Sunday, May 19, 2013

Mother's Day

Boy what an incredible week it has been. We were able to hit 17 lessons last week which was so great considering we had 7 last week! And to top it all off, I got to see all of you! I loved it. It was just the refresher I needed to tell you the truth. Being able to see Grant and Tacy was so wonderful. What two beautiful children! I love em!
Well I guess I'll tell you about my week. The things I didn't get to tell you on skype or forgot to mention. I finallly got to have a relaxing p-day because there's not much to do down here. So I was able to make t shirts and do a couple of other things. We headed down to Little Egg Harbor and found a couple of less active people we were able to talk to. The less actives down here that are willing to listen are great and I can't wait to really begin working with them and seeing that they need to come back to church and remember their baptismal covenants. It's so great! We met a GREAT couple that really wants to come to church but they don't have a car so transportation is difficult but they are great. That's a problem down here is people don't have cars to get around.
Tuesday we had our first district meeting and it was so great. Elder Benson is a great district leader. Plus he's from Kaysville, he's got to be awesome haha but really though he's so cool! We went to a chinese buffet after as a district which was really fun to get to know them better. I love every district I've been in. :) Traveling to and from all these meetings take up so much time. But it has to be done. We went out and found a couple more less active people and were able to talk to them. But I did tell you about the new investigators we met. JUSTIN BIEBER fans! Totally. They gave me a Justin Bieber action figure. Love em already. And they're looking for a church so hopefully everything will go great with them!
Wednesday was another good day. We were able to walk around a lot which was really nice. This story is great...(until the end) haha bear with me. So we were walking down the street and I saw a kid shooting some hoops, he was a young one, so I didn't challenge him (he probs would've beaten me) but I asked if I could shoot it. His dad was sitting outside watching him so we started talking to him and pulled out a new Book of Mormon. His wife just about came running out of her house saying "are you handing out pamplets?" And I said we're handing out Book of Mormon's, he went inside but we started talking to her and she was saying how prideful she was and how she needed to be humble. I was thinking about Ether 12:27 and started flipping to it and stopped in Nephi and I guess some Elder had began to study pride and humility in the Book of Mormon, exactly what she was talking about. She was so surprised to see that! We shared with her the scripture and then she asked when we could come back. We set up an appointment for the next day but unfortunately she called and canceled because it wasn't what she believed. :( But now she has a Book of Mormon and can look at those few markings about pride and humility. An answer to her prayer. It was so cool. We went and visited with an active member, an older woman and she is so awesome! Such a saint. She was baptized about 10 years ago and has a solid testimony. And ps I failed to wish Elly a Happy Birthday this past week on Skype but happy birthday elly!
Thursday was another fantastic day! We went to the Relief Society meeting with the two relief society sisters in the presidency. Two older woman and both fireballs! Sister Jackson the RSP is so awesome! We ate kiesh and it was pretty good. We talked about the sisters and how we can help and then they started getting onto a chastity conversation and started saying all these funny things about chastity and all this sort of stuff. I was busting up laughing! Sister Jackson kept looking over and me and snickering because I was laughing. A moment I'll never forget. In conclusion she said "so what you're trying to say is there's life outside the bedroom." Boy, have I heard some interesting things on my mission! Haha we also met another less active and a new investigator. The work here is slowing moving forward.
Friday was more finding people. We met some more less active families and it was really nice. I can't wait to see them again and help them even more. I'll continue to say how much less active work there is down here. And I'm ready to do it.
Saturday we went and helped a member clean her house. It was really fun. She's another crazy one but so awesome! Our branch president has been sick so we made brownies for them and went and visited with his wife. She's so great. Saturday like I said was POURING rain, I wish I could've just danced around in it but I'll save that for later. I love the weather out here. I haven't hit the bad humidity yet but I'm sure it's coming.
Sunday of course was mothers day, we had a great sacrament meeting where the young women talked about their mothers. It made me realize how awesome my mother is! I loved it. And then of course I got to see all of you! And that was the refresher I needed. :) I'm so grateful for the Roberson's for letting us skype at their house. They are awesome and they fed us awesome burgers and potato salad and beans. I love them so much already! Again, thanks for all you're examples to me. I love all of you so much! I know this church is true. I know our Savior loves us so much! Missions are the best things ever! God be with you til we meet again! Can't wait to hear from you all next week! :)
Sister Taylor

