Dear family and friends,This week was an amazing week to be a missionary. I love looking back and seeing the importance of pushing through the hard times or weeks then see the miracles and blessings in abundance after the trial. One of our investigators, Leo, has been an investigator my entire time here in Barrio 8. We've really struggled with a few things in his teachings. Tuesday we were teaching him and a lady from barrio 6 walked by us - only because she had something bothering her in her eye so she was going to use the bathroom in the church before going in to the temple. She saw us, knows Leo as well, and thought 'do I stay and help or go fix my eye?'. She stayed. And was a huge help. After we talked about what we each felt we could do to help Leo, and we were all on the same page. I love the Spirit. She also had some references of people in our area to pass by. Later that day we had time so we passed by one family. We didn't know a whole lot, just they had been to English class a long time ago. We had to take the bus pretty far, took awhile to find, the light in the building wasn't working and was a little sketch, but we made it. Turns out the grandma of these kids is a member of our ward. The kids are 8,10, and 11 and precious. They just wanted to read the Book of Mormon even though they knew nothing. So we explained it and read some and gave them each a copy. A few days later we went back and they had read quite a bit. They had a friend over and we're sharing everything they had learned with her. One of the girls said, "if you want to know if the book is true, you have to read from right HERE. the beginning". I love teaching kids, they have lots of faith and just say what they think.We also met with our investigator Jonathan. He has no religious background so the teaching has been little by little. He didn't know much about Jesus at all, never heard words like atonement, faith, baptism. I've loved teaching him though because he has real desire to learn and know. This week he accepted to be baptized. January 9th. Seems forever away. Next year. But will come fast and is perfect for him. Gerbert also accepted to be baptized the 19th of December. We had a few investigators and some of the less actives we've been working with at church yesterday and it made my day. It's been a great, busy week full of miracles. These were just some highlights. I'm so grateful to be a missionary and be a really small part of the Lord's work.Love you all! Hope it's been a great week!Love,Hermana BinghamI met Hermana Koivisto this week. She knew me because my blog is her mom's favorite. Haha. So this photo is for Hermana Koivisto's mom. :) We went to Parque Europa today. There's a bunch of mini versions of famous places around Europe. The truth is I enjoyed the beautiful green grass, trees, and nature probably more than the sites. But it was cool.No I don't really get to knock on dramatic doors like this.We made it to Paris!