For us it depends on the day, we do yoga, circuits, and we train for dodgeball some days tooWhat do you do for daily exercise?
Is there anything you are really struggling living without?
I miss oreos, dr pepper haha, things I don't need to have. I really want my hair dresser too
I started giving those but now it gets harder, the failures are taking over but I'm working on itAre you giving yourselves gold stars? (this is something we asked them to do to celebrate their accomplishments)
my boots, there is still so much snow and I need them every day or my feet get wet and coldWhich shoes do you wear most often?
I need a haircut but i don't know where to go, i need to start asking arounddo you need a hair cut yet? is there someone in your wards who cuts hair?
peanut butter and jelly sandwichesWhat do you eat for breakfast?
yes but its slowly melting and then it snows again.... sister Hutchinson hates the snowIs there still snow on the ground?
I am not taking charge. I am learning new concepts of how to do things.how are you BEING a good companion?
I got an email from Rhonda.... i haven't ever gotten a hand written letter except for that very first one the day I got here.do you get letters from anyone in our extended family?
You can only park on one side of the roadwhat's an interesting fact about the city you live in?
He's smart and quiet he's tall and has dark brown hair,.... his name is elder Frenchwhat's your district leader like?
we play dodgeball and emailWhat fun things do you do on p-day?
we usually see one of them once a weekDo you ever see your mission president and his wife?
no idea sorry mom. But remember i have six hours of church every week so i will find timeWhere do you think you will get to be on mothers day to call home?
once or twice a week and they usually feed us really wellHow often do members feed you?
i can ask but we are just trying to get to know membersdoes anyone in your wards want to take pictures of you and email them to me?
And here is part of her letter.
Okay well like my lovely sister Harrison number 2 I also cannot believe its already monday.... We met this family from Sudan they are as dark as night and are all gorgeous she has seven kids and they are all listening into our lessons. They prayed about a prophet and knew it was true and know that what we are teaching is truth but the only problem is they think that EVERYTHING is truth and it all leads back to God no matter what path you are on, we are gonna have to work on that one. The elders got food dropped off to their apartment at six o clock in the morning because the wards don't know where we live, haha poor elders getting woke up, seeing all the food, then having to freely give it to us. Its a good thing they love us. Our relationships with the elders have improved a lot this week and it makes things easier when we are all working in harmony. Sister Rush went on a trip to Brandon this week, its another area in our mission. She went for a funeral and so that left me and Sister Hutchinson, newbies, to fend for ourselves. We decided that freedom came at a price, luckily it was only a parking ticket because the parking here is absolutely ridiculous. A van was covering the little machine that we have to pay a toonie in so of course the parking cops decided to pick on the poor innocent sister missionaries.
I want you to know that i still get homesick but it helps to know that I have you forever. I bring my concerns to the Lord and he answers my prayers. My angels here are my fellow missionaries and I just love them. My companions are great and the elders are so supportive. Have a great week and BE GOOD.