Barnegat address

Let me begin first with my new address: 900 Barnegat Blvd N Apt 1401 Barnegat NJ 08005 Well well well.....luckily we now have two hours for email because I'm pretty sure this one is going to be so long. So much has goodness. Lets just begin with answering mom and dads questions. My brithday last week was good. Not what I was typically thinking but oh well. I'm on a mission. I spent most of the time in a car driving from zone meeting back and forth. I'm now serving in the Barnegat area and boy is it DOWN SOUTH! Like in the boonies. So it takes about an hour in a half just to get to any meetings. But oh well. We did our studies and then went out and found a less active lady and talked to her...that was my birthday. I'll tell you more about the area in just a sec.
To answer your questions mom: I haven't recieved the package yet. Now that I'm so far down south it'll take a little bit longer to get packages but just send all my packages to the mission office. It's safer there.
Sister Ward is still up in New City and she is training. It's crazy to think my trainee is now training. But she's doing such an incredible job. Honestly. I didn't even need to train her. She's amazing and I miss her a whole lot! :( If you see her mom, tell her there's no need to worry, she's gonna do great.
And yes, there was a trio up in New City and they are all amazing. Luckily Elder Benson got transferred down south here so he's still my district leader. I'll send pictures of them....that's another thing...there's going to be a ton of pictures!
Not everyone can email me I don't think. We'll just keep it to the people that have my address. I don't know why they changed the time but I ain't complainin' haha.
Skyping on Sunday...I'm really hoping we'll be able to skype. The branch mission leader might be home and might not but we're going to try a few other people, because I'd really like to see everyone rather than hear. I'm thinking I'll be calling around 5 your time so 7 here. Hope that works. I'm writing Kimber right now so we can def plan it out.
I've been to all the fear busters since I've gotten here and now I'm way down south I wish I woulda recorded it last time but if I go again I'll def record it for you. It's pretty cool. And downtown Newark is crazy. A LOT of people waiting for the buses and a lot of traffic. Like no where I've ever been haha.
That's exciting for Elyse Christiansen. It's so cool to see all these younger ones get their calls.
Now for dads questions: The past week was good. I'm now training two new sisters. Sister Page from Dayton Idaho and Sister Waddoups from Moore Idaho. I call her Sister Wad-up. :) We're serving in Barnegat, which is the most south part of the mission. I went from the most North part of the mission all the way down to the most Southern. And it's definintely southern..... :/ I'll tell you more later.
I don't know about the Sister leader trainer position. They called three for this new transfer and they'll probs be getting more soon. There's probs about 60 sisters now. That's a rough estimate...
Now onto this past week..
We went to the fear buster on Monday night and it was the biggest group of missionaries this mission has ever had. 30 total came out. So if you could imagine about 60 missionaries in a circle singing called to serve. Totes legit! I was fear busting a sister from Fruit Heights...Sister Clark, she's in Elder Benson's ward and also a sister from the Philippines, Sister Trias. It was a really good experience we were able to talk to a man and he was really appreciative about our message. We got back to New City and went right over to Tivynna's and she surprised us with dinner. The elders came over as well and we had a good time. It was really bitter sweet thinking back on it. I miss New City. We went and said goodbye to Elder and Sister Kay, like my grandparents out here and they gave us cinnamon rolls. I'll send pictures of everything. It was Sister Ward and I's last night and it was hard. I miss her so much. Goobs.
