Hello everyone! So, sorry, I'll have to keep this email a little short, my bad! But in my defense, we have a train to Liège to catch in 40 minutes. So, this past week, we did exchanges with Lilli and Villeneuved'ascq. I stayed here in Bruxelles with Soeur Covington and then Soeur Soeur Hafen (mom and dad, her dad's side of the family is from Santa Clara! I can't remember their names, but she's from Michigan). They are both wonderful. Haha, Soeur Hafen has only been in the field for a week, so everything was still pretty new to her. We had a crazy man try to talk to us. I think he thought we were from another religion. Anyway, he told us we were of the devil. I told him to have a nice day, and he said, "Don't you want to talk about religion?" "Not with you" was my reply. We finally told him we had somewhere to go, and he said "Ok, we'll talk next time." Sounds like a plan... Aside from that, we've been having a somewhat normal week. We had a sister from Nivelles, Soeur Carré, who's 16 and wants to go on a mission, come up and work with us. She's awesome! She had such a great time, she's going to see if she can come up again in a few weeks for another day. Maria and Filipe are doing wonderful. Filipe has promised us that he would pray about Joseph Smith and about being baptized on Dec 7. In Priesthood last week, they talked about anointing oil, and gave all the men a little key-ring container. Filipe was a little confused about it, but was proud to show us that he had put it on his keyring. Last night we simply explained that he has to have the priesthood to use it, but that for right now it can symbolize purity and a desire to follow the Holy Ghost. I love them so much. Well, I've got to go. The church is true! I read "Waiting on the Road to Damascus" yesterday. It helped me realize that life isn't just about waiting for grand miracles, it's just about having faith, one day at a time.