Being a district leader has really helped with losing myself in the work. We've set the goal of doing a prayer in group-call every night, and generally, it takes half an hour (especially if I talk to one of the compañerismos beforehand, which I usually do.) Because of this, even if I wanted to use all of my free time to dream about home or write books or something, I'd only be doing it for like ten minutes. I've found that with effort, it is in fact possible to love losing oneself in the work. It´s easier with land-bound paddleboats (zero explanation). The other day, we were walking back to the house after doing some contacting, and we passed a tiny little house. It was 8:25, but we felt that we should pass, so we did. A woman named Soledad answered and invited us to enter. Her son is a less active member, and they seemed very open to receive us. We made an appointment, invited them to church, and went home. Down to the last minute, we can let ourselves be instruments for good in God´s hands.Hasta luego! Nos vemos pronto! [Until later/See ya later! We’ll see you soon!]Elder ShefferPhotos:-Necochea (I believe this is the city where Quequen is located)-Ben in his natural habitat…climbing -Perhaps the landbound paddleboat Ben so cryptically mentioned?