"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, September 16, 2013

increible! catorce meces mas?! AY AY AY

Can you believe it??? I am 1/4 of the way done! That might not seem like a lot but I feel like time is flying way too fast. Yesterday was the last day of the transfer and wow lots of changes. I am staying here in Seaside, Sister Poznanski is training in the area next to ours, Sister Jensen is getting transferred to another area in the mission and my new companion, Sister Reid, used to be in Sister Poznanski's new area! It will be a lot of fun but it is a little stressful moving packing and getting the house organized. I am really really excited for this next transfer! We have so many great things coming and it is going to be awesome. The ward is really on board with missionary work and are getting pumped up for our Luau. It is certainly exciting. Our luau is going to be AWESOME everyone should come to it. The Tongans are doing a straight up roast pig. sweet right?

Another exciting thing that happened is that K was baptized!!! WAHOO! It was really so incredible. Her testimony is so strong and is such an example to me. She is just so rock solid. We are thrilled to see the example she will be and the influence she will  have in the lives around her. The baptismal font room was packed! The ward was so supportive and it made a big difference in bringing the Spirit.

This week we will have a lot of changes. The mission is tough because everything is always changing. But we learn to adapt. At times it can be really hard, but it is so worth it. I was reading in D&C 15 this AM when it says that preaching repentance and bringing souls to Christ will be the most worth to your soul. I totally believe that. As hard as a mission is, it does have the most worth in changing us and helping us reach potential we didn't know we had.

I love my mission. It seems like time is going too fast. I know I won't be ready to come home when the time comes. As much as I miss my past life and all of you, there is no where I would rather be. The worst part of a mission is thinking about that one day you have to go home to reality. Where you will have to get a job, find a spouse and not have everything provided for you. I think that is how Satan likes to discourage me the most. The hardest days for me are when I think about going home. But I do know how much the Lord loves us and that everything will work out in its proper time and place. Know that I am constantly praying for your success and happiness.


Les quiero mucho!
Hermana Fischetti

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