Thursday, June 6, 2013

My dad is more awesome than your dad..

Okay, seriously... my dad loves me.  He bought me my very own, dark cherry wood, GORGEOUS tenor uke.  It's amazing.  And what's even better is that, every time I play it, I feel the spirit.  I'm reminded that my Heavenly Father loves me so much that he blessed me with an incredible family and with the gospel. You really can't get much better than that.  So, thank you dad for being such an excellent reminder of my Heavenly Father.  And don't worry, I'm working on learning to "play that
motha hard" lol.

Now, back to missionary work! The work in this ward is awesome! I love working with the YSA's.  We picked up a new gator, Kylie, she is incredible.  She reminds me so much of my convert, Rcahel, from FBX.  So much so, that I almost called her Rachel yesterday.  Kylie is on date to be baptized July 6th and is verrryyyy excited about it.  Her mom is a member who has been inactive for about 30 years (who we are teaching as well) and has decided to come back to church.  These women are incredible.  We're having a "Movie Night" with them on Tuesday... we're watching Joseph Smith, Prophet of the Restoration.. the full-length version... popcorn included.  haha we're stoked.  Well I am.  I can actually eat popcorn... the non-buttered kind anyway!

I've been feeling kinda good-kinda yucky (lol MaryLynn, I still say that) this week.  I'm meeting with the doc next week for my follow up.  It's going to be a  slow process getting back to full health, and this is going to be a life-long ordeal, BUT, I've been so blessed with strength to overcome and have been promised that I will make a full recovery, so I'm not worried.  I just have to focus on what's important and shut out the negative thoughts.... which is hard, but I'm working on it! I have lots of help and support.  so I'm blessed. 

Well, outta time! Dang! Transfer calls come out this weekend, we'll see what happens! Love ya'll!!!

Love always,
Sister Hatfield

1 comment:

  1. Sister Hatfield! Love hearing all your stories and many successes. I will pray for you by name to overcome the health struggles you are experiencing at this time. That is amazing you are on President Monson's prayer roll, what a blessing. Keep positive, keep smiling like always and know you are loved and your work is meaningful and appreciated. Sister Amy Martin