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October 21, 2013
Due to negative client feedback, all sentences will be non-fragmentary even for artistic reasons. This week in church, we had unprecedented attendence by members (probably because of the Primary program), but zero investigators. That was sad. But we are still happy and excited to keep working. Next week we will have investigators with us at our ward conference. The weather has been unpredictable and changeable, but we're all okay. It's a good thing my raincoat folds up and fits inside my bag. Actually, I haven't worn my raincoat at all this week, but it's still nice to have. Everything's peaceful. I will write again next week.
Elder Bryan Hall
posted at: 21:19 |

October 14, 2013
Good week. Hot. Sunny. Not many investigators at church. But we had some good lessons. Made some progress with some investigators. Looking for new opportunities to teach and working on finding new investigators. Unfortunately the baptism we had planned for this week couldn't go through, but we'll see other baptisms in future weeks. Todo está tranquilo. I love you all, and I'll write you again next week.
Elder Bryan Hall
posted at: 21:18 |

October 7, 2013
It was a good week for us; we were able to teach a lot of lessons and find some promising new investigators. Conference was also an excellent opportunity for us (even if conference in Spanish leaves something to be desired). We have more investigators progressing towards baptism than at any other time in my mission. This last week has been really hot, but we woke up today to cloudy and cool with a stiff wind. One of my pairs of shoes has been falling to pieces for the last couple weeks (it has multiple holes in the soles), so I sent it to be resoled today (I've heard stories about soles made from airplane tires that they use here, but the cobbler says he can't put those soles on these shoes. But he has a pair of "industrial soles" that are for PeMex boots that he assures me will last forever too, so I'll wait to put airplane tires on my other shoes if they need it). I realized just now that I forgot to take a picture of the holes, so I won't be able to show you what it looked like, but it definitely needed something. My other shoes are looking fine, though. Hope that all of you have a good week.
Elder Bryan Hall
posted at: 21:17 |

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