We visited the Cortez Branch, a Spanish-speaking unit. They meet in the Bradenton building, which is probably the closest one to us. Even better, their branch council meets at noon followed by the block of meetings. The not so great part is everything is in Spanish. So we only understand what someone translates for us. Most of the branch leadership speaks English, so they can ask us questions and understand our responses.
Between the meetings, one of the Elders stopped me in the hallway and asked if I could assist with blessing one of the Sister Missionaries. She has been suffering with a form of arthritis.
Following the meetings, we drove to Gulfport where I had another special considerations interview. This one was easier than most.