Halo dear famle blong mi we mi luvem tumas! Thank you for all of your love and all of your prayers.
We are going to a wedding after email. Sista Papel and I treated ourselves to icecream and a kitkat! mmm. So from what I understand reflective listening is asking the question back again to make sure you have a clear understanding of what was said the first time. This is applied into teaching and reflecting what was understood at each concept or principle. (momma you are brilliant. Thank you!)
Thank you so much for the quote! I love you my dear momma!
Daddy: Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood Moooooooooooooooooooooooorning!!!
(The title of this letter should be… all of Vanuatu was awake and the missionaries were trying to sleep as the world cup was in full force.)
Pictures. Sista Talamai and I, This little piggy… Erakor Bridge and the pikinini and Sista Otukolo
This week one of the people we are teaching: Callisto, came to church. We met Callisto when we went to visit his sister and she wasn’t home but he accepted the invitation for us to share a small message about Jisas Kraes. This week we also had two exchanges. Sista Talamai and Sista Otukolo came to Ohlen. These are such wonderful and loving sisters. This round of exchanges I learned the importance of showing people you love them. These two sisters are so humble, loving, and kind. We are lucky to have them in our mission.
I’m so grateful sista Papel and I get to spend another transfer together. Sista Papel is incredible. I am amazed by her ability to listen and sincerely help those we are teaching. She teaches me how to be a better human everyday.
I love you all so very much! Have a wonderful week!
p.s. When we went to Erakor Bridge for an exchange the pikinini ran and came and gave me a hug. It was delightful. I love their brown eyes and bright smile.
I love you all.