Monday, October 19, 2015

Auxilio! SOS!

 This means SOS in Spanish! My companion was yelling it at the top of her lungs while standing on the corner of the bed yelling there is a RAT! And mind you this is at 4:45 this morning as we were getting ready to come to Cusco. HAHA! Yes we have a rat in the house. For two days.


But this morning I was so sick of it and I went to try and open the door and it ran right across our desks right at me and I freaked.  Haha my companion was mortified and yes, we left with the door unlocked so the elders can come and take care of it. Thought I was all tough to kill it but no, it was huge! Not just a little rat… a RAT. EW!

Anyways… I am in Cusco and we will be doing more visits this week in Urubamba and here in the sector of Piccu so I am all geared up and we get to spend p-day in Cusco so I am happy!

This week what I want to share with you all is that I love being able to be surrounded by amazing people here in the mission. It is a blessing to be a member of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints because we can become better people, love serving, and participate in the wonderful blessings that come from being a part of the Lords work. As I have been able to visit with Hermanas I have been able to learn about their lives, talk with them and love to get to know their desires, love for the work, and why they came.

This week I was able to have a great experience as Hermana Tango and I were able to share with them how good they are doing and concerns that we can help with and also those things that we all can work on. In these 15 minutes that I was with them, I had the spirit touch my heart. Well, it was actually the kind that made my chest just feel like it was going to come out of my chest. I know that I needed to testify to them of the love that our Heavenly Father had for them and that He was so proud to see them working so hard, despite all of the hardships they were going through. I won’t lie; sometimes when I hear from the leaders of how they feel of the love the lord has for me I always just think…. Um how? Well, duh it’s the spirit. I felt it. It was real. I started to cry (surprise, NOT) and told them exactly what came to my mind. It was incredible. I testified that we as the sisters were supposed to be there together in the companionships we are in and it is for a reason. It was great.

I love my calling. I love letting the spirit work through me. It is a time that I have been able to recognize the many ways it does. What a blessing it is to be a member, to share of the Lords love and to be here in Peru doing it. I love this work!

Thank you for all of you. Each one of you that has taken part in my journey. I can’t express my thanks enough. Well, have to go!

Have a great week!

Hermana Frame

This week was the first anniversary of our pension
 and we heart attacked their door and brought a cake!
 It was so fun and I will always love being a part of their lives
 for this short moment! Haha
 from the pics you can tell I thoroughly am enjoying my mission.

We have a dog. Against the mission rules. Haha!
 No, it is the owner’s dog and I LOVE IT TO DEATH!
 Haha if you can’t tell from the pics. My companion just rolls her eyes 
each night as I am so excited to see Sophia. Haha!

We had a conference with president this week! 
What an uplifting experience!
 I am so grateful for the missionaries I am serving with. 
We sure have a good time.
 The sisters are incredible and BASICALLY I JUST LOVE MY MISSION.

And my wonderful companion.
 It has been two of the best transfers because of her.
 What a blessing.
These are bread babies that they make here in Peru. 
They make them for Halloween and the first of November. 
It is kind of funny to me… But they taste good!
 The bread here is incredible!

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