Okay so about this week. We worked really really hard. Isabel and Oliver have finished all the lessons and now they accompany us to teach other investigators. They`re both getting baptized the 27th, two days after I talk to you guys. They`re both really excited. We taught an amazing lesson to the inactive family of the missionary that left from our ward to Paraguay a few months ago. Before he left he told us to work on his family and try to get his parents to arrive at the temple and get sealed. Elder Figueroa`s family is inactive too and he bore his testimony to them, and told them that if they don`t want their son to suffer on his mission, they need to go to church. And they came to church yesterday! For the first time in years. There`s also a family in our ward with 9 children, and all of them are members except one daughter, and a while ago she would avoid us and didn`t want to listen to us, but then she fell from the 3rd story of her house, and now she`s bedridden for the next 4 months and we come by to visit her every day and we teach her and she actually listens to us now and she wants to get baptized. It probably wont be while I`m still here in Caja de Agua, but I`m still really excited for her. We reactivated a family this week too! They`re a really beautiful family and they are now preparing to enter the temple! It`s a lot better when the goal for the people we teach is the temple instead of just baptism or reactivation. We have a lot of investigators that are progressing very well but none of them were able to attend church yesterday. That was the first time in my mission that I didn`t have any investigators attend church. So in Gospel principles the only two people we had in the class were Hno. Jesùs and Hna. Salomè. Hna. Salomè is a recent convert and is 87 years old, and has been my substitute grandma for the past 5 months. She can`t hear very well but she loves to talk about Jesus Christ. Her daughter is a recent convert too and so is all of her daughter`s family. I`m excited for this next week and I hope you all are doing great and that you have a great week!