Monday, December 7, 2015

"Sorelle!...Let's go!" - December 2, 2015

Hey, family!

How are you all? I'm doing well. This transfer is just going crazy fast!

So, last Wednesday, we went and saw Maria after pday ended. It was
good. She had gone a whole afternoon without smoking, which for her is
big, so it was pretty exciting. Then we had English class. It was fun.
The students are all really funny.

Last Thursday, it was Thanksgiving! It was a really good one. We tried
to do some passbys and finding, not a ton of success, but the ward had
a Thanksgiving party so that was super fun! A lot of simps and members
and friends of members came so it was super awesome. They even made
turkeys for it. We have a super awesome branch.

Friday, we did weekly planning, area book and a lot of organizing. We
did more passbys but no one answered.

Saturday, we saw Anna and had correlation with the branch mission
leader. It was good. The members apparently are going to do a
demonstration or something for Christmas in centro so they're really
excited and planning that, it'll hopefully help us find some new
people. More pass bys.

Sunday, church, it was good, we had a couple of simps come so that was
really exciting. We saw Ben and his family that night. They're really
cute, they just had a baby and she's adorable! Then we saw Valeria
after them. We wanted to explain the apostasy to her again and the
need for authority from God, so we made her cookies without using a recipe
that turned out gross and then cookies with a recipe that turned out
well. The recipe was the authority of God. It was a good lesson, we
made some breakthroughs with her.

Monday, district meeting. That night we saw Antonio and Marisol.
They're really fun. So, while we were there, Marisol just all the
sudden says, "Sorelle! The lady who lives below us is ready for the
gospel! Let's go!" So we went down with her and set up an appointment
to go teach their neighbor next week. Marisol's so awesome! She's a
really good member missionary.

Tuesday, we had to spend all morning working on Sorella Bastian's
bike. The brakes weren't working so we thought it'd be a quick fix to
change out the brake pads but it ended up not being so easy and we
were working on them for hours and they still don't work so well. I
guess we'll have to ask the anziani for help. Then we had FHE. It was
a lot of fun. It was a small one this week but two of the people there
were Napoletano and they are just always the funniest but half the
time they're speaking Napoletano and its crazy trying to understand.

Today, the Rimini Sorelle (Sorella Yonk and Carducci) came over to
Ravenna and we did a church tour. It was really cool. At a few of the
spots we went, they're were workers who were explaining to us
symbolism of things and it was so insane. I'll have to send a few 
pics:). Plus, it's always so fun to hang out with Sorelle Yonk and
Carducci, they're both awesome.
Sorelle Snow, Bastian, Carducci and Yonk

Sorelle Bastian, Snow, Yonk and Carducci

Well, it's been a good week here. We're excited to see what'll happen
when we get transfer calls this Saturday. I love you guys, I hope you
have a great week!
Love, Sorella Snow

"I lost my greenie..." - November 25, 2015

Hey, Famiglia!

Its been a good week!

So, last Wednesday night, we had English class like normal and we had
to switch the classes around a bit because the new anziano doesn't
really speak English and couldn't teach a class by himself, so I ended
up with a new class and they're so fun!
A youth in the branch

Last Thursday, we had mutual and it was fun, there aren't a lot of
youth but they're all so awesome! That night we had branch counsel and
it was good. They're so focused on missionary work! They wanted to
make sure every simp was personally invited by a member to come to
stake conference this past Sunday and they want to establish a pattern
of going out on splits with us every week.
Sorelle Snow and Bastian

Friday, it was Sorella Bastian's birthday! So we wanted to do
something a little special for it for her and we found this pretty
nice restaurant,like it serves three courses status(but we're
economical, don't worry, it was cheap). Anywho, right after were
served our second course, we get a text from the anziani and Anziano
Olsen says" I lost my greenie...." So we called him and he tells us he
lost his greenie while they were biking and hour ago and can't find
him, so we call the waiter over and tell him we need to split and he
bagged up our chicken for us and we took off to go find Anziano
Marataro. Pretty soon, Olsen got a call from the office, apparently,
Anziano Marataro called his parents(!) because he didn't have any
mission numbers and they called the office and told them he was
waiting at the train station. Luckily he's Italian and could, you
know, speak the language, otherwise that could've turned out bad!
Anywho, that was crazy, after we went with Sorella Gentile to do
visiting teaching and then saw Sanela with Marisol. And after Ben and
his family invited us over for cake for Sorella Bastian's birthday, it
was way fun! Oh, also, we saw a less active sister in the morning and
it was such a good lesson! Last minute, we felt like we should share a
talk about a mom with her kids in sacrament meeting and how even
though they can be crazy and hard to control, it's worth it because
you want them to know they belong. Any who, it was perfect for her,
she loved it!

