Transfers came and went yesterday. I have a new companion, Elder Davalos! He is from Peru. He´s 26 years young, and has been in the mission for 16 months. In other words, he´s like an older brother haha. We were able to meet members and teach lessons yesterday, and he is a really good teacher. I´m going to learn a ton from him! This last week has been pretty crazy. With the transfers coming up, Elder Palacios and I were teaching like crazy. I had a very bizarre, very Argentine experience while we were teaching the Perez family about tithing. They live in a little neighborhood about a mile outside of the city. The area is extremely poor. We were about to start the lesson when we heard that a pig jumped some fence, and Brother Perez left to help put it back. We were talking and waiting to start the lesson for about 20 minutes, and all of the sudden a huge pig blasted the door open and ran into the house. It had to have been 3 feet high at the back. It was HUGE! I jumped up in the air and pulled one of the crying kids behind the table. Meanwhile, Elder Palacios was turning around to see what was going on. The poor guy had his back to the door, and had only seen all of us panicking as the door opened. He shooed the pig out with a broom and after laughing for a long time we were able to teach the lesson. I had fun writing that one in my journal :) Well, we´ll see what kind of craziness follows this week. I love you guys. The Church is true. If it wasn´t, I wouldn´t spend two years of my life fleeing pigs and speaking in Spanish. It is TRUE! Have a great week!