The companion that you have after your trainer "Greenie Busts" you. I'm not really positive what the significance of this term is yet.
I can tell already that my new companion Sister Reyes is going to be great for our area. The people we are teaching already love her.
Here is a picture of Sister McMurtrey and I right before she left for Yakima. She is a gem. I'm sure Yakima will love her.
Here are the other Sisters in our Zone before transfers- I love them all. Only four of us are still in Moses Lake.
Sister Reyes and I are already having a blast though. She has a lot of enthusiasm for this work.
You know what's coming up?
Get ready, folks, for the first weekend in April- when we hear the words of a living prophet of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I know that President Monson is a prophet. I am so grateful to my Savior- that He continues to give us direction and guidance personally through the Holy Ghost and to the world through a living prophet and living Apostles.
Time for the Eternal Truth that does not pertain to salvation for this week:
2. Waking up early actually helps you be less tired than you would be if you woke up late.
Real. Thing. I wish that I could explain this sufficiently to you with science and stuff. All I know is that (provided you go to bed on time) Waking up at 6:30 helps me to stay alert throughout the day. Exercise also helps. I exercise way more now than I ever did before my mission - and I haven't gained any weight yet. So my new advice about not gaining weight on your mission is: never exercise before your mission and then you'll be in better shape on your mission than you were before. (Don't actually take this advice.)
Have a fantastic week of greatness and glory! 2 Nephi 26:23-28
Sister Caroline Faulkner