Flashback to several days ago: Last Friday I went proselyting in Santo Domingo again, and there was much more to do this time. Unfortunately, I got dehydrated DESPITE drinking more than a bottle of water, and I had the pleasure of throwing up out of the van window when going back to the CCM, and then in the elevator to our floor )I had a bag, don´t worry) and again outside our room. My amazing elders gave me a blessing, and all was well. More signifcant for me were the words of love and comfort from my Heavenly Father. Also, I learned about hydrating all day long. I don´t beleive this will be a problem again.
So Monday was goodbye to the CCM and that was hard. My district is a family, and we all love each other very much. We had a powerful testimony meeting together. They are all amazing examples to me. It was difficult to say goodbye to my maestros and the members of my district who went to Puerto Rico, but we are all ready to serve.
Yesterday the Santiago missionaries took a bus to the mission home and we met President and Sister Douglas. They are both wonderful, and Sister Douglas has a blog called ´¨Becky Douglas Paradise¨ that she posts stories from the missionaries on. It actually has a huge readership, you all should check it out.
So my P Day is on Wednesdays now, I suggest that anyone who wants to write me do so before Wednesday, because the time we go to the computer center during the day may change. Also, snail mail will be waaaay easier for me in writing you all with individual attention. HOWEVER, I have limited time for that as well, so please don´t take it personally if it takes forever to write you. P DAYs are the only day I am supposed to write, but I will make an effort. Apologies to Afton, Grammy, and Sis. Kilgrow ,because I just got your letters from forever ago, since they were sent to my mission and not the CCM. I LOVED them thank you, and I will respond!
Dear Family: I love you very much and pray for you several times a day! I got a wonderful email from Scott today, that made me very happy. Hope you are all well,