Hey everybody!Thank you so much for the letters you write! You are all super awesome. It sounds like there are a bunch of exciting things going on back home. I loved the pics of all of the nephews. Karli and Nate have some super cute kids! What is the deal with Conner? San Francisco, Texas, and New York. Quite the traveler huh? That is so cool and I am excited for all of the adventures that everybody is on right now.
So we kept going forward with our plans, and when we took President to the airport on Thursday we told him about her and her baptism. Well, he wanted to come with his wife and family so we were really excited and nervous haha. As the week moved on I could once again feel that she was getting a little closed off and I was a little nervous. And sure enough we got a text Friday night that she no longer wanted to be baptized. So we woke up early on Saturday morning to see what was going on. We had to have one of President's children across San Jose taking the ACT at 9 so we were up pretty early. When we passed by her house she was very down and wanted nothing to do with us. It broke my heart. We testified as much as we could before we had to leave and told her that she needed to pray, and that we would be back at 3 to see if she felt different (the baptism was scheduled for 6). So we did all of the tasks of the day including picking President up from the airport that afternoon. He asked us about our baptism and he could see that we were a little down. After telling him and Sister Wilkinson what happened, Sister Wilkinson said that they would do a family prayer that our baptism could go through when they got home. So, we dropped them off at the house and went quickly to Noelia´s house. When we arrived she was beaming. It was the strangest thing. We asked her how she felt, and she said that she was getting baptized that day. She had changed 180 degrees, all through prayer. She prayed, President's family prayed, and we prayed a lot. We were so excited and got everything ready to go as fast as possible. That night she was baptized and the next day confirmed a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. After her baptism she told us how happy she felt, and everyone at the service could feel her happiness as well.