Ya'at'eeh! So, Have you ever had one of those weeks where you're just like "Hey world! I'm ready to work hard!" and then life is like, "MuaHaha! That's what you think!" and then bites your companion in the leg? Well that sums up this week so.. anything I type after this is just for fun haha. So on Monday we went hiking. Tuesday we met with the woman that we gave a blessing for her stroke. We gave her a "Finding Faith in Christ" DVD and she has already watched it 4 times! And we also had a family home evening with our first counselor and his family. He gave a really good lesson from the Ensign about Jesus Christ being our anchor and we all read Helaman 5:12. After we had the lesson we all made paper boats and gave them anchors made of string and rocks, and put them in a bucket of water. Wednesday we went exploring out by Black Mesa. We found a Less active member whose kids go to the Chinle ward. She lives in the middle of nowhere basically so it was awesome driving around looking for new people. I have one the best most unique missions in the whole world and every other missionary should be jealous! That day we also found a road that follows the side of Black Mesa in Rough Rock with shear cliffs of to the side of the road. Pretty scary (picture included.) Thursday we went tracing with a member for an hour and everyone we knocked into knew the member, so that was funny. We had dinner with the coolest 74 year old Lady or "Shima" (What we call her in Navajo) and her son. She is an active member in the ward and can cook Fry Bread like no one else can here on the Rez! Good stuff :) Friday we were doing really good, had met 6 or 7 new people and then all of a sudden... Dogs! We were bringing in wood for one of our investigators and one of their dogs bit Elder Sorensen. He is lucky that he was lifting up his foot to take a step because instead of it biting his ankle it bit into his shoe. The dogs teeth went through his dress shoe and into the heel of his foot, leaving a scrape that was deep enough to bleed. Elder Sorensen taught that dog a lesson though because right after it released his shoe he kicked backwards as hard as he could and nailed the dog in the FACE! It ran away after that. We drove home and he cleaned out the cut quickly and we called Sister Batt the Mission Presidents wife and tried to tell her what had happened. We left Saturday to Farmington to the urgent care so that the bite could be checked for infection. It was not infected and they told him he is lucky. Our Truck had a leak in one of our tires so we drove to Farmington on our spare. By the time we got out of the urgent care it was too late to get the tire fixed so the vehicle coordinator gave us another truck. We stayed the night in Farmington with the Assistants to the President so that was cool! They do a ton for the Mission President and have their own assigned area too its cool to see that they have time to teach as well. They are really great missionaries too! Sunday Morning we drove back to Many Farms and went to church here. Everything worked out and it was almost fun haha. Definitely an interesting week but none the less great! Thank you for your emails and letters this week. Talk to you next Monday!