Soooo...transfer calls came. And it wasn't what was expected. At all. I'm staying in Johns Creek. With Sister Blair. (First comp for more than 6 weeks). Aaaannd I'm going to be a sister training leader. By myself. ........what.
So I'm just a tad terrified seeing as others will be looking to me as an example and I have no idea what I'm doing or what I'm even supposed to be doing. Most Sister Training Leaders (STLs) are in a companionship so they have each other and the new ones are with a more experienced sister to show them the ropes. I get to go freestyle though. Hence the tad bit terrified part. However, I'm also really excited to be able to go on exchanges with other sisters and get to know them better, to be able to go out with the Spanish sisters, and also to be able to attend the leadership meetings once a month with the Zone Leaders and the mission president. I've always wanted to know what goes on in there. Any tips from RMs?
Also this week, a former less active and a former recent convert will be going through the temple for their endowments on Tuesday! Soo excited!!! We won't be able to go though, because we're only allowed to go if it is someone we baptized. That's alright. We'll get them flowers or something :)
The 4th wasn't all too exciting for us. Our Ward held a pancake breakfast that morning, which was awesome. I'm still full ;) The exciting part is that Lemuria and her husband came! We've been working with Lemuria for months now, but have been really struggling with her because of her husband. They came! They both came! They made friends, got a church tour, and committed to coming to church on the 12th!!!!! She is writing a book about her near death experience (where she saw the Spirit World and three Heavens) and you all have to read it when it's finished. Besides the breakfast though, all we did was a lot of tracting, a bit of sweating, and then we heard fireworks going off just as we were getting in bed. Everyone says they were really impressive, but I appreciate my sleep too much to put it off for big bangs, pretty lights, and mosquito bites. We did kinda wish we had some sparklers. Those were always fun
Sister Blair and I shared Cold Stone for our "birthday" this week (her 3 month and graduation for training, and my 10 month, and just because) and it was yummy, so I thought I would share a picture with you guys. Enjoy.