It's good. I quite enjoy being with my companions, they're pretty cool.
First and foremost, I have so much gratitude and respect for the local missionaries all over the world. There are so many young men and women completely devoted to helping others receive the blessings and feel the joy that they have received and felt from living the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. And it's a cool experience to feel at peace, knowing that when we send referrals out, of people we have met and love, that they are in the safekeeping of some of God's elect.
We're coming to the end of another transfer (I feel like it's been a very short one week transfer...). So many of the humans I have grown very close to are either gone or leaving, and that's no bueno. God is still good, though, and I feel incredibly blessed to have been given the opportunity to serve with these powerful women.
Sister Rea waited until the very end of her mission to announce for tours after Music and the Spoken Word. Her very last opportunity, and we didn't allow her to back out of it. No pansies in this trio.
Today we got to go on a little adventure to Bountiful. On our way to the temple we stopped at the chapel for some internet access.
This is how we felt about no internet at the church. Where was LDSAccess? I would also like to point out that Sister Ueno looks possessed.
And this is how we felt about getting to go to the Bountiful Temple for Sister Rea's cousin's sealing. #blessed I'm sure her family thought we'd brought all of Temple Square.
This is my sister from heaven whose family landed in Fiji. She really does say that, every time she meets someone. It's cool, because she knows who she is and where she comes from... a daughter of God, from heaven. More than anyone else I know, this girl knows how to make everybody feel like they're somebody. She's pretty celestial, and I'm grateful for her friendship and example. This world would be a happier place if there were more Sister Samis in it. Truly Christlike.
During the sealing Sister Sami, Sister Parrish, and I enjoyed the sunshine, wind, and grass outside the temple. #summerdaysyall
Real thing. Temples are the best. In no other place can our families be sealed together forever by God's authority. And He's extended an open invitation to everyone to prepare and come hang out with Him at His place. We're so lucky 😁
We're a tight knit family, and goodbyes are hard. One of the best things about serving on Temple Square is that you have good friends all over the world. One of the worst things about serving on Temple Square is that you have good friends all over the world. It's bittersweet. Like the symphony. 😉
Okay. I love you all. Don't forget to study the scriptures, on the daily, because that's one of God's favorite ways to guide us. 2 Nephi 32:3... the words of Christ will tell you all things what ye should do. So simple.
Make good. Choose happiness.
<3 Sister Chamberlin