Week 21: Gore – Population 900.

Hey Family and Friends!

I’m now in Gore, Oklahoma. We got all settled in and things are going great so far! So Monday through Wednesday we basically just said bye to tons of people! It was so sad but it was a good week. I’m sending a lot of pictures in this email to make up for my lack of them in my last couple emails.
 I am with Sister Storrs and she is awesome! She has super curly red hair and she looks like Merida off of the movie Brave! It’s awesome! haha She is from Louisiana and she is a visa waiter. She has been out for 11 months and she has one more month waiting for her visa and then if she doesn’t get it then she’ll just be staying here for the rest of her mission. And she’s a Sister Training LEader so we will be going on a ton of exchanges. Which will be exciting. Also we have Traveling Sister Training Leaders who are coming on Wednesday to do splits with us. So that will be exciting.
We live in a house by ourselves. It’s so cool. It’s nice! Basically everyone is related here. They either have the last name Hubler or Hunt. It’s crazy! haha So we have basically just been trying to figure out the area for the past couple of days. The elders who left actually left the house clean and drew us maps and everything! We are super proud of them cause most elders do not do well when sisters come in. They did a good job though!
Guess what? I’m driving another truck! haha It’s so funny! There are only a few trucks in the mission and I happen to drive two of them.
Also when we got to the house we opened up the fridge cause we were hungry and there were no joke 20 bags of shredded cheese in the fridge. And then we opened the freezer and there were 5 pizzas and 4 half gallons of orange ice cream. The elders did not eat healthy! I have no clue why they needed so much cheese!! haha
Yesterday we were basically at church the whole day. It was crazy. We had church and then a potluck and a missionary fireside after that. We didn’t leave until 4! We have an investigator with a baptismal date. And we’re teaching an 8 year old Myah, her mom is less active and her dad’s not a member. She has a 6 year old sister and a 2 year old brother. They are so cute! I love teaching kids sooo soo much!! 🙂
Well that’s all i’ve got for this week!
I love and miss you all!!
Hurrah for Israel!
Sister Moon
(She sent the photos wrong, so maybe they will come next week)

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