|Sister Frame and L.|
S. and I woke up at 3:30 am on Wednesday because I had a "career workshop" in Cauayan. We didn't get home until 10:00 that night. BUT, the same day the stars aligned and I saw a miracle.
I SAW SISTER L! She's been sick, so she has been in the mission home this last week. Sweet Sister Rahlf gave me a whole 30 minutes to hang out with L. We talked and cried as much as we could squeeze into 30 minutes. It was a sweet tender mercy.
I'm so grateful I have been assigned to Penablanca. The members of the bishopric are seriously the coolest people in the world. We have an appointment at Bishop's house a little later tonight...speaking of today - I still actually have a TON to do. The whole reality of my life right now doesn't feel real. I've been so good at not thinking about anything - which is probably going to be a BIG punch in the face when I have to leave for Cauayan.
I get butterflies thinking about seeing all of you guys again.
This is it.
It's bittersweet. Mostly bitter right now. I think the sweet part I'll feel when I see you again.
I can't believe it's over already. It all happened so fast. I'm sad it's over. But, I guess I have a new chapter to look forward to.
I feel so humbled that Heavenly Father has blessed me with the opportunities, the miracles, and the experiences that He has these last 18 months. I've learned more than I can even begin to comprehend.
...they really were diamond days.
I love you!
over and out from the Philippines.