Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes (Week 21)

FINALLY she has new companion, and I am so glad for her! She has had a tough time despite trying her hardest to get along and make things work so I am glad her new companion and her get along!

Not a very long email this week, she had a busy day but as always good to hear from here! And as always some wonderful photos!

Hey everyone!

Not much time to write this w peek as we’ve been doing dance practice
at the chapel for the “dia de las naciones” ward activity on the 15th!
We dance to Napoleon Dynamite, Beyoncé and Taylor swift!

We had transfers! I’m still in Barrio 9 and just killed my last companion,
Hermana shaw. She served a great mission and has gone back to Arizona
now! So next transfer is Christmas! That’s still like 12 weeks
away but it’s coming round fast guys!
I am greenie breaking Hermana Wihongi from Utah! She is famous as
well, she is in some Mormon messages and she’s playing volleyball in
the for strength of youth pamphlet! She’s going home at the same time
as me so we’re super excited to work together and set Barrio 9 on
fire, spiritually haha!

This week we had general conference which was amazing! We had one of
our investigators, pedro, come to pavones and watch it at the temple
with us which was such a wonderful experience! We committed Miguel
Angel to be baptised in January, you see he goes to Peru on the 15th
of this month for 3 months so we are excited to work with him when he
comes home!

In conference my favourite talk was by Dieter F Uchtdorf in the women’s session!
He says, about two missionaries following a prompting to tract an
apartment building:


“No one on the first floor would listen to them. How easy it would
have been to say, “We tried. Let’s stop right here. Let’s go and try
another building.”  But these two missionaries had faith and they were
willing to work, and so they knocked on every door on the second
floor.  Again, no one would listen.     The third floor was the same. And
so was the fourth–that is, until they knocked on the last door of the
fourth floor. When that door opened, a young girl smiled at them and
asked them to wait while she spoke with her mother.”
This mother and family eventually became baptised and Dieter F
Uchtdorf married the young girl. We never know the blessings of endurance, we just need to be fourth floor last door kinds of people and endure to the end!
Love you all
Hermana Liddicott
Xx

I love the photos of her in a bear hat haha so funny she looks adorable!

More from her next week! And as always drop her an email, send her a letter she would like to hear from all of you!

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