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Oh the places you'll go

Meine gute I have been having technical difficulties but they are resolved now!

One of the biggest highlights of these past weeks was being able to hear from church general authorities in the semi-annual world wide general conference. Let me just say, wow. All the messages prepared and shared were filled with personal, divine messages for me. I've already downloaded them to my phone to hear while I'm on the go! (If you'd like to catch up with any of the talks given click here).

As I've been working with the young women in preparation for girls camp, we touched on this year's theme: Oh the Places You'll Go by Dr. Seuss. We sat around a campfire and discussed what messages we each received from the wisdom Dr. Seuss shares. I was particularly touched by the ending, because it was really the beginning.

Dr. Seuss illustrates a boy's journey out into the open world on his own. This boy takes charge of his life by deciding which roads to take and adventuring into …


Hello! I'm still trying to figure out when a good time to write is. Ironic to this weeks title, these past couple of weeks have been nothing but busy. I've begun my last 6 weeks of missionary service and it all feels surreal. If being home while still being a missionary has taught me anything, it's that your service never really ends. I'm grateful for the time I have to learn how to apply everything I've learned so that I can keep going, even after I'm released.

As my mom's health has continued to get better, some assignments have developed even more! I feel like I'm juggling a lot of things haha. But here's the brief rundown!

As a service missionary I have assignment hours and off assignment hours. A service missionary assignment is where a service missionary spends their time serving-- assignment days and hours depend on the missionary. I've begun my service in the church distribution center in the DC area a bit already and am working on expan…