Wow I think this week was one of the busiest weeks I have had since I came out on the mission. We had two meetings with President Ruiz and the stake presidents of Stake Chuburna and Stake Itzimna, a mission leadership conference, and my companion Elder Roa and I were in charge of the stake ward mission leader training last night! The week honestly went by very fast, and we are tired but its good to always be anxiously engaged in a good cause:)On Tuesday I turned 17 months in the mission and it keeps going by very quickly. We had an interesting learning experience that day and it happened for not listening to the spirit. We taught a young man that is 16 years old and that we had contacted the week before. He is really great, understands very well, is anxious to learn, and we were getting along great and teaching the message of the restoration, and we were in the living room of his house with the door open... his parents are divorced and he lives with his mom who is constantly working. His dad shows up at the end of the lesson and was not very happy to see us at his home.... even though this young man invited us in to the living room what we should have done was stay in front of the front door and teach there to not disrepect the father of the home (even though he doesnt live there)... it was something that both my companion felt before beginning to teach, and as strong as the spirit was during the lesson, just as strong was the contention that was felt when the dad showed up.... it ended okay and we put another appointment but it would have been more ideal if we had listened to the council of Elder Rasband and followed the first impression. That night we had our Alineacion de llaves meeting with stake president Soliz and President Ruiz, and we talked about how we can work better in the stake of Itzimna. It is a very rich stake but it also has lots of pueblitos that are easier to progress so we want to focus the missionaries of the zone in visiting other pueblitos too. President Soliz wants to use visits with retired members a lot, and his phrase of the night was "no hay jubilados para el Señor".