Halo from my rainy island of Efate! (August 12, 2018)

Dear Famle blong mi we mi luvem tumas. Oh how I just adore you all!!

Momma: Oh how much I love you my sweet mama. I am doing wonderfully. I hope you are doing wonderfully. I love your experience mama. The Savior is always there when we need him. His hand is always stretched out and sometimes we don’t visibly reach for that hand until we are under the water. The Savior will always rescue us and will always help us.

Sista Papel is wonderful I adore her so very much. Give my love to all of the family! (The whole family? You invited the whole family? Name that movie!)

Thank you so much for your encouragement and your love momma. I love my island. I love the beautiful people on this island. I love right now. Your words mean more than I can express.

Daddy: Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood Mooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooorning!!
Daddy you would love the heat here. I is so wonderful. The small things they are so important. I read a scripture this week in Alma 32:33-34. It’s the knowing bridge!!! We were scratching Manyoke! I think it is the same thing. An island kakae. I love you so much!

I love you!
Have a wonderful week!
Love,
Sista Carter
P.S.

A little piece from my note to President
This week we got to story with Mama Esline’s family. (Since Mama wasn’t home.) We ended up storying with her daughters, Julianna, Joanna, and her son Ramsvel. They are all quite interested in storying. This isn’t the first time they have met with missionaries. They have had about five years since they last took lessons. They each asked a question. One asked about Priesthood, another asked about sacrament, and the other asked about the Book of Mormon. (Their brother is working on his mission papers and joined the church five years ago when their family originally studied with the missionaries.) It was such a sweet experience to be an instrument in God’s hands and to share the gospel.

Pictures… Sista Lavemai on an exchange, cruise boat, Sista Papel’s Car that is perfect, my Island