Tuesday we went to a trainers meeting with all the new missionaries and that was really good. We ate lunch and got to know the new missionaries better. We got paired up and like I mentioned before my new companions are Sister Page and Sister Waddoups both from Idaho. They're pretty cool. Transfer conference began and we found out we were going to Barnegat...There were so many new areas opened up to Sisters. I'm not in zone 6 and there's so many new sisters in zone 6 its great. Zone conference ended and we got all of our stuff situated and tried to find our car and all that jazz. We tried to stuff all our possessions in our car and had Sister Page buried in all our stuff. It was pretty great. We started our way down to Barnegat and didn't get down there and situated until 10 pm. It was a crazy drive down there.
Wednesday we woke up and did our studies and then went and got food because we had none. We got a little more aquainted with our area. We went to a less-actives house and got to know her. We then went to Young Womens and met them. They are so awesome. I love em already. The young womens president reminds me of Janine Brown. Haha.
So thursday...was my birthday, also Liz Dicou's wedding! Congrats! and like I mentioned before it was driving most of the day. We had a great zone meeting in Eatontown, our zone leaders our Elder Miguel and Elder T. Smith from Bountiful, Sadie Love's brother! Holla! We talked about prayer and repentance and it was a really good meeting. We got to go to pizza after (my choice because it was my brithday) and it was some of the best pizza I've ever had. We drove back did our studies and then went and met another less-active lady. That's all we've met so far. There's a LOT of work to be done here.
Friday we went to our Branch Missionary leaders house and they are so great! The Roberson's, hopefully we can skype at their house. He cooked us breakfast and it was delicious. We talked about the branch and what we can do. There's going to be a lot of less-active work done here and I'm so excited! That's the type of missionary I feel I to help the less actives more.. :) We went and met a member of the branch. Wanda Romero. Crazy awesome member. The people we've met so far have been crazy but really cool. I'll tell stories when I get home. Definitely. hahaa
Saturday we were trying to get weekly planning done because our week got messed up. We were really trying to get to know the area better so we took quite a bit of time on that. We went to go help another less active member...I helped her move a lot of rocks. Kinda pointless but whatevs. She's was crazy too..but great. We planned the rest of the night.
Sunday was interesting...I've been having a difficult time down here so far. Not really knowing why I'm down here. But church completely hit home for me. We had a PEC meeting and then church began. I counted the people in the chapel...19 total people there. Including us missionaries. We began by singing Now Let Us Rejoice and the spirit in the room was the strongest I've ever felt at church. I looked up while singing the song and had deja vu. No lie. I'd been there before. It was a confirmation to me that this is where I'm supposed to be. We partook of the sacrament and then testimony meeting. I got up and bore my testimony and teared up. It was really spiritual and I've never felt the spirit that long and that strong in my life. The rest of church was great. Now I have to tell you about our Relief Society President. She's such a fireball. I love her so much. Sister Jackson. When she saw us for the first time we jumped up and down and practically screamed because sisters are here. SHe's quite old but still got spunk. She's hilairous. We went over for dinner and had such a great time. She's the best and sooooo funny! I'm sure I'll have a quote book from her by the end of my time here in Barnegat.
Well. I hope this answers your questions and gives you a little bit more information about where I'm at and such. This area down here is gorgeous. Pictures to come. It's still a tough transition to be down here. I'm grateful for this gospel and the direction I have in my life from living it. I love all of you so much. Happy Birthday to Elly this Wednesday! I hope she has a great day. You're always in my prayers. God Bless. I'll SEE you next week hopefully. If I can't skype just be ready for a call. But hopefully it'll be around 5 your time. Loves! Peace!
Love, Sister Christine Taylor

