Monday, 24 September 2012

Hey so first thing before I forget. Is it too late to get an absentee ballot? Okay now on to the rest of the e-mail. So this week has been amazing. Elder Foster of the Seventy came and spoke to the mission. He was doing a tour of the mission and spoke to us on how to better work with the members. It was amazing. Learned so much and so much I want to do to help the work progress in this area! So excited can't wait! The week has been amazing. We have been unable to tract much due to the smoke. And we are under heavier restrictions because of it as well. No going out before one. Be inside as much as possible. Etc..... So our miles are a little tight right now. But God has blessed us. We are finding people who truly want to learn more about the gospel and how they can have those closer relationships with God. I love being here and seeing how much of a blessing this gospel is. I want to share with all and continue on doing so for the rest of my life. We were teaching Chris one of our investigators. He gave us his most sincere yes to a baptism invite yet. It is so amazing to just see in the short time I have known him to see the change. And then David. He is so sincere. He wants to be baptized and knows so much about the gospel already. It truly is amazing. God puts people in our path for a reason. We have been working on being more focused in the work. Because the people here deserve our total time and focus. They are the Children of God that we have been sent to serve. So you may be getting a package or two that will go up in the attic. Some of the 'stuff' I have is a bit distracting. The work is so exciting here. The stake here has assigned a Spanish couple to come up here and help us with the Spanish less-actives. It will be amazing. Our Spanish is not so great. We both understand more than we speak. So with their help we will be able to understand and speak with those we teach. So excited! How are things at home? Any exciting news? Any pictures to send? Well know I love you and hope and pray all is well, Con mucho Amor, Hermana Ziegler

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