This week was a pretty good one. Besides a couple of rainy days, we are starting to get some really nice spring weather. The daffodils are coming up and we hear the trees will be blooming soon. We had some good lessons with our investigators this week and were able to contact a few less-active people. We took some heart-softening cookies to some of them. No one told us that one man was blind, then his cat got outside and the whole thing was very awkward. Oh well. One lady was very comforted that we showed up when we did- her brother's death was imminent and I think she knew that it was no coincidence that we were there. We went on exchanges this week with the other Elders from our ward. The elder I was with and I taught a really spiritual Restoration lesson to a man from Africa. He was really receptive and said that he believes you should never reject someone who is sharing a message about God. The elder I was with is a nice guy. One of our investigators, Leron, came to play basketball with some of the guys from the ward on Thursday and had a lot of fun, so that was good. On Saturday we and the other elders had dinner with a lady in the ward who hasn't come to church in years. She surprised us and came on Sunday. She even stood up and bore a testimony of gratitude. She's moving to Texas soon, but she says she may look up the Church when she gets there. Overall it was a pretty good week and hopefully this one will be, too! I hope you all have a good one! Happy Easter.