In the beginning of the week I was on exchanges with Elder Heredia. His back has been hurting him so we went to the doctor. They gave him some shots in is back but after that they put us in a pressure chamber. It's this submarine looking capsule that fits like four people. They put us in and put some oxygen masks on us and gave us gum to chew so our hears would pop. They locked us is and turned the pressure up. Our ears popped for like 5 minutes straight. We were in there for an hour and it was super cool:)
On Friday I went on exchanges with Elder Bernal. He's a super good missionary and he helped me a lot. We had a really cool lesson with a woman named Imelda. She had already heard the missionary's before but we hadn't been able to find her up until now. She told us that the missionary's taught her for a couple of weeks but after that she had to go to Mexicali for a brain surgery. She was in the hospital for about a month and she would read the Book of Mormon everyday while she was there. After the surgery she didn't recognize anyone except for the missionary's. She's super cool and wants to get baptized. We challenged her for the 21st of November and she started crying because that's her daughters birthday.
Dulce and her two kids are also progressing really well. They've come to church the last 3 Sundays in a row and they're excited for their baptism.
This week I ponderized Matt 20:26-27 "Whosoever shall be great among you, let him be your minister; And whosoever will be chief among you, let him be your servant". Something I'm working on right now is humility. I love the C.S Lewis quote "A proud man cannot know God. A proud man is always looking down on things and people; and, of course, as long as you're looking down, you can't see something that's above you". Let's all try to be a little more humble. I love you!!!