Hello one and all!
Not much has gone on this week (ok, well, of course, a lot has gone on, but nothing too out of the ordinary), but I did have an experience the other day that I want to share with you. Yesterday morning, I was dead tired. I wanted nothing more than to go back to sleep, and since it was Sunday, and we don't really exercise in the morning, I was trying to decide what to do. I was on the couch, kind of falling asleep again, when the thought came to me that I should read an Ensign Article. At first I tried to dismiss the thought, claiming that it was too early in the morning to do anything, let alone try to focus on an article in the Liahona. But the thought came again. Finally, exhasperated, I picked up one of the many Liahonas, and flipped it open. There was an article from Elder Richard G. Scott that talked about our capacity to make choices, and our responsibility to make good choices. He talked about the decision to follow Christ, and what it means to simply make the right choice. It was so powerful! Seriously, I turned to Sœur Hunsaker, and was just like, "This article is amazing!!!" I know I can't do it justice here, and I don't have the name of the article nor the Liahona from which I got it at hand, but it changed me entire day. Throughout the entire day, I would think back to that article, and the spirit I felt there, and think about how incredibly simple (yes, albeit hard sometimes, yet nonetheless simple) it is to simply make the 'right choice' during all circumstances. Obviously, we all slip up, if we didn't we'd be perfect, but that's where repentance comes in. How amazing is that?! We can ALWAYS improve. That's what life is always about! I love it! One other quick story. Elder Fuller is serving here in Charleroi with us. He is a contacting machine! He always seems to have someone that he and Elder Stoker have found, and decided that we should have (because she is a single woman or something like that). Such was the case the other day with a woman named Audrée. We tried to call her after they gave us her number, but she didn't answer, so we sent a text. Then a few days later, on the métro, Sœur Hunsaker and I both saw a cute girl in her 20s or so and we both felt the impression to contact her. But before we had a chance, she came up to us, showing us a text, and asked if it had come from us. It HAD! It was Audrée! She had simply forgotten to text us back, but then, upon seeing us, decided to talk to us. We had SUCH a great conversation. We have a RDV next week. It was such a great miracle. And Elder Fuller was pretty stoked to hear about it also. Well,I got to go, the Church is true! And that's all we need to know!
I love you!