March 23, 2020


Braunschweig, Germany


Sister Wilson


Okay people, this has seriously been the craziest week of my life!!!
To start it off, at the beginning of the week we got told we had to stay inside. Sister Webber and I got a little delusional on the first day within the first couple of hours. We went from talking to people on the streets, in the their homes, on buses, on trains, in grocery stores, to having no physical contact with anyone! What an adjustment am I right?? We still get to be in contact with our friends through the wonderful invention of technology though #thankyouengineers Which means we can teach anyone around the world!! So if you know anyone that wants to learn more, send them my way;)
Every morning, as a whole mission, we have a devotional (which is #awesomepossum) and one morning they told us to be 'sunbeams' for the world, so Sister Webber and I decided to do that. We went outside to take a picture of us being 'sunbeams' but I was a little too 'beamy' and popped all the buttons off my skirt:') so that was a rip:P
The next morning, we got a call from President and Sister Leimer saying that Sister Webber was being sent home early (within the next couple of days) because she was under 90 days of going home anyways. We were both pretty sad and she was going to start packing, but because I don't like to face those things I told Sister Webber we could just pack her up later because we had time. Well we got a call a few hours later saying that she needed to leave that same day and I would also need to pack because I was being transferred to Braunschweig to be Sister Wilson's 2 hours!! So we were SCRAMBLING to pack/close our apartment/let our friends and ward know. Somehow we got it done and we were on our merry way to send Sister Webber off along with about 25 other missionaries, including my past comps Sister Milham and Sister Esplin. #tschüß #gonebutnotforgotten
Amidst all these adjustments and changes, I have felt an abundance of love from my friends and family reaching out to me to make sure I'm okay (which I am!! thanks<3), but mostly from my Heavenly Father and my Redeemer, Jesus Christ. I know that God is in control and that He will never lose control. I know He has a greater perspective than I do, so He knows better! I don't know what's happening or what will happen but I am so grateful to know that I am being watched over by someone who does. I know that God has a plan and His plan is perfect.
Love you!
Sister Mooring


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