Monday, February 24, 2014

One third already?!

Wow, this week went by so fast, I can hardly remember what happened!

OH!  I hit 6 months this week!  I can't believe it.  This time next year, I'll be home...AHHHHHH.  That is crazy.  And strange.  And Weird...

Wednesday, we went to a hospital to give service.  The elders cleaned while Hermana Jimenez and I worked in materials.  I think they thought we were part of the American Army because later on, two soldiers came in to verify if machines are working and help fix them if they weren't.  It was an adventure.  I am grateful for hospitals in the states.

Friday, we had divisiones!  Both of the sister training leaders came to our area and we just split up for the day.  I had the chance to work with Sister Bayles, who also happens to be the mission nurse.  She is from Las Vegas as well!!  But she is from Summerlin area.  She lives near the Bergquist family.  It was wonderful to learn from her and get to know her better.  We had some very sweet lessons, and I really enjoyed our time together.  She is a riot!  

Saturday, Hermana Jimenez and I had an incredible lesson with one of our investigators, Erick.  He was asking questions about the Old Testament, and Hermana Jiminez had answers that were inspired.  I hadn't thought about her answers before, but as she was responding, I felt the pure truth of what she was saying.  After the lesson, she turned to me and asked, "What did I say?? I can't remember anything that I said in response to his questions"  Dude.  My companion was an instrument of the Lord!!  It was incredible.  

Sunday, we had batteries for the keyboard, so I got to play the piano for the ward, and for a special musical number that Hermana Jimenez put together.  The Young Women sang "Master the Tempest is Raging", and it turned out lovely!  Everyone wants me to teach them how to play...We'll see how that goes, haha! :)  

Well, I really cannot remember what else I want to share with you all, so I shall leave it at that.  I love you all so very, very much!

Hermana Grondel :)

I bought some Honduran sandals!

I love the school zone sign, haha, it looks as though they are running :)
Sorry, I don't have many interesting photos hoy :)

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