What a week! evening, we had C.'s baptismal interview and she passed with flying colors. We had zone conference , which was fun. It was different because it was the last zone conference that we will have with President and Sister Nilsen. It was nice to see some of the missionaries that were there. We talked to C. later that day and also taught Nancy about commandments to help her get ready for he baptismal interview. We had a lot of good lessons this week, especially with C. night, N. passed her baptismal interview. She was very excited. morning, we went to a "prospective missionary transfer meeting" to pick up our "mini missionary." (We are supposed to call them "prospective missionaries" but no one does.) The missionary we have with us for the week is named Brother Crandall. he is from here in central Ohio and is 17 years old. He is a really great fellow. He gets to spend the entire week with us looking like and acting like a full-time missionary. It's pretty cool. After drving for a long time to drop off a bike in Pickerington, we started to get ready for C.'s and N.'s baptisms. They both went well. C. was so happy. I got to play sweet hour of prayer on the violin for the service and it made her cry. She had told us it was her father's favorite hymn. We had C.'s confirmation . It was amazing. N.'s baptismal service was afer C.'s. Her grandpa from Utah baptized her and afterwards confirmed her, since they were planning to leave for Utah before church on Sunday. She was really happy, too. I'm glad I had the opportunity to be a part of both baptisms. We locked in a lot of people to come to church and only had two, but it was okay. was Elder Blalock's birthday, so we got to have dessert with a couple of families. Today we had a zone fun day with all the missionaries and mini missionaries in our zone (32 people!) We had lunch and spray-painted t-shirts and played ultimate frisbee. It was pretty fun. Elder Blalock just found out that he has his visa, so he'll be leaving at the end of the transfer. Weird. Well, I hope everyone has a blessed week!