Saturday, we had correlation, went to the hospital to visit a member
who had a surgery, we had a session of stake conference that night and
then we saw Valeria. She's doing well, she's an amazing woman! Also,
it was pouring rain all Saturday! It was insane, we were soaked!

Sunday, we had stake conference, they did it over Skype, so we didn't
get to go to Firenze, which was a bummer, also because Livorno is in
the same stake and I would've loved to have seen some of them, oh
well. Augustine and Patience, two simps who have a hard time coming
were both able to make it with their two daughters, so that was super
exciting! We also saw the Tricarico family that night, they're really

Monday, we had district meeting, we have two anziani from a different
city in our district this transfer, so that's fun, to have some new
people. We saw Antonio and Marisol that afternoon. Then we went and
saw Maria and Alessandro. We challenged them to give up smoking and
drinking, respectively, for twenty four hours. They said they would
start Tuesday, we're going to go check tonight, so we're praying that
they're going strong!

Tuesday, we did splits with some members from the ward council. It was
great! They wanted to do straight on finding, so we went out and just
tried to stop people in the streets. We got some people to stop, so
hopefully we'll be able to meet with them again. The members were
great though, they were just so excited to go out with us! Actually,
at one point, the member I was with ran up to some random people and
gave them a flier and in English, they said they were members from
Utah! So that was kinda funny, the lady I was with didn't speak
English so she didn't understand for a minute that they were already
members and was trying to explain our church. It was fun. We had FHE
last night, it was great.

Well, family, it's been a good week! Thanks for your love and support,
I'm so grateful for you guys! Have an amazing thanksgiving tomorrow!
Love, Sorella Snow

Saturday, November 21, 2015

New companion - November 18, 2015

Ciao, Famiglia!

Hope you all had a great week! Everything's going well here.

So, last Thursday morning, I took Sorella Burgess to the train station
and she met up with another sister and they took off, I spent the
morning and afternoon here in Ravenna with an Italian sister while we
waited for our comps to arrive. That was interesting, hanging for so
long with a sister who really only speaks Italian, it was cool to see
how much I've learned :). Our comps arrived and I met up with Sorella
Bastian! She's really great! We have a similar sense of humor and
we're both big readers, so we bonded quickly :). We went to mutual
that night and met the new Anziano. Anziano Olsen is training and he
got an Italian greenie named Anziano Marataro, so that's fun, to have
a legit Italian in the disrict.

Friday, we started weekly planning and we went and saw some people. We
saw Sanela and Maria. They're both doing well. They both had promised
they'd come to church (in the end, Sanela ended up needing to go the
the doctor Sunday but Maria came!)
We also did a ton of passbys, I'm just basically trying to help
Sorella Bastian get to know the city and people as quick as possible
because this transfer is going to be so short and we don't know if
I'll stay another.

Saturday, we saw Anna and also Valeria. They're both doing well.
Valeria is kinda insane and she's super funny, so we always have a ton
of fun when we go see her.

Sunday, we had church! Maria was there and also a few less active
people we're working with, so it was exciting. Augustine, another simp
showed up for the second two hours, so that was good as well. We were
super bummed Sanela didn't come though.

Monday, we went and saw Sanela again. We're trying to think of good
ways to help her quit smoking, it's just such a problem here! We also
saw Maria and Alessandro. They're doing well. That night we went and
saw Sabrina and Paolo like usual. We read a talk from conference
about Turing to Christ to find the answers and the steps you can do to
find answers, they really liked it.

Tuesday, we had zone conference! It was good. We went to Rimini and we
had to take off pretty early in the morning to make it in time. It was
really good. We talked about a lot of cool ideas to use our iPads to
the fullest in lessons and studying. Also, Meet the Mormons is finally
out in Italian and is on YouTube for this week only, so we're going
crazy trying to help publicize it. That night for FHE we watched it in
the church. It was really fun. The members are getting involved in
helping to publicize to their friends as well.

Zone conference

Today, we took it pretty easy. Neither of us was feeling too well so
we basically just stayed home for pday and got organized. It was nice
to chill for a second.
Well, I hope you all have a fantastic week! I love you!

