This is another one of our teachers. He has a twin brother. He said they were always referred to as the bark and the bite. He was the bark. He told us people were always mispronouncing his name so we would do it once in a while just to tease him. He taught us in the afternoon. We were so lucky to have teachers we really enjoyed. They knew so much and never made us feel inadequate because we weren't able to learn all they had to teach us. I think senior missionaries might be very challenging, but our teachers always had such a great attitude with us. He helped us prepare for our second teaching experience on Thursday. This time we had an older woman. Once again we were so lucky. We had a lesson already prepared but she started out asking us questions. In a way it was a little harder because we had to do it a little impromptu. But she was so sweet. I was talking to her about the restoration and why God would give such an important responsibility to such a young boy. She started getting a little teary-eyed while I was talking so of course, those of you who know me, that didn't help me one bit. ( you try reading the account of Joseph Smith seeing God the Father and Jesus Christ- without crying) Anyway afterwards she was so nice to us. She said " even though we were just pretending, I could really feel the spirit." She said " you sisters are going to be great missionaries" That was really nice to hear. People here are sooooooo nice to us.