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Another Transfer

Well, don't be sending any more mail to my address here up in New York, because I'm leaving again tomorrow! I can't believe it....things are getting crazy but it's so exciting. I'll tell you more about it later but I'm going to a completely new area and training two I better get some extra prayers this week haha. Anyway, The Church is so true. I love being a member of Christ's church...I had a fabulous week and am going to tell you all about it!
Last Monday it was Sister Ward and I's first relaxing P-day where we didn't have anything planned and it was fabulous. We were able to write letters and get some things done. I did recieve a few pieces of mail from some people but I'm not going to open them up until my birthday. We had the Elders come over and we just chatted with them. There are some awesome Elders up here, Elder Cuevas, Giglio and Benson are so great! I'm going to miss serving up here with them. We went out after P-day ended and taught a couple people we weren't planning on so it was pretty sweet! 
Tuesday I turned into a Hermana por la dia y noche. I went on an exchange with the Paterson Sisters and went to speak-a da spanish in Paterson. I didn't speak much but it was a lot better than last time I went there. I was able to understand more what the spanish members were saying so that was a plus. I was able to bear my testimony in English so that was cool. District Meeting was a sad was our last one as that district and I really became so close with the missionaries in the district. Elder Benson was such a great district leader. The exchange was great. It's weird, because I get so comfortable in my apartment and then when I go to another area its such a change. But if there's one thing I learned out here, is change is good and needs to happen sometimes. :)
Wednesday was great. We exchanged back and went and visited with Anne. I'm going to miss her so much too. She's incredible and so funny. We had correlation with our Ward Mission Leader and then went to the library to find out that we now have two hours for emails every p-day! holla! I was so stoked. We went to go try and find people but not much success so we went to the church to play basketball for mutual. It was a lot of fun, the boys here are pretty cool! Like you'll probably hear many times. I'm going to miss the people here. I've grown close to a few of them... :/ 
Thursday was another AMAZING day. We taught quite a few people. I have a testimony that God puts people in our path for a reason. It's so apparent when you're out on your mission. We went and taught our new investigator Leydi, she's going to be baptized. She's so incredible. I'm really really going to miss her so much. I felt like I needed to meet her and so I'm so happy we did. She gets it and says everything makes sense. It was kinda tough to say goodbye to her..We then went to a less active ladies house and was able to really help her understand that things happen for a reason. We were able to watch the Will of God Mormon Message with her and after it was over. She was like "wow"...the spirit in the lesson was so strong and it was really cool to let the spirit guide the lesson and what Sister Ward and I needed to say. I'm so grateful for the spirit in lessons. Next we went and tried to do some planning and then went to another appointment with an investigator. As we were walking to her house we met a man named Mike that is going through a lot of tough trials. We shared the Book of Mormon with him and was able to bear our testimonies that we know the Church is true and it will help him through all his problems. I'm so blessed for where I grew up and all the blessings I was given. It's incredible. We had a great lesson with our invesitgator and it was a kinda do or die appointment. She prayed with us right then and there and it was such a sincere prayer. She neeeds to find out for herself if this is the path God wants her on. We went to another less actives house and tried to see what we could do to get it back to church. Thursday night we went back to Mike and Carol's house and had dinner with them again. (The couple from the plane). I wish I could stay here longer to truly help them but God needs me somewhere else. But I know that I did my job with them, I've exposed them to the gospel and now they know. They truly are such an amazing couple and I will miss them dearly. We got home and thought calls to be trainers was going to be that night but found out President was calling on Friday instead. So the anticipation had to wait another day. I honestly didn't think I was going to be called to train again.
Friday was awesome. We went to a less-actives home and read with him and his wife. It was really cool to see how interested the wife was in the Book of Mormon. That's all that we did with them was read with them. That's powerful when we do that. I love it. We went to Tivynna's and boy is that girl awesome! She was so prepared to be baptized and is going to be a wonderful member. I had her sign a t-shirt I bought from the play she was in so I could always remember. We got home and got a call from President that I'll be doubled-in and training two new missionaries. I had a slight freak out session. But then President had me hand the phone to Sister Ward to inform her that she too will be training a new missionary. It's really cool to see that, after she's been here for 11 short weeks she will impact another sisters life! I love it. I'm truly going to miss serving with Sister Ward but she's going to do amazing things. Plus, it's such a bonus that we're from the same home town...Best friends!!! :) 

So Saturday we had a training meeting and it was really good. There's a whole lot of missionaries training and it's so exciting. We're getting 30 new missionaries in today and God is hastening his work! There's a couple other sisters who are double training as well. We had lunch and then headed back to our area. We went over to Anne's to kinda say good-bye as well as another member. It's so crazy to leave here. I just got here! hahaha 

Sunday was good. I want to give a shout out to Melissa. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! We're the same age!!!! :)+ I love going to church to be able to partake of the sacrament and renew my covenants I made with our Heavenly Father. It's been such a blessing to me out here to see the change in my attitude during the sacrament. It is sacred. We had to sit in with the young woman because they didn't have a teacher and we watched the Joseph Smith movie...boy did that movie hit me like a ton of bricks. Tears came to my eyes as we watched the end of the video with Joseph in Carthage Jail. I know Joseph Smith is a prophet of God and he restored Christ's church back onto the earth today. Boy am I grateful for him. We had dinner and FHE with a member family and it was so cool to see the little kids interact and learn about the holy Ghost. We then went and said goodbye to another family. I've been trying to pack and just like I did when I left on my mission...i tend to put it off until the night before. I don't like packing up my things and leaving...but it has to be done.
Today has been great. We're going to the fear buster once again. 6 out of 6 for me. It's going to be memorable that's for sure. Having 60 young missionaries sing called to serve in downtown Newark is truly a sight to see. I can't wait! We also went and said good-bye to Leydi and it was really hard. She's impacted my life and we've only met like 3 times. It's powerful when the right people come into your life. I love it. I love this work. I love this gospel. It is the ONLY way to make it back to live with our Father in Heaven. 
I love missionary work. I got a letter from Sister Thompson in Seattle and asked how I'm always so positive and excited about this work. I just love it. I love being an example every where I go. People notice us as children of god. Sister Ward and I were walking down the street and stopped to talk to a young woman. Before we left she said "I saw both of you walking down the street and knew you were woman of God" That's so cool to know every where we go we're noticed. I'm about to finish the Book of Mormon again tomorrow and I can testify I know the Book of Mormon is true. I know it helps us in our life. I love reading it and sometimes I don't want to put it down. I love all of you and again am so grateful for your support!
I'll have to get you my new address next week so for now just send things (if any) to the mission office. Transfers are tomorrow, things are happening. i'll let you know next week where I'm at! Love you all. Pray for all of you! God bless you this week.
Sister Christine Taylor

