Family and friends! How is everyone doing this week? Things are going well here for me. So last week I figured out that we need to move pisos. They told us last Monday and said we have to be out by the 9th of November, giving us two weeks to find a new piso, fix ours up, and move. So this past week we spent a lot of time finding a new piso. We have it narrowed down to two and just have to decide between those two now. So yeah. We wasted a lot of time with Pisos though and weren´t able to teach as much as we normally do. This next week will hopefully be better. Next week also I will write and tell all of you what the new address is. As for now, don´t send any letter to the piso on C/ Amalia Soler, because I will probably be gone by the time it gets there. Anything that´s already been sent I´ll hopefully get before leaving, but don´t send anything else. So yeah. Our Piso apparently was the worse piso in the mission. I don´t think it´s that bad, but the leaders do, so that´s why we have to move. Both of the pisos we´re looking at are a ton nicer than our current piso. They´re also cheaper too because of the economic crisis and all, so that should help save the church a little bit of money, and put us in a nicer piso. We did still get to teach Roberto twice this past week. We´re helping him progress, but he doesn´t always seem to have the excitement we wish he had. We still have two weeks though, so I´m pretty sure we can get him some excitement and get him baptized still. We´re going to teach him the Law of Chastity today, so hopefully that goes well. He´s only 14, so you´d think he´d be just fine, but here in Spain he very well could have a problem with it. His friend that´s a member, Josué, told us that he was a little concerned with it, so hopefully we can teach it really well today and get him to be perfectly okay with living it. Claus, interesting story with her. We were told by her friend that´s a member, well, she´s friends with Claus´ mom, that she wasn´t interested anymore because she didn´t have time. We didn´t want to just give up on her though so we passed by a few times to try and talk with her in person. One time we got a hold of her and she said she´d love to still visit with us, but she doesn´t have a lot of time since she´s studying for some big medical exam, she´s a doctor, but hasn´t taken the big test yet. So we are now down to just visiting her once a week. We´ll see what happens with that. So yeah, everything is going well with all of that. We also found a new investigator. Her name is Carolita. We taught her once and invited her to church. She wasn´t able to come to church, but we have a cita for this week, so hopefully we can get her interested too. She´s only 16 or 17. We´re focusing a lot on youth it seems, well, we´re really teaching whoever is ready to hear the gospel, and right now in Vilafranca it looks like it´s the youth. This next week we have a lot of potential. We met a bunch of people that we set up citas with for this next week, so I just hope everything works out and we can get in and teach all of them and help them all to realize the importance of the gospel and of being baptized and following the gospel of Jesus Christ. Well, I can´t think of much more to say, but have a fantastic week everyone! ¡Chao!
-Elder Sommerfeldt Oh, I almost forgot, we had some members take us to a really nice chinese all you can eat restaurant this past week. It was like 15 euros a plate... I felt kind of bad, but they took us and I decided to try some new food so that I could write home about it, so I ate rana! Which is frog! I ate the legs. It was pretty grose, I could see everything just like it was a frog. It didn´t taste that bad, but just the fact that it was a frog was grose. Anyways, that´s that. Oh, I also ate shrimp yesterday with some members at their house. It was grose because I had to pull off the head, then rip off all the legs and the tail, then take off the skin... Not so pleasant. Anyways, that´s that. ¡Chao!