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Sunday, January 17, 2016


I got transferred! I know that's nearly unheard of, since in the last 15 months I've only been transferred a whopping 1 time. 

I got transferred to Navarrete, which is in the same zone as Mao. I am also a Sister Training Leader (STL), which is a leadership position given to 6 sister missionaries in the mission to help other missionaries with whatever thing might happen. I am in charge of doing companionship exchanges, going to each area in my sisters' group to see the progress in the area and to give suggestions. I also have to go to leadership meetings in Sangtiago with President Castillo every few weeks. It's a little overwheming, but I can't express how excited I am to be here! 
My companion is Hermana Funes (pronounced Fooness). She's from El Salvador and is super cute and nice!

Last Friday in Jarabacoa we had our branch Christmas Party. The pork was good, but it was a little harder to eat when you could actually see the poor creature you were eating...

The Jarabacoa Branch President owns a restaurant and invited us to eat pizza last night for my last night in Jarabacoa. It was really yummy and was even better to share one last time with that awesome family. 

When we got home to the apartment last night we did some cleaning... Take a GOOD look at the kitchen. You'll know when you see it.

I'll miss serving with Hermana Peters in Jarabacoa. I might have been her "trainer," but I am pretty certain that I learned more from her than anyone else. She's now with Hermana Ririe, who has only one more transfer. They are going to take Jarabacoa up by storm!!!!

I love you all and miss you tons!!! I can't believe that it's already Christmas next week! I have a feeling that these last 2 transfers are going to be the best 2 transfers in the history of tranfers. 
Hermana Twiner

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