Pancakes

Good week!

One of the members of the Branch gave us a bunch of talks on CD and there was a whole set of John Bytheway talks, So Sister Holden and I have been listening to them in the car all week. They are pretty good and have a lot of good information in them. We’ve even been able to use some of the scriptures and ideas from the talks in the lesson we taught this week. It just reminded me of this scripture in D&C 84:85 that says “Neither take ye thought beforehand what ye shall say; but treasure up in your minds continually the words of life, and it shall be given you in the very hour that portion that shall be meted unto every man.” Having the talks on all the time is like continual study and continually prepares us to teach.

One scripture that has been coming up in lessons in 1 Nephi 11:17 (BTW that’s Sister Hale’s favorite scriptures) It says: “And I said unto him: I know that he loveth his children; nevertheless, I do not know the meaning of all things.” It’s just so simple and powerful! All we have to remember is that God loves all of us, we might not understand why things happen, but we know that He loves us.

On Thursday Sister Holden got a migraine. She had never had one before, and I had never had one before so we were really concerned when she started having weird things happen with her vision, but she rested for a while and she’s still alive! 🙂 And she is still going strong her last few week!

On Friday we had lunch with Sister Gilstrap and her mom on Friday! Sister Gilstrap is a former missionary that served in this mission. I went on a few exchanges with her when I was in Lake Placid and Sister Holden was her companion at one point. It was very fun to see her again!

On Sunday afternoon, we sang at a nursing home with some of the members of the branch. It was fun! And as I looked at all the people listening, I saw some of them singing along and a few were even crying. It was a cool experience! (And it also reminded me of Sister Hallsted!)

I learned how to make pancakes this week! (Without using the pancake mix) It’s so easy! And I found myself asking “why do they even make pancake mix?” I guess that’s what happens when you really want pancakes but don’t have pancake mix!

I hope you all have a great week! Lots of love!

LOVES YAS!

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