|FHE at Anna's home|
|Thelea, my friend from Heidelberg, was |
serving a mini mission this week, and
she stayed the night with us
on Thursday! IT was so great.
And then Wednesday we were off. Bright and early. We had to lug my suitcases all the way to the Bahnhof because it was too early for us to take the buses. Sorry Sister Heywood.... The usual 20-minute walk took us about 40 minutes, ha-ha. It was pretty awful, but the good part of that companionship is that we just laughed everything off. So we finally got on the bus, and were able to make it down to Frankfurt for the pairing meeting the next day.
|Chi An played me a nice good bye song|
My new companion’s name is Sister Sorensen. She is 19 and from Sandy, Utah, and probably couldn’t be more different from Sister Heywood. Don’t get me wrong, I love Sister Sorensen. It is just really different. She is just a sweet girl. Really quiet, and doesn’t say too much. Hopefully it’s just the awkward first week together thing. But I can tell she just really wants to be a good missionary, so dafür, bin ich sehr dankbar. She definitely wants to be obedient, so I know that we will see some cool things here.
|Our hike today...|
|We got to the top, and it was so foggy|
that we couldnt see ANYTHING.
Not even the big look out tower.
Oh, today we went on a 7.7 km hike. That was tiring. I want to go to bed right now, ha-ha. Really, this whole week has just been exhausting. But that’s okay.
Really, right now I am just trying to get my life in order. I really don’t know what I am doing here. We are just trying to find investigators, and live up to the wards intense expectations. But I know that if we are obedient and try our best, we will be blessed. I have a feeling in a couple weeks I really will like this place. And I am here for a reason, so I will work and let the Lord show me it.
|Saying goodbye to this |
|My two goldens...|
|My trainer, the other sister|
she trained, my two goldens,
and Sister Heywood's
golden...quite the family tree!