All the hard work pays off, it is crazy how the days pass bye. This Saturday we have 2 Baptisms. Joice and her mom, Nataly. I first got to now this family about 5 transfers ago, and now they are getting baptized. Joice´s cousin would be getting baptized also, but he fell in the shower about a week ago and yesterday he went to the doctor and they put a big fat cast on his leg. He passed the interview and all but we will have to postpone it 3 weeks until he can submerge it. They have had to go through a huge change, and it has been a real challenge, but now they are going to church, and say they are ready to take this important step and become members. It can be hard for Nataly, her mom in an old stubborn evangelical woman and she is not married. Her boyfriend went sunday for the first time. I am excited for their baptism and hope they have the determination to endure to the end. There is also a baptism thrusday, but from a member family, an 8 year old girl. On sunday the santibanes family went, they havent been in a long time, and I hope we can help them continue attending. Other that that, we just keep pushing forward, some people are progressing more than others. This is the last week and a half of Elder Klappenbach in the mission, then I will recieve a new companion. Maybe he will meet up with Jeremy there in Argentina. Summer Break is ending and the schools are starting up again. Families are returning to Santiago and finishing their vacations. I love to hear from you, see you for thanksgiving. Love, Elder Justin Chandler.