Sunday, 30 August 2015

Today's Church Experience at Brassall Ward

I attended Brassall Ward with my Dad this morning and it was a good day.
You may ask me "Why was it a good day today?"

My answer is, The moment after my Dad handshook the Sister Missionaries in Brassall Ward to walk in and as I was hugging a Sister Missionary and my friend Sister Grawrock was surprised. 

She mentioned something like "Megan, I finally get to meet you. How are you?" I was so surprised because of her reaction. I hugged her other companion as she has two companions. I am sure it has made her morning.
Me and Sister Grawrock 
During Sacrament, I was able to see my Close Friend Sophia, she shared her little bit about her mission and her testimony. She served her mission in Sydney South Mission for the last 18 months. The only contact that me and her communicated during her mission was through emails.

I remembered mentioning "I miss you so much." through emails a lot. 
After Sacrament and after some members hugged her to welcomed her back home; it was so good to see her again after 18 months and chatted to her for awhile. 
Me and Sophia M
Sophia knows that I go to the Temple a lot and she suggested for me and her to do Temple Sessions together sometime. I immediately got happy and excited. I can't wait to go to the Temple with Sophia.

I even mentioned to her today that I got my licence, a manual licence. She seemed so happy that I got my licence. I remembered when she left for her mission, I was still on my learners. Wow, that just approves me how time went so fast. 

Within the next upcoming weeks, I will have a few other friends coming home from their 18 months missions who left either not long before or not long after Sophia left for her mission. I have been noticing that time has been going so fast when I am not keeping an eye on the time. 

I don't know if Sophia will ever read this post but if you are my Close Friend Sophia Manutulila, if you ever read this post; WELCOME HOME! 
That's all from me for now. Stay tuned until next time. 

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