Monday, March 9, 2015

"Oh, there's sunshine, blessed sunshine" - 09 mars 2015

Finally made it to Sainte-Chapelle
Check that off my bucketlist, Mr. Oram
The sun has shone for 4 days straight this week and it was about 50 degrees Farenheit for 2 days.

What a blessed week. Seriously, the warmth of the sun and the light just fills my soul with joy. AND people are outside and happy too, which makes perfect for missionary work!

We had lots of rendez-vous with members, practices of Tahitian
Elder Utahia teaching us a Tahitian HAKA!
La chapelle de Nogent-sur-Marne
dancing, and a new amie! Milca, shés 17, turning 18 this week, and is so crazy mature for her age. She is working to pass the Baccalauréat, and is focused on literature and art history. Her curiosity into religion and the salvation of her soul is inpsiring. We are having a FHE with her and her family tonight!

Soeur Dufour and I
Nogent-Le Perreux RER
Valerie, our amie we started teaching last Sunday, came again to church, but on Friday, we had our first leson chez elle. It was awesome. It ended with her in tears as Sr. Tane testified of how the trials
in her life have prepared her to receive the gospel now, that her heart is finally open to listen and receive. We each testified of the restoration of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I was able to recite the First Vision to Valerie, something I absolutely LOVE to do. There is such a strong spirit when looking someone in the eye and telling them of such a glorious thing in the words of a prophet, in FRENCH! :) It's the best.

It's week 6 of the transfer. Holy cow. We get the reperatoire on Saturday, and Saturday is the Soiree
Another of the series of
Paris from the Ground... :)
Tahitienne. It's going to be a crazy week, and I am determined to make it the best yet.

What can you do this week to spread the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ?

Soeur Kate Simpson

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