This was a good week. We were looking for new people to teach. Even though we didn't find any, we were able to find some less active members to visit.
This week we really felt the end of the rainy season and start of the hot, dry season. It's like living in an oven, but that's ok, I'd rather be in the heat than in the snow.
Nothing new going on, just good ol' missionary work.
Starting on the first of March I will officially be the most senior sister missionary in the mission, I can't believe how fast it's gone! In the blink of an eye I'll already be home! There have been so many blessing that I've felt because I've come on my mission, and I've learned so much. Even though there have been challenges and hard days that I've had to overcome, it has all been worth it, I'm so glad for the opportunity to have come all the way on the other side of the world, all the rejections, hard words, and hot days, and all the smiles, laughs, and shouts of joy. Every extra mile and every downward spiral has left me to rise again and become stronger. Thanks everybody for always supporting me and cheering me on! Here's to another 6 weeks of hard work.
HOLLEY STRINGHAM: Salt Lake City, born and raised; returned missionary from the Indonesia Jakarta Mission.; a simple folk aimed on changing the world