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I LOVE TO SEE THE TEMPLE

Monday, 28 November 2016

It's just like . . . . the best!

Hello hello hello :) 

Wow. I don't even know how to start with this week! It was so good. If ever there was a perfect week on the mission, this one was almost there. (Only way it could've been better is if all our investigators got baptised haha). 

We started out the week with a few goodbyes for sister Mc, and visiting a ton of people. TONS of people. It was actually awesome because when we pulled the "this is her last week here" card, all of a sudden people had time to meet with us! Yay for transfers and bringing miracles. 

So on Tuesday....we had the longest day but it was actually really cool. We had to travel to Birmingham for the trainers meeting, so we woke up at the crack of dawn (4:45 am) in order to catch the right train to make it there on time for the 9:00 meeting. Oh my goodness we were exhausted. The meeting was amazing and got me super excited to train, and then we had to travel all the way back to Peterborough and we were exhausted. I actually had like zero motivation to talk to anyone (cause I was falling asleep) but I ended up speaking to the man sitting across from me for an HOUR and he was so cool! He is going to check out our website and stuff so that is awesome. 

Ok so I'm going to just skip to the weekend (cause this was the BEST). So on Saturday, the ward had a talent show which was awesome. And some of our less actives decided to do something in it, and they ROCKED it. Like...so good. And the ward just went up to everyone we had invited and fellowshipped them and made them feel at home and it was amazing. And then....ALL of the people we invited to the talent show came to church as well on Sunday! And LOVED it! And Helena came as well and we asked her how she liked it, and she said "I just feel so good after church, I am going to come every single week". It was awesome. Pretty much just everyone loved church and the less actives were just brought right back in and it was fantastic. I love the gospel! It is just like....the best. And it's the best when you get to see people you love so happy :) sister McAravey and I were just SO happy this week at how everything turned out, it was amazing. Life is good and the mission is awesome! 

Sorry I haven't written more, don't have a ton of time cause it's transfers tomorrowand sis MC has to pack and stuff! 

Love you all loads! 

~ Sister Emma Beazer ❤🇬🇧🇨🇦



e-mail anytime:
emma.beazer@myldsmail.net

send real mail to:
Sister Emma Beazer
16 Lime Kiln Close
West Park
Peterborough
PE3 9TN

or the Mission Home Address:
Sister Emma Beazer
England Birmingham Mission
187 Penns Lane
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
United Kingdom
B76 1JU


Dodge night. 

Root beer, pizza, and ranch = happiness






























When you buy your companion
a surprise early Christmas present
















Christmas lights!!!
















People 

we love

in

Peterborough


























































When you have a meeting in Birmingham
and have to wake up at 4:45 to get there in time...
















Happy days in Peterborough
















The moustache life haha



Monday, 21 November 2016

"Miracles and blessings, miracles and blessings, God will pour them on us like salad dressing" - Elder Clayton

Dear Family and Friends,

Hello hello hello :) 

"Miracles and blessings, miracles and blessings, God will pour them on us like salad dressing" - Elder Clayton

This week has indeed been filled with miracles and with blessings! Oh my goodness, I am so blessed. First of all...some transfer dodge. So transfers are next Tuesday (the 29th) and....I got a call last night and...I will be training a brand new missionary! So it looks like Peterborough will be my last area and I will have a greenie for my last 2 transfers :) oh happy day! So that's a bit crazy, I'm excited and nervous and can't wait for that adventure! My poor new daughter doesn't know what's coming haha. As sister McAravey says "this chick is crazy!" But we will definitely be working hard these next 2 transfers. 

But wait...there is more! This week we have seen AMAZING miracles! First of all, we are teaching the cutest little lady named Helena. She is from East Timor (I swear we are teaching so many people from East Timor) and she LOVES her saviour Jesus Christ. AND she decided to prepare to get baptised before Christmas!! AH! We are so excited for her. So that was a huge miracle that came from all our finding efforts the last couple weeks.

We also were able to teach a lady named Brenda from Nigeria that we found a couple weeks ago. We've taught her 3 times now, and unfortunately she is moving back to Nigeria on Wednesday...BUT, she loves the gospel and she is planning on meeting with missionaries there, her neighbour at home is a member of the church and she is going to ask her more and so that is amazing. I am grateful we were able to start teaching her, even if we won't get to see her baptism here. 

We had exchanges this week as well and I got to be with Sister Gillette which was so awesome! It was so fun to go on an exchange with a previous companion haha. She goes home at transfers thought and that just makes me so sad, but it was so fun to be with her. We brought my ukulele with us and sang to a bunch of people, and saw loads and loads of miracles together as always :) miracles happen on exchanges. 

We also had zone meeting which was fantastic, it gave me a reminder about using my scriptures more in lessons and things, so I'm excited to use that AND i got to see some of my favourite people :) 

AND...we had stake conference, and here is a huge miracle....we got to have a sleepover in Demontfort with SISTER SHARP!!! I love her so much, it was so fun to spend the night there and I even cut her hair which was exciting haha. 4th haircut I've done on my mission....it's interesting what skills we learn out here. Stake conference was amazing as well, we got to hear the testimonies of new members which is one of my favourite things ever :) it was awesome. 

Also we taught Rastislav this week and...he wants to pick a day to get baptised so that is a miracle as well! Yay for finding our investigator who was lost. 

Basically....I am so happy. And so grateful for the blessings I have....I don't even really understand why I am so blessed, but I am so grateful for it. Life is good, and the mission is awesome, and I am a happy sister missionary. 
I love you all lots! 
~ Sister Emma Beazer ❤️🇬🇧🇨🇦

e-mail anytime:
emma.beazer@myldsmail.net

send real mail to:
Sister Emma Beazer
16 Lime Kiln Close
West Park
Peterborough
PE3 9TN


or the Mission Home Address:
Sister Emma Beazer
England Birmingham Mission
187 Penns Lane
Sutton Coldfield
West Midlands
United Kingdom
B76 1JU


When you have time during lunch for a nap
#happymissionaries

We found rastislav :)




















Life is good .....

in the hood .....







































trains, trains....

and more trains!






































Sleepover in Demontfort for stake conference :) 

I am now a hairdresser


















































Exchanges

and my beautiful Sister Gillette!






































When your companion falls asleep.......

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Zone meetings.....

and my beautiful daughter!






































my companion .....

thinks......

I'm a nutcase .....









































































gotta love

African food 













on p-day with the district!








































Silly girls...


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