This gives you an idea of where Lugo is.
I really had a lot more planned for this email, but we're really running out of time. . Two stories. First is of K**** who knocked on the door of the church while we were in another lesson this week. She was looking for a church to attend, and felt strongly that this was it. She's from Brasil and she has a cute little girl who turns eight in December. In one lesson she was telling us that she has something like 12 siblings and almost everyone is a different religion, although her brother is LDS. She felt so confused about why there were so many churches in the world, and wanted to know which was the true church. She felt an impression to get up and start walking one day. She walked until she felt this force bring her to our chapel where she found us. She likes the Book of Mormon, and is starting to develop a testimony. She's really friendly, and she's started to make friends at church activities. Everyone loves her. We feel really strongly that she'll get baptized. Our piso is finally getting sorted out. The landlady, who is an angel, got the place professionally cleaned this week. While she was getting it cleaned, she let us eat lunch in her house, showed us her house and pictures of her son, and sent us off with a bag of fruit from her house in the country. She and her husband, J***, are super nice. Her husband is Gallego, and sometimes he shuffles around muttering in Gallego. They were in our house fixing something, and he started yammering to us in Gallego. She just responded: "Honey, they don't understand you. You're talking in Gallego again." There is more to report, but It'll have to wait. Lots of love, Kathleen
This week's district meeting. We didn't want to spend 44 euro and 4 hours to travel to Santiago, so we skyped.