Not too much happened this week. It was actually a really slow week. But we did have General Conference and that was fantastic and greatly needed. Zach was baptized yesterday and it was a great event. His mom was crying right after his dad baptized him. It's been such an awesome experience to work with that family. Tanner talked at the baptism about how much better their house has felt and how much better they've gotten along as a family since he got baptized and his family started coming back to church. So it was great to be a part of that. On Friday we went to the mission office to turn in some driving records and President Loveland asked us to take a truck up to Joplin which is like an hour north of us. So I got to drive in a truck while my companion drove our car behind me. It was a nice time to be alone for once. Really the only other semi-interesting thing that happened was that we helped the Sugar Creek Elders do some service. We went to this one lady's house who had to move out or something. Anyways, the place was the most disgusting place I've ever been in, and I've been in some disgusting houses on my mission let me tell ya... All we did was move some heavy stuff and then fill up some black trash bags with books that they were going to take to the library. This lady had literally thousands of books. So yeah that's about all.