On a good note, I just read my results and I dont have dengue... it sure feels like it though.
So cool stories of the week... we had transfers today and i will once again be staying in Kanasin:) I am very happy about that because we have a new investigator named Pepe that is one of the coolest guys I have ever met. It would not surprise me if he became a stake president one day. He contacted us while driving his car... in english. That is right he speaks fluent english. He even says phrases like yada yada yada and game changer.... so for the first time in my mission life I am teaching someone in my native tongue. He walked past our church and was curious and did an online questionaire to have the missionaries come to his house but it never came. And what is even crazier is that when he found us he was supposed to have been in salt lake city working. Wow miracles for the win. He also has a 3 year daughter named Sophie that he takes care of like the best father you have ever seen. She speaks fluent english as well because he has never spoken to her in spanish.... ever. The type of professor that popped the knuckles on one of his hands every day of his life, and the other hand never popped just to prove it doesnt cause arthritis... he is that type of guy.
We also saw something very strange this week... someone left a dead rooster, and pidgeon in a bag painted red as some sort of witchcraft thing in front of the chapel.... that was strange.
Anyway I love you all!