We did have a good week. We're continuing to get a lot of teaching opportunities as we taught 23 total lessons this week with 5 more new investigators. We were disappointed that despite that, only 2 investigators came to church. However, both of those investigators are very close to baptism. One of them, named Rory, is on parole for the next 18 months, so we orignally thought he couldn't be baptized until then, but President Lindley called us last week and said he would personally interview him and determine if he was worthy to be baptized. If he is worthy, he could very likely be baptized in two Saturdays. He's changed his life around since coming out of prison and really has nothing in life but his sense of humor and growing testimony. The other, named Sharlene, is married to a less-active member who we are helping reactivate. We went and saw her for the first time on Saturday and the first question she asked us was "Do you think I should be baptized?" I think you know how we responded to that. She is scheduled to be baptized on the 17th of March and she already has discovered a spiritual witness to the Book of Mormon and Joseph Smith. Basically, we watched the Resoration DVD in the first appointment, and when we asked her how she felt about it, she said she felt like it really happened, and when she came to church the next day, she told us she had read the Testimony of Joseph Smith and knew from God that it is true. So we're thrilled about that. Another member we helped reactivate has just been called onto the Elder Quorum Presidency. Of course, our focus is on investigators, but its' really great to see even life-long members' faith strengthened through out efforts. We had a really fun zone P-day today. We went across the river to North Shields and went to a secluded but beautiful sandy beach. I was surprised to find such a nice beach on the northern coast of England. Obviously, we couldn't swim, but we played some beach sports and played on the rocks for a while. We found some crabs in the little pools of water inbetween the rocks. Then we all crammed into Subway and ate lunch there. It didn't help that a load of school kids were coming in to get their lunch there at the exact same time. Then we went to go minigolfing at this course where dinosaur statues spit water at you when you get the ball through certain holes. Sometimes I waited until one of the missionaries got right in front of the sprayer to take their put and then put my golf club through the hole to spray them. It was fun. The weather today made it even more fun-- 13 degrees C and drizzling all day. Definitely the most fun P-day I've had so far. I really like this part of the country.