Hi everyone!~

This is going to be the last post from me directly because I am leaving for the MTC early tomorrow morning.
I'm going to do my best to try to correspond with everyone, but I have a limited amount of time to do so.  If you can find the time, please go ahead and send me an email at the address I gave on Facebook.  (You may want to wait two days or so which would give me time to set it all up.)

I also wanted to let everyone know that is a GREAT resource available to you.  By registering, you can write letters that will be delivered for free!  (Yay, no postage!)  But what I think is the best part of all, is that because the Philippines Tacloban mission uses a pouch service, you can send letters to me in the Philippines and its STILL free!

I bought a lot of EFY (Especially for Youth) songs earlier today because that's the only music I'm going to be listening to for 18 months besides the hymns, and I figure that I'll want as much of a variety as possible.  However, it's not like music will be playing 24/7, so just having something playing will be nice.

I was set apart as a missionary today at 5 o'clock.  It was really nice to have my family with me, and to hear the advice of my stake president.  One thing that he said was that junior companions have a responsibility to always support and give strength to their senior companion.  I had never really thought about it before, but it sounded like a very solid piece of advice.  I plan to adhere to it when I can.

I am a tad nervous about tomorrow, but most of that comes because I'm not sure what I'm going to be doing the first day.  Once I get the schedule down, it'll probably be easier to digest.

Farewell for now.  The next installment will be soon I hope. :)


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I am a LDS sister missionary serving in the Philippines Tacloban area. I made this blog so that I may share my experiences with my friends and loved ones and anyone who may need to hear my story. My sister will be updating this blog with letters that I'll be writing home.