Friday, May 3, 2013


Well I'm partially upset because I left my planner with what I was going to write about so hopefully I'll be able to remember all the things that I was going to say! This week we had our first BAPTISM!!!!! And boy was it incredible. Just like all the other emails I'll get to yesterday but for now we'll start with Monday last week. OH yeah before I forget last week Sister Ward and I were in Sunday School with the youth and we were the only two white people in the whole class. Talk about awesome. It's truly so cool to see the diversity in the church. After emails last Monday we went down to the Goodwill in Jersey with Sister Kay and I picked up a few more gems. I can't wait to bring home some of these clothes and wear them there. We went to Walmart and came back and went to Tivynna, and taught her the lessons again. She is so prepared. I love her so much. More about her later. After we went to Eli and Emanuel's, our other recent converts and taught them. They recieved the priesthood last Sunday and it was so cool to see how happy they were. I'm so grateful for the young men in the ward and there example. We went back and went to talk to Anne, she showed us a photo album of her life. It was really cool to see all those pictures from her growing up. Anne is an incredible daughter of God. Sister Ward and I love her so much!
Tuesday was great! We were able to go to District meeting. It was a small district meeting because Sister Wright went home and it was just the New City Missionaries and Sister Boshard. But it was a great district meeting. Elder Benson is such a great district leader. Totally gnars. We went to visit Ricardo again on Tuesday and he was so happy. He's such a great guy. Tuesday night we went over to another members house and were able to talk and help her get ready to go spend a month in Vienna. Totes jealous but she's going to visit her daughter and relax. She cooked us food and guess what we had....talapia. Never thought I'd eat it but the way she cooked it, it tasted so good. Maybe by the time I get back from my mission I'll be okay with seafood. Who knows. She's a wonderful woman with a wonderful testimony. It's weird because transfers are coming up this next week and Sister Ward and I honestly don't know whats going to happen. If we both stay or if one of us leave. We're very curious to see how this week plays out.

