IKEA, New Glasses, and Banana Bread

Hello! It was a great week here in the China Hong Kong (and Macau) Mission! Wednesday: Alarm set for 5:45am, at the ferry pier by 7:05. 7:15am waiting to board the ferry, eating my traditional early morning ferry ride PB&J while trying to stay awake 7:35am sleep on the ferry 8:40am through immigration and trying to navigate the crowd of people in the HK subway … Continue reading IKEA, New Glasses, and Banana Bread

Learning Patience and Rough Seas

Hello all! I went to Hong Kong this week! The ferry ride over to HK was pretty rough… I’m glad that Heavenly Father answers prayers even when they’re prayers to help me not throw up. I felt much better after praying. I dropped Sister Frandsen off for MLC at the mission office, shook President Phillips hand, accidentally saw my mom, then headed back to Macau with … Continue reading Learning Patience and Rough Seas

A New Washer and Cockroaches

Hello! So, our washer broke. Elder Lau and Elder Heslington came to see what was wrong. We need a new washer. We had to go to the Elder’s apartment to wash our clothes. We still have cockroaches in our apartment. I killed one in our fridge yesterday. The mouse is still evading all of our traps. We’re trying poison next, and maybe peanut butter. We ran out of toilet paper. … Continue reading A New Washer and Cockroaches

Next Stop, Macau

Happy Mother’s Day!! Yesterday (Sunday) in Shing Mun ward President and Sister Lam spoke. It was so sweet to hear them talk about Motherhood and about their experience being sealed as a family and about their children. Sister Lam also talked about all of the missionaries they’ve served with and how each one of approximately 400 missionaries they’ve watched over are their children too. I … Continue reading Next Stop, Macau