Well you will have to go and watch the rest of conference because it was really good. There were so many good talks and it was fun because 4 speakers spoke in their native languages. That was cool. The talks were simple but so good and really just talked about the basics and fundamentals of the church.
Well I bet you are dying to know what happened with me for my last transfer of my mission. I am sure that you all guessed that I would be staying in Ontario and either staying with Sister Manumua or getting a new companion. Well surprise! I got transferred for my last six weeks. I am now serving in a place we will call Chino (because that is what it is called) with a companion who we will call Sister Cromwell (because that is her name). So the unexpected happened AGAIN. Kinda crazy. Who would have thought that I would move my last transfer. Not me. I don't know why I have moved so much on my mission. I can't figure it out. 7 areas and 9 companions in only 13 transfers. Sister Manumua is staying in Ontario. She has already been there 6 months and has at least 1.5 more to go.
Sister Cromwell is from Idaho and has been out for just over 7 months. She was actually trained in Ontario in the YSA branch. Her last companion went home in the middle of the transfer, so she has only been partly working in the area while partnered up with Sisters Soleta and Shaw. There are no elders in the ward, just us. So missionary work for the last six week has been a little crazy. It will be fun to work with the members and get it going again.
This last week consisted of watching conference, saying goodbyes and packing. Well I guess that was all in the weekend. During the week, we helped paint part of a house and helped someone else move. So we cleaned and packed and painted a lot this week. That is really all that happened. Nothing else too exciting.
It was Sister Manumua's birthday on Saturday. Since we have a million Tongans in our ward the the Tongan ward right next to us, they all celebrated her birthday both days. There were cakes and singing and taking us out to lunch. It was crazy. Her family is in Tonga and they weren't able to send her anything because of costs, and so it was really good for her to be with all the tongans in Ontario. This way she had someone celebrate with us.
Well I think that is all the updating for today. Nothing much else going on besides moving. I was super sad to leave Ontario because so many of the really good friends I have made on my mission were all in Ontario. And they all stayed and I left. But it should be good. I am excited for this change. I don't like change so I think that Heavenly Father is making me get used to it. Kinda crazy.
Well I hope you have a good week. I hope all goes well at home. Try to keep Gislene out of trouble. Give Maggie a hug for me. And I will see you all in 6 weeks!