Love, Sorella Snow

I can officially say I made it to Venice! - November 11, 2015

Hey, Famiglia!

So looks like you all had a good week. Happy birthday shoutout to
Zach! Hope it was a good one!
Pictures of San Marino from last Wednesday

So, last Wednesday, we went and saw Sanela before English class. It was
good, she told us she's been watching a ton of Mormon messages after
we helped her download the gospel library app. We had English course.
It was good. They're a nice group of people.

Thursday, we saw Diva and Debora in the morning. Diva's less active
and her daughter Debora is a simp. They're sweet ladies but they just
talk the entire time we're there, it's hard to get a word in! Then we
had our scambio for the transfer! I went with Sorella Schoenhals to
the Mestre/Venice area! So cool! We saw a few people and one of our
appointments was in Venice, so I got to walk around a little bit there
and get a few pics. I can officially say I made it to Venice!
It was dark, so the pics aren't great, but it's Venice!

We switched back Friday morning, we saw Valeria and she's doing well. She always
tells us that she fits so well into this church and loves coming. She
just has to make the final leap but Italians like taking things slow.

Saturday, we got transfer news! I'll finally relieve your curiosity.
I'm staying here in Ravenna and Sorella Burgess is leaving. She's
bummed but I know she'll do great in her next city! My new comps name
is Sorella Bastian. I've met her in passing a couple of times and she
seems sweet, so I'm excited. This night, we saw Anna like normal and
then Sanela.
A canolo from the chocolate festival

Sunday, church! It was great! There's a German member, Ben, who just
moved here and doesn't speak a ton of Italian, and he was supposed to
give a talk, so we helped him translate it and prepare a little, he
was awesome! He spoke about reverence on Sunday, and even though he
struggled with the language, he was great, we felt the spirit. We had
lunch with a member, Meris and then saw a simp we've been trying to
see all transfer, Augustine. He and his wife investigate, but they
don't have a car and it's really hard for them to make it to church,
but they're really cool and he comes whenever be can. Then we saw
Valeria so Sorella Burgess could say goodbye.
With Meris

Monday, we had lunch with the O family, a member family,
they're great! Then we went with Marisol to Sorella A to do
visiting teaching. Then we went and saw Sanela. She didn't come to
church again on Sunday, so we kinda sat her down and explained the
importance of Sunday and coming to church. We went over the steps and
commits that are necessary before baptism and she agreed to commit
herself more. We're praying really hard for her! Hopefully, she'll be
able to make the date we've been working towards. That night we had
Paolo and Sabrina. They were really sad to say good bye to Sorella
Our district

Tuesday, we had a ton of appointments but they all canceled, bummer :(
but we also had FHE and a ton of people came to say goodbye to my comp
and Anziano Diego, who's also leaving. It was a lot of fun. The
branch is so good to us missionaries!

Today, we've just been running around doing stuff to get ready for
Sorella Burgess.

Well, it's been a good week. I'm excited for the next transfer, this
ones only going to be four weeks because if it was the full six it'd
end on Christmas Eve. So we're excited to get to business really

I love you guys, thanks for being so good to me!
Love, Sorella Snow

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Today, we left the country! - November 4, 2015

Hey, Famiglia!
How are you all doing? I hope you all had a good week.

So, last Wednesday, there was a baby shower for a women in our ward.
It was super fun! The women who is pregnant is German and speaks some
English, so it was kinda crazy with all the languages flying around.

Last Thursday, we went and saw Sanela with the branch president.
She's really great. She's super ready for baptism, we've just gotta
teach her. Then we went and saw Maria, the investigator that just got
back from Serbia. She's really sweet.

Friday, we did finding in the morning. In the afternoon, we went with
Sorella Gresta to do visiting teaching with a member named
Gabriella. They're both super awesome ladies. Sorella Gresta is a
family search missionary. We passed by a simp that is new but we were
bidoned. That night, we were supposed to see just Valeria, but a
member invited her and some other members to dinner so we all went. It
was fun. She's really cool, She's been investigating for about 2 years,
people investigate for a loooong time here.

Saturday, Happy Halloween! Correlation in the morning. Then we did a
pass by. That afternoon we went to see Sanela. We read a little to her
and did a re pass of some of the stuff we've already taught to make
sure she understands. We saw Anna that night, she's cute, she always
tells us we don't annoy her which is her way of saying she likes us
(at least we hope :)). Then we weekly planned that night because we
figured no one would really want to see us Halloween night.

