This week has felt like a year has gone by in between the 2 weeks, like I realize that it is only 2 weeks but it just feels that way, especially with everything that has happened with the new missionary coming in. So his name is Elder Christensen, he's from Hurricane Utah, and he's 19, amd he's my new missionary for the next 9 weeks. We wound up not going to Prague to pick him up in the mission office so they just sent him in my train and car and when they were announcing who was going and where, they called us and put us on speaker phone and did it so we never had even seen him, we just knew his name and that he was going to come in that day haha. He wound up coming in at 10:35 at night so we stayed up late to pick up our new friend. He's fun and definitely has that "just out of the MTC" fire, and we're working with him on his language and he's going to be a pro. Elder Guymon is getting sad about leaving because he doesn't have a lot of time left, only about 2 more P-Days before he leaves and he's sad about it. Kind of funny about bringing in the new while saying goodbye to the old I suppose, I have a few pictures that you'll probably want to see, they're rather funny at the meeting in Prague that they sent to us. He comes in and every other trainer tells him about how they have all heard of Elder Guymon but none except Elder Barber and Fredrickson knew me. I don't really know of any of the Elders that are serving in the Czech either, but that will change when we have the Christmas concert this month on the 23rd. Everyone is going to Prague and it will be fun. We already bought our tickets for it. It's really expensive and we have to go to Brno this week, so... I'm probably going to run out of money, I will probably need some more money in my account to use for a bit until I can pay myself back.Anyway, this week was kind of slow we didn't have a very successful week and we tried really hard but we just could not get anything going. It was rather hectic. We started out well and we did some amazing work and saw some awesome miracles of course but we just had a tough week in general. But we shalt not give up and we will continue to strive to do our best and continue to find people so we can thrive at Christmas! And we shall! Well, it's exciting to hear that everyone will be at home for Christmas. I'm sure ya'll will love to see the grandkids, I can't believe I'm missing all of it but at the same time I'm stoked to be able to serve in Kosice for Christmas. Just everything that has already happened here and all the people that just become so much more happy and things like that. It's wonderful to see the change in people during the holidays. I don't really know why but this is always the best time of the year even if I'm not home, it's still my favorite time of the year.