Monday, April 13, 2015

Be in tune

Well, I literally have no time today! It is zone p-day and we are making BBQ chicken to teach our fun Latinos in our zone! YESSSSS! Fist pump.

But talk about most stressful week ever! I changed, shipped one companion off to Cusco, moved out of our old house, painted our old room, did humanitarian work, had stake-district conference and now I am speaking TOTALLY in Spanish as I teach my new companion Hermana Liza the sector. WOWOWOWOWOWOWOW! The mission is crazy.

But as of right now I have to say that this time in my life has definitely been one of the happiest. I love what I am doing. I love it with all my heart. I love to help, I love to teach, and I love to live the gospel of Jesus Christ. So many people say (me being one of them) that the mission is hard. Yeah, it’s hard but wow IT IS SO AMAZING.  There is so many emotions, experiences, ups and downs I can’t even describe it. But through it all what I get through all of it is that the Lord is there. He prepares us. He has prepared me and is continually helping me achieve my goals as I try each day to become a better disciple. I can’t tell you how many times I have been cut down, how many times I have been refined. We all have. It’s life. But that is the joy of it. I have also learned it is all about our reaction. I testify that if you turn to the gospel no matter what circumstance you are in, you can overcome whatever trial you are going through.

This week I was able to do some humanitarian work with a group of Mormon doctors that came from Idaho and Utah to help the nurses and doctors here in Cusco and Quillabamba. WHAT A TREAT! I was able to help them as I taught and translated for the doctors. WOWOWOWOW! The Lord prepares His people. I have been through so much but this week I have been reminded that if we trust Him and lean on Him in all circumstances it is all for a purpose. To bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of man.


This week, I was able to help in one little way, but I felt like it will change lives forever. The highest death rate in Peru is mothers that die of postpartum hemorrhage so the doctors were there to help educate them in ways to decrease the mortality rate. It was an experience I will never forget. But the whole time I was there I felt the spirit telling me…. Hermana Frame, you have been prepared. Go and do. Well, translating was HARD and teaching what I have learned in nursing school was HARD but I did it the best I could. I am definitely excited to get better and be able to help more in the mission or hopefully after. But even in the missionary work I can see it.

Wow, the Lord always has a plan that we cannot see.

Be in tune.

Say your prayers, read and recognize the light that comes when you really listen.

Well, I have to go. Enjoy the pics from our district conference! President and Sister Harbertson came and Hermana Hoskins and I helped with the choir.

Hermana Frame

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