This morning we got the text and I am the only one from our Zone that is getting transferred! I'm sure I will probably be on my bike down in the valley but it is winter so I am just fine with that haha. I'll let you guys know where I end up next week! Anyways, this week has been great! It has been super busy! On Tuesday I went on another exchange with a missionary that is going home at the end of December. We are different people and we worked together well but by the end of the day I was ready to change back. It was a good day though and I had a lot more opportunities to lead discussions and take control which was great! On Wednesday we taught some of our investigators and they are progressing really well. Chris Whitaker is doing well and he is trying to get his Sunday's off so that he can get to church! Caleb Moon had a great lesson. We taught some of the Articles of Faith and it was great. It's nice to have his friends be so involved in the church because they help him when he has any questions. Neva McKnight is doing well! We went over the baptismal interview questions with her and she is having her interview next Sunday! It stinks that I have to leave and that I won't be able to see Neva, Caleb and Chris be baptized but I'm glad I was able to be a part of the process! I had a great lesson with Sister Franko (her son is a senior and got baptized 8 months ago so we relate really well). She was baptized a while ago but somebody told her something dumb and now she is finding her faith again. I told her how to find the truth and she knows it's all true she just doesn't want to act on it quite yet but she has come to church for the first time in ten years, twice in the past three weeks! Then on Thursday we had Zone Meeting and Zone Conference with the Prescott Zone. We did a lot of Zone Goals and such. But then with practice teaching I was teaching with President Juchau who is in the Mission Presidency. I figured it would be good to have that pressure and get his insight after and it turned out really well! Then on Friday we went down to the valley for a trainer/trainee meeting which was pretty good. Again I ended up with President Juchau haha. But after the meeting we had a great lesson with Jan Hilton who hasn't been willing to meet with us since I have been here. She was asking a lot of questions and it was good because we had Bishop Legler there with us to help resolve her concerns. Friday was great we just went out to meet with a lot of families and we are getting member missionary work going better in the area so hopefully that helps the work! Saturday was incredible. We had to be down to Sunrise Mountain High School by 12 to practice for the Cultural Celebration. It was awesome to be there with 4,300 youth and all of the APM missionaries! We got to know other missionaries well and the kids and parents thought we were celebrities haha. We would stand there and come off the field and people still loved it. I don't get it haha. But it was great taking pictures with the youth from our wards and being able to be a part of the whole experience. President Monson, President Uchtdorf and Elder Oaks and Elder Robbins who just spoke in conference were all there. It was super quite when they got there and he whole event was really spiritual. Of course all the moms and sister missionaries were bawling haha. We didn't get back here until about 11 at night so we were all wiped out! On Sunday was the Temple Dedication which was awesome. It was cool to see something so sacred yet the Prophet and other General Authorities still showed personality and they were joking around. It was awesome and I have some cool souvenirs that we needed as part of the celebration and dedication! Yesterday was a "Working Monday" and I had a great experience, a man named Bobby who we had stopped by before was home so we decided to stop by again even though last time he wasn't in a great mood that we came over. He has had a rough outing since his teenage years and he is finally deciding to take a different path. He has been in gangs and doing all kinds of things to get into trouble and now he is turning his life around and starting a family. He told us he has started praying and God has given him the strength to endure each day. He also had a makeshift bike shop in his shed behind his house. And he said he would fix my bike for free! He is doing that right now! It's amazing to see how people can change in such a short time. I wish I was going to be able to teach him but he will be left in good hands with Unasa and whoever comes here! Things have been great in PV! I can't believe I am already done with training! I hope all is well back home! I love you guys! Have a good week! Tevin.