Wow, for how boring your week sounded from the beginning of the letter, things seems to be pretty cool!
As for me, most of the week was actually really slow. It's that time between finishing teaching your last investigator, and trying to find new ones to teach. We've been trying the whole time, of course, but that doesn't mean that you always find them. Because of that, lessons were hard to get, and most of the less active people that we have been working with were out of town, too, so even that was hard. One of them, Dan, headed out to Washington on Wednesday, to have his mother's memorial, where they will spread her ashes. I hope that he is still doing as well as he was when we last saw him; I've got a feeling that this will be hard on him.
Other then that, yes, Kodi was baptized!! It went really well, and it was the first time that I've ever not had to do a lot of planning for a baptism I was involved in! Kodi planned almost all of it himself, and had done so even before was mentioned it to him. He had his girlfriend's dad baptize him, and his old baseball coach confirm him this Sunday. Remember, those are the High Priest Group Leader and the Elder's Quorum President, respectively, so he has a lot of Ward Council support, which is awesome. As a bit of a side note, after the baptism Kodi was doing really well, talking with everyone, and just acting normal. I called his bluff, and asked if his head had stopped spinning yet. He smiled and said no. I told him that it probably wouldn't until the following afternoon, after his confirmation, and he agreed.
Honestly, that's about it for this week. Thanks for everything!
Love and Insanity, Elder Stuver