Sunday, church, Valeria and Sabrina were both there. We saw Ben and
his family that afternoon, they invited us over to have cake with
them. They're such a cute family! Then we did a ton of pas bys that
night, didn't get in anywhere.

Monday, we had district meeting in the morning. Then we went and had
lunch with a member and her two kids. It was a lot of fun, they're all
really sweet. We set up a family mission plan with them. Then we saw
Antonio and Marisol. We talked about the priesthood, which is always
kinda interesting because neither of us a is a priesthood holder. But
it was good. Marisol gave us the names of some more less active sisters
to try and get into contact with, so we're excited to do that. Then we
saw Sanela. She was looking for work on Sunday and didn't come to
church, so that's sad. But she's doing well and still progressing
towards baptism. Her son came and joined us for a little while because
it was a festa today and they didn't have school. Usually, we go when
he's at school because that's when Sanela prefers that we come, so no,
he doesn't usually sit in on lessons with us, but we want to ask
Sanela if she'd be okay with us teaching him as well. He's awesome. I
was explaining the Holy Ghost to him and he was like, woah! That's
just what I feel when I read the stuff you leave! That night, we saw
Sabrina and Paolo, like always. They're doing well. Sabrina said she's
been reading in the Book of Mormon.

Tuesday, a lot of pass bys. We had one set appointment in paesino (small village),
but the less active didn't show, so that was a bummer. Hopefully we'll
be able to get in contact with her. We passed by Maria. She's doing
well, she's super cute. Then we had FHE that's night. It was a lot of
fun! We have some amazing and supportive members here.

Today, we left the country! Technically. We went to San Marino, this
tiny little city on top of a mountain that is declared a country apart
from Italy. Weird... But it was cool. It was a beautiful little castle

Well, I think that's about it for me this week! I love you guys! Have
an awesome week!
Love, Sorella Snow

Ready for zombie apocalypse - October 28, 2015

Ciao Famiglia!

Man sounds like a crazy week at home! I'm so excited for a new niece!
Answers to questions, we get so many flat tires because the streets
are just filled with trash, nails, broken glass, thorns and whatnot.
The streets aren't very well kept in Italy. We've taught Sanela all
the major lessons, we just need to do all the commandments with her
now. She doesn't know how to read very well, but she's trying really
hard to read the pamphlets. We're trying to find the Book of Mormon on
tape in Italian to give to her.

So, last Friday, we did weekly planning in the morning, as always.
It's always a LONG process, but worth it. We went and saw Sanela that
afternoon. We'd planned to do the word of wisdom, that's one of the
hardest things for Italians, but we ended up answering all of her
questions. We passed by a referral from the anziani and it was
a cute old lady, we set up a date to come back and see her.
She reaaaally wanted to pay for the Book of
Mormon we gave her and wouldn't believe us when we told her it was
free! That night there was a talent show. A member asked Sorella
Burgess and I to sing with her. We were with sick with pretty bad
colds, but I think it sounded okay.
We made pizza!

Saturday, we saw Monica, but just for about 10 minutes. That
afternoon, we saw Anna and then had correlation. We passed by
Alessandro and Maria that night and saw them. Maria is a simp we have
who just has to quit smoking. She's been in Serbia since I got here
and just got back so I was super excited to meet her.

Sunday, we biked by Sanela's house to pick her up for church and she
was waiting out front for us! She rode with us to church and was able
to stay the first two hours. We did a bunch of pass bys that night but
no one let us in.
There was a crowd of zombies in the centro one day...

We are so ready for the zombie apocalypse!

Monday, district meeting. We saw Sanela that afternoon. It was GREAT!
She said she felt so good after church the day before. She got her
son, who's nine, to read the restoration pamphlet to her and she said
she felt the spirit all day. We taught the word of wisdom and she said
she would agree to start cutting back her smoking and stop everything
else. She wants to be baptized and accepted the date we gave her.
She's so awesome! When her kids got home from school, her son, the
nine year old, Cristian, he said he liked the pamphlet he'd read with
his mom and was asking us questions about it, he said he wanted to
read the other ones we left with his mom. They're an awesome family!
We saw Sabrina that night, she's doing well. She's sick, so she's
going to be stuck in the house for a week on doctor's orders and won't
be able to come to church.