Wednesday was one of the coolest days! We did our studies and then went to correlate with the Elders what apartment area we want to go start tracting. Not our favorite finding technique but it worked. We went to go visit one of our members and she wasn't there so we decided to go tracting in an apartment complex. Its so cool to see the Lord work. We started knocking on doors and got some return appointments. We also had a contact in Spanish...bahahah that was funny but we got a return appointment for the Elders. We then went to knock on a door. The lady opened up the door and had just gotten out of the shower. We decided to wait until she came back and I'm so glad we did. She opened up the door and let us right in. She began to tell us she's looking for a new church and so we invited her to church on Sunday (unfortunately her parents came into town so she didn't make it but she's going to be baptized.) We began to teach her the restoration and gave her a Book of Mormon and everything. She told us she'd been praying to God for a new church to go to and then we showed up at her door. Definitely driven by the spirit. We invited her to be baptized when she found out it was true and she said yes! We have to visit her again and teach her but she's truly incredible. Her names Leydi and she has a nine year old son. Goll, I could see her being the young womans president or something. She's great! We talked to a few others and went to another members home. The parking at her complex was horrendous so I decided we should go to our next appointment because we didn't have her right number. Then she called us and asked where we were. So we went back found parking and had dinner with her and her two kids, twins a boy and a girl. It was really cool to hear her story from Haiti and how she became a member. The food we ate too was really good! I like Haitian food. We went to Tivynna and taught her more, to refresh her mind because she's been taught everything.
Thursday we had weekly planning and went to practice for our songs. Sister Ward was playing the piano in sacrament and we were singing a song for Tivynna's baptism. Yup, both Sister Ward and I sang in front of people for her baptism. We sang stand in holy places by Jenny Phillips and it was really good. More about that later too. :) I really love that song. We went and saw our new investigator, Brent who's 9, he's great and so sweet!
Friday we had some more practice with our songs to be ready for Sunday. We had our Relief Society president out with us and it was really good to have her out. We went and visited a lady in the hospital that had a stroke. Her mother really didn't want us there so we shared a quick scripture and got out of there. Then we went and visited a spanish member of our ward in a nursing home and tried to understand spanish. It didn't work that well but it was so sweet. He began singing 'We Thank Thee O God...' It was so good to feel his spirit. We then went to a less-actives house that Sister Pena knew and was able to be an answer to her prayer. She woke up that day and told her husband she was going to go to the Mormon church on Sunday and then we showed up and told her we missed her at church. She was there yesterday! :) We went and taught Tivynna a few commandments, Chastity, Word of Wisdom, Tithing. She's so awesome! We went and visited another less active member and taught him about faith and prayer. It's so cool to be out here. Even if I'm not baptizing everyone I come in contact with I'm strengthening them and helping them come closer to Christ, and that's my purpose. I love it. We went and said hi to Anne after that. It was a packed day full of teaching. I love it.
Saturday was another fabulous day! It was a service day! And boy was it cool. We went to Paterson and then to Clifton to go help clean up a park. There were about 60 missionaries that went down there. We began by picking up little pieces of garbage. I was picking up some stuff and some Sisters asked me to come help them...and I walked over here I heard something hiss and looked over to find a Gooose, laying on her eggs. Luckily she was behind the fence so she couldn't attack me but she was hissing hard core at me. I'll send a picture. We continued to clean up branches from the Hurricane and then I started walking down the bank of the Passaic River and there was SO MUCH garbage, so much beer bottles, vodka bottles, whiskey, rum, all that kinda stuff. It was sad to see all the garbage. There were tons of balls and shoes and teddy bears all from the hurricane. I also found a dead turtle. :( It stunk so bad. Pictures will be included. I love serving. After we were done we sang called to serve. We also got shirts from it. I'm getting so many shirts from my mission! T-shirt blanket! Holla! After service we cleaned up and went to go teach Tivynna one last time before her baptism. The Elders came with us so they could interview her. She passed with flying colors. We continued to talk and then started talking about our baptism days. The spirit that came into the room was so incredible. We all shared and it was really cool to see everyone's experience was unique and was there own. I asked her if she kept a journal and told her to write a few thoughts down on Sunday before her baptism and then Sunday night after. I wish I was good at writing when I was 8 so I could go back and remember but I remember the feelings that day. I began to say some thing and was prompted to have her bear her testimony, she got a little nervous and said she never bore it before. She said she knew this church is where she needs to be. The spirit was so strong and tears began to well up in her eyes. It was so cool to see her realize that she is a daughter of God and this is where she needs to be. I loved that! We finished the lesson and it was powerful. Sister Ward and I are so grateful we were able to be here for her.
Sunday was great! Sister Ward played the piano in sacrament and Tivynna was baptized! The feeling I felt yesterday was so great. It was a peace. I did get a little nervous when Sister Ward and I sung but it was cool to sing for Tivynna. She has been coming to church since she was young and was taught since she was 8 and never baptized until now, 16. And it's so cool to see that Sister Ward and I were here for that. So many missionaries have come and gone and now she's finally entered into the gate of eternal life. I'm so blessed to be here. The baptism was great. The food after was good as well. I know this church is true. I know God lives. I know he loves us. I know Joseph Smith saw God the Father and his son Jesus Christ. I know the Book of Mormon is the word of God. I'm just about to finish it again and I can't wait to get that re-affirmation that it's true! I love being a missionary. I love serving my Savior. It's crazy I passed my 7 month mark this passed week. Time is FLYING by! I love all of you so much. I'm so grateful for all the support you've given me. I'm grateful for the atonement of Jesus Christ. Hope everyone's week will be fantastic as I know mine will be. :) Miracles happen eerrryday! Look for them!
Love you all!
Sister Christine Taylor
ps.I colored my hair again! :)