It's always hard to think of what to say on P-day because I feel like I could write a short story about every single day here in the mission field. You honestly learn lessons every single day. Still, I will try my best once again...Fun Facts!
I shared that it was trust and confidence in the Lord. I guess he thought it was more complicated, because he seemed relieved. He said thinking about church gets him through the day and even though his work is tough, he always makes sure to thank God for what he has been given. There is so much to learn from those around us.
""One of God's greatest gifts to us is the joy of trying again, for no failure ever need be final." Even if we've been a conscious, deliberate sinner or have repeatedly faced failure and disappointment, the moment we decide to try again, the Atonement of Christ can help us."
- Sister Lindsay Evans
Photo 1 - Sometimes my companion and I try to harmonize when we sing a hymn before our companion study. I love singing alto, but she has a hard time singing the melody when I do and during this particular hymn it sounded so. bad. It was hilarious. We tried to keep singing, but I just couldn't. I suggested we try another hymn, but when we started I just lost it again. It's hard to shake the giggles when you are so tired. She ended up singing the whole hymn by herself! My head was on the table and I was laughing quietly, but so hard that I was crying. I sat up to wipe my tears. She then decided to take a picture of me and well... here it is. Good old exhausting missionary work. Sometimes you need a good laugh.