Monday, August 8, 2016

Week 10 ~ Brussels, castles, and knocking--All day erry day


This week was crazy to say the least! Zuster Cathers got emergency transferred to Enschede! A sister had to go home so Zuster Cathers was transferred to be the other sisters companion for the rest of the transfer. She was great and I really miss her! But Zuster Merz and I still have a blast working together. I love Zuster Merz! 

I also went to Brussels this week! Our MTC group met in Leiden and then took a 2 1/2 hour road trip in a van down to Brussels to do paperwork. We only could stay for an hour-- just long enough to get Belgian waffles, frites, and do paperwork. It was a lot of fun though! We get to return in a couple weeks and stay a bit longer to sight see. 

On P-day we went to a castle with the elders in Utrecht. It was so beautiful! We also knocked one day in the centrum and it was so fun because all the buildings are beautiful!! There was one building with a sign that said it was from 1583!

We met some awesome people knocking and gave away four Books of Mormon! We also visited some less actives and did service :) Sunday was the best when Debbie and Peter, two less actives, showed up to church! Yes! One of our investigators, Francis, has been on vacation for the past couple weeks in England. It's crazy here because in the summer literally everyone just picks up and goes on vacation for a month. It makes missionary work a little more difficult. Anyway, we got a text from Francis saying that he visited the LDS center in London! We were so excited. 

Missionary work is seriously the greatest thing in the world. It can be hard sometimes, and it's a lot of work, but it is the most rewarding. Helping others come unto Christ is the best! You can just see the happiness it brings into their lives. 

I hope everyone has an amazing week.
Ik houd van jullie!

Zuster Fordiani

1-4 The castle we visited last p-day!

1- Belgian waffle babay!
2,3- Rainy/blurry pictures from Brussels. Sorry not sorry
4,5,6- Knocking in the centrum! Utrecht is beautiful!

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