I'm going to have a son! Yeah! President Richardson usually lets the zone leaders that are ending their missions train a new missionary. And after being a zone leader for 11 months, now it's my turn! So I'm more that excited for that! Right now I'm actully with the zone leaders of Otavalo South (the other Otavalo zone that I'm now in) because I have to go pick him upTalking about the last week though, . So I'll be with them for just a couple of days. It should be fun having a training responsibility rather than leadership responsibilites. I feel like I just took off a backpack filled with rocks haha. Other than that, I'm going to be opening a sector in the Rumiñahui ward that was closed for like 6 months I think. I'm going to be attending the same chappel but I'll just be starting sacrament meeting at . So I'll still be able to see members and missionaries for my old ward (Latino). Rumiñahui is the other ward in the stake that teaches Latinos, so Quichua won't be needed again haha oh well... My sector also is the city part of Otavalo rather than just corn fields like most of the wards in the 2 stakes. So It'll be nice to be close to things in the city. My sector might also have the Plaza de Ponchos, but I still don't know yet. President Richardson did interviews with the whole zone and with some other zones around here. While he was doing the interviews the asistants trained us on an effective way to use the scriptures, which I enjoyed a lot and learned a lot of things from. In the interview president basically just told me that it's fourth quarter now. For my last training as a ZL we trained on the baptismal invitation. But we mostly just tryed to rip the fear out of the missionaries and shared some good scriptures like Romans and 2 Timothy 1:7-8 to do it. And for the leadership meeting with the zone and district leaders we trained on the qualities of a leader and used the example of Ammon (Alma 17). I think they went well.