Neither one of our baptisms happened yesterday, but they should still work out eventually. The Viet zone has a problem in that a lot of our investigators don't have legal documentation of their existence let alone their legal residence in Cambodia, but because we believe in living the law of the land, they have to take care of that before baptism. Hopefully some paperwork will arrive from Vietnam today...
It rained several times this week and we've biked through two decent floods (once it's deeper than half the diameter of my bicycle wheel, I consider it notable). The second one was my favorite. The water was above my knees, and I got wet almost up to my waist trying to not fall over in the wake of trucks plowing through the flood. It's kind of weird taking water currents into consideration while biking down the street, but it's fun and it reminds me of my job in college as a whitewater rafting guide - except now I'm navigating through floating coconuts, I get palm fronds caught in my pedals, and the water is much dirtier (it's full of all sorts of dirt, grime, oil, and junk, and it burns if it stays on your skin too long; we shower ASAP upon arriving home).
Overall, things are still working out well, just more slowly than we had hoped, and I am having a blast with all the rain! (And it isn't even the rainy season yet!) Seriously, this is the best mission ever!