"How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings, that publisheth peace; that bringeth good tidings of good, that publisheth salvation; that saith unto Zion, Thy God reigneth!" Isaiah 52:7

Monday, July 15, 2013



This week has been interesting to say the least! First our bikes broke so we were on foot for a few days. That was a joke. We had a day where no one let us actually into their homes BUT we still taught 7 lessons! It was because that night was a night of miracles. We were at the church building teaching english and a 13 yr old girl walked up to the church and said hey I want to know more! So we are now teaching her. AND 2 of the teachers for english class are from the army base Fort Ord and they both want to learn more! One is in love with the Book of Mormon and is so so solid. We are excited about him but will probably transfer him over to the singles ward elders. Which is great we love to support and help other companionships. We taught 34 lessons this week AND we are on bikes... so yeah Seaside sisters are pretty much best in the mission. We have a WEDDDING!!! Saturday is the big day and we are so so excited. Then a week later the man who is getting married will be baptized!!! AHHHHH we are so  SO SO SO excited. The missionaries have been working with them for over a year so this is a huge deal. We have been teaching a lot but as always its hard for people to keep commitments but nonetheless the work is moving forward. One of our investigators danced for us this week and sang oh gosh he is hilarious. Another one of our investigators we passed over to the elders because he is a little crazy. He has severe PTSD so he is interesting. He wants to get an Angel Moroni tattoo and he just says lots of strange things. We will see what happens... Yesterday we threw a linger longer with root beer floats at the ward and EVERYONE came and us and the elders had 6 investigators there!! We were pumped. Super successful and lots of great fellowshipping happening. Our elders are SUPER solid here so we work a lot with them, it is awesome.

What I am realizing about missions is that at times its hard, but you just learn to be uncomfortable. And once you learn to be uncomfortable everything is comfortable. Sometimes days are just exhausting or my companions are driving me nuts but then we see the tender mercies of the Lord in this work and everything is just beautiful. I love being on a mission. It is already changing me so much and I have only been out 2 months! I feel so lucky so so lucky to be serving here. It is the perfect place. I know that I am here on the Lord's errand and that Christ is at the head of this Church. We are all so blessed.

Love you all so much!
Sister Fischetti

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