Thank you so much for the package! I already ate all of the peanut butter trail mix it was so good! And the service clothes will come in handy for these next few weeks of full field time. I don't know quite how I feel about 100*+ in October. It is almost Halloween and it feels like the. But I truly love it here!
This week we ate s'mores when we had dinner at the Bishops's house. I never thought that I would eat s'mores on my mission, but apparently it is a tradition for them every fast(and this past ). Which I thought was pretty cool!
Yesterday was the Primary Program and it was so cute. All of the kids wore red, white, and black. The Primary may have been half the size of the one back home, but they sang their little hearts out! We had invited so many people to church and they said that they were going to come, and we were so excited! By the time church started no one we had invited had come. Halfway through I glanced back and saw a less active sister with her husband on the back row. We hadn't seen her all week, and so I almost started to cry as soon as I saw her.
As for ponderizing, I pick a scripture from my daily scripture study that I had during the week that I really liked. But I didn't do a very good job this week and I really liked Mosiah, so I am going to do it again. The Visitors' Center is at least on schedule but it might actually be ahead of schedule. Its projected finish date is Thanksgiving so we are not quite sure where they are at. But I did mail in my name tag so it can be part of the new missionary exhibit. I think it would be so cool to have my name tag as a part of the Visitors Center I served in. :)
I am so excited for the work that is going on in my area especially working with the members and helping them endure to the end! And enter the temple.
How has the Book of Mormon study as a family been going? What have you recently learned?
I love you all so much! And thank you for your prayers! Don't be afraid to let your light shine!
Con mucho amor,