Halo beautiful famle blong mi we mi luvem tumas! Olsem wanem dei blong yufala? I’m so grateful for you. Thank you for all of your love and your support.
Mama: I am great! My island is as beautiful and hot as ever. Sista Nila is wonderful. Her birthday is coming up on the 2nd of December. Oh I’m so happy the letters arrived! Yes the letter was from Sista Nila. She sends her love.
Bless that sweet Elder’s heart. Thank you so much for sharing! I love those scriptures. They bring so much strength.
I love you more than words can express. Have a wonderful week mama! I love you so much.
I’m so lucky to be your daughter.
Daddy: Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood Moooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooorning daddy!!! I love you so very much! Hola! Como Estas? (I”ll speak more spanish some day. We’ll learn together)
I’m so happy you got the letters! Yay!!!
Thank you for sending the thoughts that you had recorded.I love that last little line about trusting in the moment. I”m going to write that down.
I love you daddy!
Brother Winslow has always been so good to our family. He has halways been ministering or in bislama we say hem i givhan oltaem.
I will breath in and out. I love the island air.
P.S. When the mamas and the papas stick mango to fall out of the trees so we can kakae it reminds me of when you put christmas ornaments on our trees outside. Did you learn this trick from Ecuador?
Have a wonderful week!
I love you!
This week we had a special training with all the sisters at the mission home. Sister Duquette led a discussion on the conference talk that President Russell M. Nelson gave at conference.
It was so wonderful!
We had two exchanges. I got to visit Erakor Bridge backagain and work in Beverly Hills
Mama Thelma told us that she has been reading the pamphlets and the Book of Mormon and that she no longer has a calling in her Jos now and that she will come to the Church of Jisas Kraes Blong Ol- Latta- Dei sent on Sunday. Fingers crossed!
I love you so much!
Have a wonderful day!