Hey all y'all,
Well this week has been Crazy!!
First I want to wish my Sister Jesse a very Happy 16th Birthday.
So this week has been very fun. So we moved apartments this week. Super crazy. It is a brand new one as well. Everything works just fine.
Just to say our AC likes to put our apartment at 66 degrees in the morning when it is set at 74. But it's okay.
This week we had ZTM. It was just wonderful. Just to say the spirit in the room was so strong. Of course it was my last one. I had a rough time with that. We talked about how me need to get over our fears and talk to everyone we see. Because we don't know who is prepared. As we do we will be able to answer their questions.
So they gave the departing missionaries a time to bare their last testimony. I know that I have learned so much in my mission. It has helped me along the way in so many ways. I noticed something really cool. Sister Goade pointed it out to me when we where companions. When I bear my testimony I don't stutter. The spirit brings it clear. I am so grateful for that. They played "God be with you till we meet again" I just was in tears in the first couple of words. I was so sad to leave this behind but know that it was going to be worth it. Then I could feel my dad's spirit in the room. It was wonderful. I knew that he was watching over me. Letting me know that he was there and that everything was going to be all right.
I am so grateful for this gospel. It is amazing. Heavenly Father works in wonderful ways. To help us learn and grow. We all have trails and we will over come them.
I sure do love all y'all. Thanks for all y'all do.
You are the best!!
I sure do hope things go well for y'all this week.
“Throughout our lives, whether in times of darkness, challenge, sorrow, or sin, we may feel the Holy Ghost reminding us that we are truly sons and daughters of a caring Heavenly Father, who loves us, and we may hunger for the sacred blessings that only He can provide.”—Elder Robert D. Hales
“Great things are brought about and burdens are lightened through the efforts of many hands.”—Elder M. Russell Ballard