There was a flood warning this morning. And boy, was it coming down pretty hard. Haha. it's pretty much stopped now, though. No worries.
Well, transfers, and lots of other crazy miracles happened this week. A ton of meals with members and lessons with people who were sad to see Sister Ogawa go, and then just a lot of meal appointments. the military ward is getting back into full swing.
Since the transfer, I became companions with Sister Bangerter, and she is keeping me alive. "You old grandma," she called me. We are doing a lot of finding, and getting out there. We're pretty honest with each other. It's going to be a great transfer.
Miracles: A member from the military ward invited us over, and invited their Japanese neighbors over. It was sweet! They are so nice, and so conversational. We have plans to meet with them this Friday and to talk more about Jesus Christ.
On the way home from that appointment, we met a wonderful American on the train and her daughter. They knew our Ward Mission Leader! WoW! She used to work for him, actually! Crazy!
She said she'd love to come and check out our church, and we said, yes, please do! Hurrah!
I feel the love of God so much out here. I'm still working on the whole drink water things. Who knew how hard that could be! It's harder than taking medicine, but it's the natural medicine we drink everyday, our body needs water!
Anyhow, love you! Exciting things are happening in Yokosuka, Japan. And it's gonna set on fire! (NOT LITERALLY.)