30,000 feet. It was an adventure. My companion had never been on a plane
before so it was very EXCITING for her. She loved it. Getting to Reno was
the best part. As we came down the stairs President & Sister Hermensem
were waiting for us at the bottom with huge smiles on their faces. We were
driven back to the mission home & had lunch. We got to sit and listen to
everyone talk for forever ( it felt like forever but in reality it was like
3ish hours) I got to talk to President by myself & he knew exactly who I
was because of the slight delay that I had in getting here ( He talked to
everyone to see where they should go and who their trainer should be).
Finally the time came to find out our area and who our trainer would be. I
am in the Greenville Area & no I am not in Nevada. I am in the beautiful
state of California. I am 5ish hours from where I lived for 10 years. My
trainer is Sister Krupa & she has lived everywhere but home for right now
is Idaho Falls. Quick funny story she went to BYUI during the fall
semester & lived at the Ivy & she was in the same building I was in just
one floor up. We both thought that was interesting.
Greenville is the middle of nowhere California, but I do have to say that
it is beautiful here & I am glad that I am here in this tiny town. It kind
of makes me miss what I once knew so being back in tiny is good for me.
Another thing that is a little cool is that Sister Krupa & I are opening
this area. They have never had missionaries just in Greenville before.
The missionaries have always been shared but now Greenville has their own.
We were doubled transferred ( meaning that neither one of us has ever been
here before). We are starting from scratch which is a challenge but
totally worth it. Guess how big the ward is......there were a whole 30
people at sacrament yesterday. If we get 10 more people there Greenville
is going to need a bigger building. haha! (Sister Krupa said that I am
the only greenie opening an area. That is scary)!!!!! :)
We are living with members & it is different. Good but different! We are
living in the attic.
I love you & I hope that you all are doing well.
love Sister Green:)
This is the view she wakes up to every morning!
Here she is with her MTC companion