Tuesday, another day of pass bys. We saw one of the youth in the ward,
Veronica, she's awesome! We had FHE that night. There's a new convert
who's so awesome! He's in a wheelchair, and he lives like a 10 minute
bike ride from the church, but he always wheels himself there for

Today, we bought a pumpkin and carved it (well I wanted to carve it,
Sorella Burgess just kinda humored me:)). We also checked out a pretty
huge market. It's been kinda rainy, so we took it pretty easy.
I carved this, the little triangle was going to be the nose, but I decided it looked like a cute little mouth!

Well, that's my week! We're going to a baby shower for a German lady
in our ward today, she speaks English and they need us to translate.
That'll be fun! It's been a good week!
I hope you guys have a fantastic week! I love you!
Love, Kim

They have big hearts - October 22, 2015

Ciao Famiglia!

Don't worry, I am in fact still alive! Sorry about the delay, our pday
ended up being today.
So answers! Sanela is actually from Serbia. We work with quite a few
foreigners here. Ravenna's a little bit farther up north and to the
east so that might be why we have more foreigners than in my last
city. My favorite thing about Italy so far is most defiantly the
people. They have a culture of belief in Christ and almost everyone is
Christian. They can be a little hard at first, but once you get into
their hearts, they love you and would do anything for you. They have
big hearts.

So, last week, we ended up needing to do a ton of organization on
pday, so we didn't end up doing any touristy stuff. We went to see
Alessandro that night and on the way my tire popped. So we had to walk
the rest of the way to him and then walk all the way to the church. We
made it 10 minutes before English class ended but luckily our anziani
had taken care of all the students. Also, luckily, some members
happened to stop by the church and they gave us a ride home, which is
good because walking home for 30 minutes at night is never a good

Thursday, we went and took my bike to the shop to get it fixed. We
went and saw Debora and Diva. It was fun. They're this cute older mom
and daughter. They're kinda crazy and get side tracked super easily.
We also went to a paesino to see a family that is kinda new as simps.
They're really sweet, they're Muslim but not super practicing.
We'll see what happens with them. We also saw a
member family that just moved here from Germany for work, they're
super fun! The parents speak English.

Friday, we had weekly planning, as always :). We saw Sanela again.
She's so great! She had a friend over so we taught her a little bit
too and we'll see if she wants to learn more, she seemed interested.
We went and Valeria tonight also. She's good. She's a super sweet
lady. We're always really happy to see her.

Saturday. We had correlation. Our ward mission leader is great! He's
super sweet and really willing to help us. Unfortunately, today turned
into one of those days where everyone bidoned us. Also, we finally got
someone who said we could come over and my tire popped again. This
time in the middle of centro (the city center, basically the busiest
part) and since there were so many people, Sorella Burgess didn't
realize I had stopped and she kept going. I haven't gone to see this
person yet so I have no idea where they live and so I lost her and had
no idea where to go. So I waited for like half an hour to see if she'd
come back. She didn't. I finally asked someone to use their phone and
called her and she'd made it all the way to the simps before she
realized I wasn't with her. Uh oh. All's well that ends well, we met up
took my bike to get fixed. I was companion-less for a half an hour
though and that was super bizarre!

Sunday, Sanela's uncle (who is Alessandro's dad) ended up in the
hospital so neither of them came to church. Really sad. But they said
he's better and they'll come next week. We had a member invite us over
for lunch. Her name is Meris and she's super sweet. She made enough
pasta for like 8 people for just the three of us and insisted we had
to take the leftovers home. We saw Anna today. We also saw the
Tri... family. The mom and 1 daughter are members, the dad and
other kids aren't. They're fun, super crazy cause they're from Naples,
but really fun.

Monday, everyone canceled on us, except for Sabrina and Paolo. They're
good, Sabrina's really trying. She's so close to realizing how much
faith she has but she just doesn't know it! We made them a dang fine
apple pie, not relevant, but we were proud of ourselves!
At Sabrina and Paolo's

Tuesday, we met Gaia, she's a member and super sweet. She has two kids
and a husband who's not a member, so she has trouble making it very
often, but she's super sweet! We saw Sanela. We read with her. She
doesn't really know how to read, so we read aloud with her from the
Book of Mormon so she can hear it. Then we saw Alessandro. He's doing
well. He said he wants to commit himself more. Tonight, we took off
for Bologna to stay the night. I can't remember if I told you, but we
had a conference in Milano on Wednesday, so we stayed the night in

Wednesday, we had a conference! Sister Oscarson and Sister Burton of
the general young women and relief society presidencies came and spoke
to us. It was really good! They're amazing women and all of the
sisters in the mission came for the conference. One of them talked
about how missionary work and the relief society are connected. The
missionaries bring the simps to the waters of baptism and the relief
society helps sustain and uphold these members to bring them to the
ordinances of the temple. It was a great conference.
Sorelle Hawks & Snow

Sorelle Harris & Snow

All the sister missionaries with Sister Linda K. Burton and Sister Bonnie L. Oscarson in the back.
Can you find Sorella Snow?

