This week has been super busy for my companions and I. First of all, the Area Presidency sent us a letter basically telling us that we have to take better care of the missionaries and not just send them straight to the clinic when they're not feeling well. So Sister Borg and I have been redoing the health stuff - following up with every sick missionary, writing down all their medications, etc. That has eaten up a lot of time. Also, multi-zone conferences started this week, and we had to help make the hot dogs and set other stuff up for lunch.
The past twenty four hours have been like a giant service project for Elder Cornejo and I. Yesterday, after our multi-zone meeting finished, we went to our area and painted the house of a less active member. We were there from 4 to 8:30 painting. Then this morning we got up, ate breakfast at Chilis with the other office Elders, and all of us helped a sister move. It was interesting: we had to take all the stuff from her first apartment (second floor with stairs that were about six inches by 18 inches) to the new one (fourth floor and the staircases had ceilings about 5 feet off the ground). There were numerous near-falls and hit heads haha.
It sounds like you guys are set up for a fun weekend with stake conference. Eat some Andy's afterwards in my behalf. I hope you all have a great week. Be on the lookout for opportunities to share the gospel - you may not teach a lesson or hand out a Book of Mormon, but look for ways to bring people closer to the Savior. I love you all!
I forgot to mention something great - last night I was stuck in an elevator for an hour. When we got back from painting last night, just when the elevator door was opening to our floor, Elder Castro did something and the doors malfunctioned. We were stuck inside with the door opened just enough for us to talk to Elder Vergara and Elder Gonzalez who were already in the room. When the repairman finally came and let us out we were very relieved. I'm attaching some photo evidence.