So here´s the deal: Today is Pday. Elder Davalos and I at last had some time to go see if we could find some Mexican food here. This morning I was was more excited than Siera at Hogwarts :) We took an hour long busride downtown and arrived at Tijuana, a Mexican restaurant that the members told us about. We ordered burritos and by the time they arrived I was frantic. It turns out that Mexican food isn´t exactly the same here... It was pretty sad. We left the restaurant and my companion knew exactly what to say: Let´s get Peruvian food! (He´s from Peru) My spirits lifted and we set out. After about a half hour we found authentic Peruvian food it was great! I also met an Argentine that was working downtown and had a Kearns High Tennis sweatshirt on. I almost wet myself I was so excited! It turns out that he is from Argentina, but lived the first 20 years of his life accross the street from Kearns High. He spoke to me in normal Utah English :D It was probably the most bizarre thing I´ve ever seen.The work has been going well this week. The investigators that we have that are most interested in the Church all seem to have big obstacles between them and baptism. We´re not the only ones trying to win their souls. We have been looking like crazy for more people to teach as well. After a week of knocking on doors and clapping (That´s a thing here) we found one family during the last proselyting hour of the week. What a miracle! I know that the Lord watches over us. This week I have been able to feel more love every day and it is really exciting! The lessons are becoming more powerful. We were able to testify of the Book of Mormon many times. It is true. Every time I read it I feel more of the Spirit. Read the Book of Mormon. Read it again. Read it every day. I love you guys. Ciao!