Friday, August 28, 2015

Week 11: "Time flies when you have none of it."

¡Familia y amigos!
I don't have much time to write so sorry if I did t get back to you, but this week was crazy and here's a real fast recap of this last week!

Also: HAPPY ANNIVERSARY MOM AND DAD! And Happy Birthday Week to Kylee, Katie, Lindsay, and Kev! I hope you all have/had an amazing day! I love/miss you all!  Wrapped presentBalloonConfetti ballParty popperGrinning face with smiling eyes and good luck to all my friends staring school!

Wednesday- we had district meeting and President Vest, President Medina (he's in the mission presidency) the APs, AND the Zone Leaders were there! It was AWESOME! We talked about not being afraid to talk to people and it was such an inspiring meeting! Hermana Oldroyd is also in my district which is way fun!

Thursday-- we went and visited some less actives and on of our investigators To drop off a Book of Mormon in large print and left him a note because he wasn't there. Then we had shift at the VC

Friday-- we had Friday morning training at the visitor center, and then we went and visited some less actives and ended up having to weekly plan because it was the only day we could! Then we worked on our digital area book transport.

Saturday-- we had shift in the morning, and then we went and contacted a few referrals and had to go back to the VC to finish our studies!

Sunday-- Sunday is my favorite day of the week! We had church in the morning and we went to the Spanish gospel principles class! I was pretty excited because I understood almost everything! It was awesome! (And I almost have the first vision down!) And then we were at the VC for shift for 3 hours, and then went out in our area and got to talk to one of our investigators and it was awesome! Then we headed back to the VC to work on area book.

Monday-- we were down a car at the visitor center, we all rotate all the cars we have, and so Hermana Baggett and I did studies and then walked to the VC and worked on area book before shift, and we are almost done with it so hopefully we will be able to help the other Sisters with theirs! And then on shift I got to take a couple groups on presentations and just had an awesome experience! The visitor center is truly amazing!

Honestly I have thought a lot about what I could share with you all and I hope you all realize how much you are loved!

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Comparing ourselves to others will never make us happy. Each of us has a purpose and we all have been given different talents, skills, and weaknesses personal to us for our growth and development throughout our lives. We all have something to learn from each other, and we must remember what our true identity is; we are all children of God. He loves us and wants us to succeed. As we go through our personal trials, struggles, and joys, He is there. He has given us the gospel to help guide us through this life's ups and downs. So if you find yourself comparing yourself to others, remember we are all walking the path back to our Heavenly Father at our own place and in his own timeline.

I love you all and hope you've been able to see a week full of miracles! Keep pressing on! Thanks for all your love and support!

Abrazos y Oraciones 

Hermana Hunt Heavy black heart


 

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