What is up everyone?! I hope you all had an excellent week, the weather here in Waverly is awesome right now! I never thought I'd actually say those words but it's true. Iowa in late April is the place to be it is the bomb! It's a great feeling when you go out to tract and your first inclination when you step outside isn't to roll over and die. Missionary work this week was pretty hard. We went to go have dinner and teach a lesson to our most promising investigator Sarah, but when we got there her grandma informed us she that she had relapsed and overdosed on methamphetamine. She's in the hospital now and will most likely be in rehab for the foreseeable future. That was pretty hard for us to swallow, it is always sad to see the consequences that come with drugs and unfortunately Iowa has a big problem in that respect.We have been working with this couple named De'angelo and Amy, De'angelo is straight outta the hood. He moved to Iowa from Chicago cause some of his friends got killed in gang stuff. He's got some insane stories. But we have met with them a few times and he is a talker and it's hard to get a word in. But we gave him and his wife a Book of Mormon and he promised to read so hopefully he comes through. He really wanted to come to Church but was unable to because of work so that was a bummer but he's got potential. This past week we did a lot of work with less active members and that was very rewarding. Awhile ago we went and gave a blessing to a guy in the branch named Vic, he played football for Oklahoma and played in the NFl. He's a really nice guy and hasn't been coming to church for a while. But he called us because he had been going through a bunch of health problems and had to go in for surgery and wanted a blessing. It was awesome to be able to give him a blessing and feel God's love for him. And yesterday he brought his whole family to Church! It was great to see him taking those steps back into activity.