Well good news I stayed Valle Sanchez, so i was able to be there for Sabina's baptism. I was so happy i didn't get transferred and it'll be the first time in almost 9 months that I'm staying with my same comp too. It was probably one of the best baptismal services i been in. There was a bunch of support from the members and there were a few investigators too. The best part though is that her husband went. He was just going to drop us all off but we convinced him to come and see the chapel and all that. His name is Nestor, in all my time here he has never once talked to us other than to say hi, he basically hates us but i feel like little by little he too is going to open up. But Sabina shared her testimony afterwords and she said that the Gospel has changed her life and that in these 2-3 months that she known and heard the missionaries she has been happier than ever. Its amazing to see how the Gospel is changing her family. Her other kids are going to church too and they too want to get baptized.
Enrique`s brother, Armando, went to the baptism too. He really liked it and is pretty set on getting baptized. The only problem is that he is kind of lazy to go to church. He told us that he was going to be there yesterday but didn't go, we had the date set for this Saturday but he has to go to church one more time. I'm pretty sure next week he will get baptized. Something cool about Enrique is that he told us he wanted to go on a mission. We told him about it and he seems excited, he told us that he would go after he finishes school and all that but he is super excited, Armando was also asking us about it.
Other than that this week was pretty chill, we are trying to look for more investigators and we've been contacting with any extra time we have. Its a goal in the mission to find 20 new investigators every week and they emphasize finding a lot so its been a lot of knocking on doors haha. I love you all, hope you all have a sick week.