Today, we did a church tour of the city. In answer to one of your
questions, the mosaics are mostly of Christian events. They were
gorgeous, most of the churches had them. They are seriously so
beautiful. It was awesome! Unfortunately, since we didn't do pday our
normal day, we had to do mutual and ward council today, and ward
council went like an hour over, so we only have like half our normal
email time to write, which is why this was done so fast!

I love you guys so much! Thanks for everything you do! Have a good week :)
Love, Sorella Snow

Monday, October 26, 2015

I shouted for joy:) - October 14, 2015


Woah, super crazy week, it feels like it passed super quick!

Last Wednesday! We went and saw some of the sites around Ravenna, it's
super gorgeous here! We actually see tour groups all the time around
town, which is kinda weird. We live right next to the tomb where the
famous writer Dante is buried and we pass it every night on our bikes,
so we went and checked it out for pday. Also, we went to this cool
church with a basement filled with mosaics and water. Ravenna is
apparently famous for mosaics. Then we checked out the duomo. After,
we had a lesson with a simp, Debora, she's really cute. Then we had
English class.

Thursday, we had zone training! It was good! It's not a very big zone
but we have a senior couple, which is fun. I also got my package!
Thanks so much! I saw the peanut butter cornflake treats and my comp
can attest that I shouted for joy :) Then we had mutual, it was fun.
And then branch counsel that night. It was good, we have some super
solid members here.

Friday, weekly planning! We went with Marisol, the Relief Society
president to give a sister her visiting teaching, it was good, they're
both super sweet ladies. That night we saw Sanela, a referral from
another simp. She's super legit, she is so open to learning and
totally understands what our purpose is and that we're here to teach
about the gospel, which is good, cause some people don't understand

Saturday, we had correlation with our ward mission leader in the
morning, he's super awesome. We have some branch activities coming up
and he's really trying to get the members excited to bring friends. We
saw Anna that night. She's really sweet. She's an older lady and not
really very interested in changing but she asks us to come and read
the Book of Mormon with her each week. After we went and saw Angelica.
She's a twelve year old girl and her family's not interested in
investigating but she is, so we're teaching her. She's super legit.

Sunday, we left home early to go pick up a simp for church and they
ended up backing out :( she had a valid excuse, her bike tires got
slashed, but still sad, she said she would next week. Church was good,
I was super surprised afterwards when I loaded my email and had like
30 birthday ones! I thought it had messed up! Thanks so much to
everyone for sending those, it really made my day :) We saw Marisol
and Antonio that afternoon. Marisol is the sweetest and Antonio is
super funny. There was a baptism for an 8 year old this afternoon and
the family was super sweet and when they found out it was my birthday
as well, they made me a cake :) it was tiramisu. We saw Valeria that
night. She's a simp I hadn't met yet, she's super sweet! Really fun.

Monday, district meeting! It's weird to have anziani again in my city:).
Their names are anziano Olsen and anziano Diego. We did finding
and met some really cool people, no one gave us their number, but we
got some pass along cards out there. That night we had Sabrina and
Paolo. This week, Sabrina taught us how to make gnocchi. Soooooo good!
It was a fun night. Sabrina's super awesome and she's having some
breakthroughs, she just has to really want it! 
Making gnocchi

Tuesday, we went with Marisol to do visiting teaching for Lucy. 
Then we met up with Sorella P, the ward mission leaders wife so she 
could go with us to a lesson with Monica, a simp. Having members at 
lessons is seriously so important! They can relate so well and really be 
friends to investigators. That afternoon, we hopped on a train to a 
paesino to see Liri, a less active member, but when we called her, she had
forgotten and wasn't at home, so that's a bummer. We saw Sanela again.
She's so great! She loved the plan of salvation and she was like,
listen this stuff is super important, so can you guys come when my
kids are at school so I can concentrate on it, and we said, of course!
Then FHE tonight. That's always really good.

Whew, and we've arrived to today! We're going to go see a few churches
and stuff around town, it should be really cool!
Well, thanks so much for everything you guys do! I love you all! Have
a great week!
Love, Sorella Snow