This week was a little sad because all my fellow Latino Elders were sent into the field. I had grown so close to them that when they had to leave it was very sad. I credit all the spanish i have learned to them. They have taught me more than any teacher can. We got a whole bunch of new elders and sisters this week. This batch of Latinos are all from El Salvador. I Love these ones just as much but they talk so much faster. The elders from El salvador are so funny. They teach me all the things i need to do and say and I teach them how to say it in English. One of my new favorite elders, Elder Martinez from Santa Ana, El Salvador. I was talking to him one night and we were talking about familieis and he said his mom is not a member. I instantly had the impression to promise him i will tach her. He instantly started tearing up and i took him into my room and he wrote down his address and everything. I told him i would do everything i can to help his family. Now everytime i see him when i am studying he always says prepare hard for my mom. I needed this. I have a bunch of goals but this one means alot more. Talking about my goals, one of my goals now is to finish the BoM in spanish. I am half way and i need to read 23 pages a day to finish by the time i go into the field. That gives me 16 days. I love it here and i rarely get discouraged. In the Provo Mtc it was a little different. Everything was too organized and we werent really missionaries. Here in this CCM we have the freedom to choose the right, to contact people anytime we are outside. Our lessons with Estuardo are going great. It is kind of hard to get discussions with him. His job is very hard here and he doesnt have that much time.