Bonjour!!!!!French phrases stuck in my head that won't leave after 4 days in a French area:
Sister Olson: "...et c'est comme tater tots, mais c'est fait de chick peas."
It's certainly intimidating to speak French to people when I don't have much of a French background at all, but it's humbling and it's a good experience. I want to learn as much as I can though, and I'm working hard to get there.
We have a baptism coming up at the end of the month. We are excited!
Coming back to this ward yesterday was AMAZING. It was like a mini homecoming almost. It feels soooo good to be back. And it was crazy, because when I first got to Moncton as a brand new missionary, we started teaching a part-member family with two boys, and they got baptized soon after I was transferred from Moncton, and so yesterday the older boy got sustained to receive the Aaronic Priesthood which was THE COOLEST THING EVER. I don't think I've ever been so proud in my life. I just really love being a missionary.
(For those who would like to read a little bit more, pop on over to Sister Gochnour's blog! --Sister L's Mom)
|(This photo was sent from the Elder Erickson's mom.)|
The next two photos were taken from Sister Gochnour's blog
Sister Gochnour's caption under this photo was: "I will be forever grateful for this amazing missionary Sister Lewis."