Sister Lund

Follow Lori and her LDS Mission in Brazil

True servants of God January 2, 2012

Filed under: Brasil — companion of honor @ 8:40 PM

Happy New Year!

Congrats on making it all the way to midnight! There sure was no question as to when the clock struck midnight here. It sounded like world war 3 was happening on our street. It actually made me laugh because I remembered freshman summer the boys of budge hall had to leave their dorm because it was in the “fall out zone” for the stadium of fire, yeah pretty sure a fall out zone does not exist in this country when it comes to fire works. It sure was pretty though!
That´s too bad I´ll just miss Aaron. It sounds like visas come through better this time of year so hopefully he won’t have a problem. I forgot, which mission in brazil is he coming to?
Yay for a BYU victory! Good luck to Jake Heaps in the future but I’m pretty stoked to be back in the stands next year!!
Random story from the week. We were doing contacts close to the church one afternoon and a car drives by and honks, we wave but don’t think much of it (I didn’t actually see who it was). A few minutes later we hear a booming voice from behind us saying that these two young women are true servants of God and that their message will change your life. We turned and who happens to be behind us? President Martins! He was in the area for an interview with another stake and decided to come help us with our contact after he saw us on the street. The woman didn’t live in our area but it sure was an unforgetable contact for us! We say every day that we’re representatives of Jesus Christ but out of no where to hear your mission president say that to the person you’re doing a contact with really makes you stop and think about what you’re saying.
Hope you all have a great week! Love you lots and lots!
Love,
Sister Lund
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