Another week gone. According to mission years I am 68. Old and decrepit. :) So crazy week this week. We are now a trio. It is Sister Eppel and I and now also Sister Gass. Good old emergency transfer. There have now been 5 sister emergency transfers in the past week. And Sister Eppel is throwing up sick this morning. So life is excellent! A lot of the sisters have been getting sick this transfer. At least 4 had to go to the ER. One was throwing up blood. :O They are all doing better now. Sister Curtis even goes over and sits with them while they are sick and takes care of them. Like an awesome mother that I used to know. :D They think it was crazy food poisoning. Being a Sister Training Leader is intense. So many sisters are having problems with their companions. It will be okay though. I love them all, so I just hug them as they cry on exchanges and help them to problem solve so things will get better.
Sister Gass has been out 9 weeks now. Came from Burley. From California. 20 years old. The rest of this transfer is going to be interesting. Her old companion is now training a Tongan sister that came into the field last week. The MTC got confused. It happens I guess. :) It must be run by humans or something.
We got 5 new investigators this week! Two are from Micronesia, and a man in our family ward just happened to serve his mission there and is fluent in Chuukese. Miracles baby! We are doing a lent type of thing on top of the fast we did to find new investigators this month. I gave up candy and chocolate for the rest of the transfer. I have been strong since we started on Tuesday. It's working!!! :O Not even drinking hot chocolate... It's for the GG, the Greater Good. ;)