Well, this week, like usual, was crazy, but it in an awesome way. I did exchanges with Soeur Johns, from Liège and with Soeur Searle, from Valenciennes. They are both wonderful sisters, and we had a great time. I loved working with Soeur Searle because she's the only sister that we get to do exchanges with that is actually older than me in the mission, so it was wonderful to reminisce with her about life a year ago. Ah, how weird is that? I honestly never thought I would be 'reminiscing' about mission life a year ago. It really happens. Life, even mission life, goes on, one day at a time. Sunday was the Primary Program for our ward. It was in english and french, and was super cute. I loved it. Also, Soeur Holmes and I had some great times this week, for example (don't freak out mom), we were walking down the street, and a man offered us some weed. Haha, then he saw our badges, and was like, "Oh... Jesus..." Yeah...we weren't really interested. And then, last monday, it was a holiday, so the regular store that we go to was closed, and we had to go to a more expensive store (that didn't accept our cards, so we had to run for 15 minutes to find an ATM) to buy our food. The chicken was so expensive! Then we saw a whole, unskinned chicken, which was less expensive, and I said to Soeur Holmes, "Oh, we can just cut it up, let's get it!" So we did! Haha, we had a blast when we finally opened it up. We said to ourselves, "Well, guess we'd better skin it", so that was a new experience for us, but I'm proud to say we did it, and it wasn't that hard, and it saved us a lot of money! Soeur Holmes and Soeur Whisler (from Valenciennes) had an awesome experience this past week. They were some porting and decided to port this one street, and the very first door they knocked on was a portuguese/brazilienne family having their very own FHE! They said it was awesome. They let them in, and then later and talked to them. A few nights ago, we went back and talked to them about the restoration. They're pretty firm in their own religion, but hey, early apostles baptized whole congregations, right? So why not us? This weekend is the baptism of our dear Marie-Pierre, who just got back from Chicago. We're SO excited. The Young Adults are going to plan some stuff to make her feel really welcome.
Well, it's COLD here, and sometimes I feel like I just breathe cigarette smoke, and sometimes we have amies that just drop us, and sometimes life is just hard, but really, we are so blessed. Life is wonderful. I love you! Enjoy the snow for me!