i get emails for President Levrino down in Argentina now... kind of cool but they're all in Spanish so they take a while to read. Mondays are P-Day's here in West Virginia, and i have been assigned to Buckhannon, Weston and Frenchcreek in a Tri-companionship with Elders Woods and Thatcher. all the visa waiters are in Tri-companionships so that we can leave as soon as we get our visa's. There is only one ward for all three of those cities and only about 60 active members. This place is an old mining town. In my first week here we've been doing many different things from tracting, visiting less active's, teaching investigators, service...ect. while tracting on friday we ran into this elderly lady who seemed very interested and we set up a time to see her on wed. so im really excited for that. Its really hard to find new investigators here. Its heavy bible belt with every single church you can think of and MANY more. there's a church on every corner! It's a large area so we have a car to get around and they have these small hill valleys that people live up called hollows, but everybody pronounces it hollers (i'll send some pics). On Sunday we met with the Ward mission leader and had correlation for 2 1/2 hrs... haha thats you now! Bueno suerte!