If there is one thing I have learned on my mission it is that change is inevitable. And sometimes it's not very fun.
Look what we found in our back yard in Georgetown...
There were gators in your backyard?!
That is a little creepy, probably not many stray cats or dogs.
hehe... Just kidding! they were at Brook Green Gardens.
When I went to Brook Green Gardens in Georgetown.
I've been driving since transfers but we aren't sure who is really senior comp. She has been out longer than me, but I was on the left of the screen at transfers. We haven't asked anyone about it yet. I'm okay with it though. I get to drive!
That's pretty much what's happened this week. I said goodbye to people in Georgetown and said hello to people in Gaston. Not very many people have been home, though. Something else I've had to adjust to- going from a branch to a ward. The whole church in Georgetown could fit in the chapel of this new building. I sorta liked it little...
So when change comes and it's kind of hard- pray and read your patriarchal blessing. It really helps. I've been doing a lot of that this week.
I love being a missionary. Even when it's hard. and requires a lot of change. Go to church. Read your scriptures. Say your prayers. Everything will work out.
Love, Sister Broadbent
We found this sign at the beach,
so we took pictures by it because
it is awkward.