Monday, November 16, 2015

Aye homie G Wagons! 

This week was a PILL, let me tell you bout it.
 So much nutso craziness went down, quite literally every day this past week. Funny crazy to scary crazy... it was one for the books for sure. I'll just share one of the funny stories though, in a minute.

First things first, Transfers are tomorrow! I am staying in Northridge ... HALLELUJAH PRAISE THE LORD! I love this area so much! Even though it's so dead and people are difficult, haha I love it. I hear my new companion is dope so I'm pumped for this next transfer :) It starts tomorrow!
I got some treats!

Ha funny, totally not spiritual, story. Tuesday night:
So I was in the shower. And I was shaving my legs and cut my ankle pretty bad, and if you know me you know how bad I do with blood. It was just white at first but when I had to peel the skin out of the razor I knew it was pretty bad.
I had just conditioned my hair so I was trying to keep water on my cut (so it wouldnt bleed everywhere) and continue to wash out my hair and give myself some mad pep talks about how it's fine and I'm tough and it's all good...
Well ya no, I straight up passed out
I didn't hit my head or anything so it's fine but when I got my vision back and felt decently stable I tried to quickly turn off the shower, kind of, and I wrapped myself in my towel real speed-like and put a little bit of toilet paper on my ankle in just enough time to make it out of the bathroom onto the bedroom floor. Hahaha. and ya pretty much the story ends by me calling in my comp saying,
"Uh hey this is real awkward cuz i'm definitely just wrapped in a towel,  but I'm passing out and I need you to come fix me"
Ha so she did and it was good times.

Spiritual thought:
There's lots of heavy stuff to be said about this week but I just want to keep it at this:
"And in that day shall be heard of wars and rumors of wars, and the whole earth shall be in commotion, and men's hearts shall fail them, and they shall say that Christ delayeth his coming until the end of the earth"

Hold fast to what you know. It's only going to get crazier. We cannot afford to loosen our grips on the rod that will unfailingly lead us to the love of God and eternal life. Look up these talks:
1. Safety For the Soul by Holland and 2. Living a Christ-Centered Life by Maynes are gold.

San Fernando Mission!

I love you all. Stay strong in the gospel and Do not lean on your own understanding. Lean on God.

Much love,
Sister C Dohner

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