Well, here’s me, wishing all of you very, very Merry Christmases. I’m enjoying myself here in Arizona, though it’s still not quite cold enough for snow. For some reason (maybe statistics, maybe the current weather), I doubt that I’ll be having a White Christmas. Though I don’t know, the sun is just about bright enough to make everything white.

Anyway, back to the news. First off, the man next to me at the computers is (I suppose) listening to music. He keeps on undulating back and forth, and because it’s just in the corner of my eye, it’s kind of distracting.. Well, ok, it’s really distracting.

Sorry, I got off topic. This week has been pretty good. We’ve kept pretty busy, though for a couple of days my companion was rather sick, so that kind of put a damper on the work. Despite that, however, it was rather fun.

My thoughts are totally unorganized today, for no apparent reason. Anyway, we set a baptismal date last night with a man named Hector. He’s been investigating for about a year now, and he’s finally going to be baptized because his divorce has been finalized, so he can get married, which in turn means that he can get baptized. We’re pretty excited about that. He’s had a testimony for a long time, and though he always comes up with hard-to-answer questions, he knows it’s true. I’m pretty sure that he just likes giving us a hard time.

Oh, yeah… Some bad news this week… The Arizona law about the employing illegals has survived all opposing law suits. So, it’s now a sure thing that it will go into effect at the first of the year. It will be interesting to see what happens.

We also have an extremely exciting Christmas planned, with all three meals of the day being provided. Actually, two of them are with the same family, but they’re about the most awesome family ever. I think that I’ve mentioned them before, anyway. They’re going to her entire family over there, which includes one of the counselors in the General Relief Society Presidency. That should be exciting.

Anyway, other than that, there’s just quite a bit of exciting stuff going on. Mostly, though, I’m too lazy to write about all of it. Well, have an amazingly Merry Christmas!

P. S. Pray for snow, please.