Halo from my rainy island Efate!!!

Halo my beautiful family. I love you all so very much. Thank you for all of your love and all of your support. I feel your love. I feel your prayers. This week has been challenging and rewarding as always. First things first. I got my package!!! (Thank you for the cookies, fudge, hugs, puzzle, note, donuts, pictures (LOVE PICTURES) and the CD! It’s seriously so perfect. Thank you.
2. Lynn got baptized this week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You remember Lynn from Erakor bridge?? I’m so happy for her and I know that this decision will bless her life and her families life more than she can imagine.

About the chaco lines… I am winning the victory with all the americans on the Chaco line… just saying…

We didn’t get a chance to seee Edna and Jimmy but their sons aren’t sick anymore! I believe they have five children, one son is a member and leaves on a mission next month. Thank you for your love. They didn’t come to Jos but that will change this transfer! Small John has not found a friend yet. He is eleven years old but we are determined to help him. Evelyn is excited to atend class. Natalie was always busy last week so we will make sure we teach her this week! Thierry is praying and reading the scriptures small but hasn’t come to church. He is special and we will continue to work with hem. Josephine and Kasau have not gone to church but we will story with them later this week. Sane and Echante are sad that Sista Motuliki is going back to Erakor Bridge (I have a new companion, Sista Otuafi, she’s from Tonga and finished in July) Toko and Marie are doing great! They have so many questions. They haven’t come to church yet but I have great faith that this will be a blessing in their family. Please pray their hearts will be softened and they will distinguish the truth that they are being taught. Selina and Mikal are great! They were excited to see us when we ran into them while walking to a house in the villiage. Rare when that happens. People usually hide… haha!

I love that idea! “The gospel brings light to my home.”
Momma your words are pure inspiration. Thank you.
Have a wonderful week. I love you so very much!!!

Daddy: Goooooooooooooooooood Morning!!!!!!!!! I love you so very much. Thank you for all of your thoughts and advice. They touched my heart. You say in Bislama Gud Moning…. or as I like to say… Guuuuuuuuuud Moooooooooooooooning!!!! Daddy thank you. I love what you said abou5t homesickness and being myself. Thank you for listening to the spirit. I love this gospel and I’m so grateful for the light in my life. I love you so much! Have so much fun doing sound! I know it will be amazing.

This week some top moments include
1. Storying wiht Marie and Toko about the Buk Blong Momon
2. Sista Motuliki and I passed a woman and asked her her name. Later after we had helped Mary take off the strings of the cabbage we were about to drive off when the rain started pouring and the same woman (Nisa) passed by carrying a really heavy bag. We quickly turned off the ignition and I ran in the rain. We helped her carry her bag to her home and will pass by her home this week. We were dripping wet! But I don’t think I’ve ever felt so much joy.
3. Funny moment. While we were in a lesson with Mikal and Selina I was explaining the picture in the front of the Buk Blong Momon, when Jesus visits the Americas. I said “hem ia picja 2nd coming blong Jisas Kraes.” My companion looked and me and I realized what I said! I said “Mi sorre tumas. Hem ia picja lo taem Jisas Krases come lo America…” Yikes! We couldn’t stop laughing! It was so funny.

Also I bought a cheap guitar and played it with my feet submerged in the ocean. Heaven.

Thank you for everything!!!

Mi luvem yu tumas!!
Have a wonderful week. This week is going to be BIG!!!

Sista Carter