In other news, Chi Thuy wants to be baptized! Yay! Em Bich and her whole family went back to Vietnam and we don't know if they'll be in the Ho Chi Minh City or not so they may not be able to go to church! Argh! Em Bich is awesome. She spent her last three days here going pretty much everywhere with the sister missionaries because she was sad about leaving and wanted to help us teach while she had the chance. Also, I spoke in Sacrament meeting (not yesterday, but last week). It was kind of a surprise though. Chu Tich Lam has teased about having me speak in Sacrament meeting before, but he was always kidding. Chi Ly said he was kidding this time too. We were both very surprised we he announced it in Sacrament meeting the next day, but I think I did okay. It wasn't a good talk, but Chi Ly said everyone went quiet and listened (the Vietnamese branches have a bit of a reverence problem), so I did fine.
And guess what! I'm done with training! Now we get to go out a whole hour earlier in the morning. More proselyting time! Also, we had transfers! I'm staying in Branch 3! YAY! Chi Ly went to Branch 10 with Chi Dao; Chi Hien went to Branch 6 with Chi Pham; and Chi Huong is my companion now. I love her already. She's awesome, and thankfully, she is from Hanoi and has a northern accent also.
It's mango season. We bought a dozen for two dollars along the train tracks near the church. I ate two for dinner and one for breakfast, and everyone else had about as many, so the next day we bought another dozen. Life is good. I love the fruit and vegetables here. Oh! I found leeks! (Leeks are my favorite vegetable.) I love Branch 3. I love Vietnamese. I love Cambodia. I love my old companion and my new companion. I really love our investigators. Our bikes have been holding up for the most part, and I think the water, gas, and electricity in the house have all been fixed (they all went out in the same week; it was funny). Missions are awesome, especially this one!