Monday, January 27, 2014

Week 25 - Kuna 11/25/13


So transfers were this weekend and I'm staying here in Kuna again with Sister Anderson!!  Woo hoo!! I love it here, but you already know that!  If I leave after this transfer I will have spent seven months in Kuna.  Isn't that crazy?  That's almost half of my mission!  I've enjoyed every minute I have served and will enjoy every minute until it's time for me to move on.  I'm so happy to still have Sister Anderson as my companion, but we'll be joined by a new sister so I'll be double training.  It's going to be crazy getting ready in the mornings with three girls and only one bathroom.  I'm sure we'll figure it out.  I'm really excited and it's great to know that President Cannon has confidence in me.

Also, today we're moving out of the Callahan's because their time for housing missionaries is up so we packed our bags and will be moving into a home of members in the fifth ward.  We've been told it's really cramped since they had to add the third bed for our new Sister.  Oh well, as long as I have somewhere to crash when I get home at night!  I'm so sad to be leaving the Callahan's, they've been so wonderful.  Sister Callahan let us decorate her home for Christmas with her.  It made me think of home.

The weather her has turned cold, cold, cold!  There's so much frost on the houses and grass that it looks like snow.  I guess it doesn't snow much here but the ice is brutal.  I keep forgetting that the car pretty much ices over every night so when we go out in the morning the entire car is covered in ice.  We need to add "defrosting the car" into my morning routine now because it takes so much time.

The work here is going great, and things are really picking up again.  Our ward mission leaders are really on the ball.  I'm really excited to get this third Sister because then we can go on splits and visit even more people!  We are going to start teaching the discussions to families in the wards so that they can know better what missionaries actually do and not be so scared to refer their friends to us.

I love you all so very much, and I'm grateful to have been raised in a home that has the gospel.  Y'all are such an example to me.

Have a wonderful week!


Sister Lindsay Taylor

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