Update on the back: its terrible. BUT! I went to see a FANTASTIC Chiropractor, Dr Armstrong, this week who properly diagnosed me! Yay! I have Sacrolitis. Basically, I messed up my ligament (in my sleep?) and he wants me to come back for the next few weeks to fix it. Doctor Armstrong says its the 2nd hardest back problem to solve (the hardest being a herniated disc) but he is going to do it all pro bono for me because I'm a servant of the Lord! hmmm... But Ive been to him twice and feel much better. I mean, just look at that picture! Something was definitely wrong. So, here's to good healing! Im just being lazy and not working out (like he told me) and hope my back can come back to normal! No pun intended! haha.
We have 7 investigators! Ashlee is doing well! (Ashlee is hearing. Sorry I didnt clarify) Shes all set to be baptized the 28th and shes been without her smokes AND patches for 5 days! yay! The Lord is helping her! We have 3 baptisms set up for December right now and one more that is a possibility! Our Heavenly Father is blessing us to have A WHITE CHRISTMAS!!! ITS SO AMAZING!!! I love being here and seeing all these miracles! Can you imagine?! We might have four baptisms this December! Its so fantastic.
Me and Sister Williams sang a duet last Sunday for the ward, a song called "When Love Came Down." Both of us knew that song from previous choirs and we figured it would be easy to throw it together. That was a mistake. Everybody LOVED it and we are currently scheduled 3 more times to sing during random occasions in the month of December...oh boy!
Me and Sister Williams have another transfer of training before I could get transfered. I love being so close to the mission office here and serving in the Carmichael 1st ward. The members are SO loving and they all invite us into their homes to eat dinner every night. They are forever going to have special places in my heart! Come to find out, Sister Williams heard me sing a solo at a concert in 2009, and I worked her sisters wedding at Wadley Farms. Who knew? We met many times before we were companions! I love her so much. She is so patient with me and even though she's very short, shes always there for me to cry on if I need it! Shes a wonderful example to me and I'm glad shes from Spanish Fork so that we can still be friends when we come home. Sister Williams is definitely what I needed in a trainer. She helps me obey all the rules and work hard!
I am so grateful for this gospel! We have met many a confused individual here in Sacramento, but we are helping some of them come unto truth and light! Its the greatest thing I could be doing right now! I am mostly thankful for my Savior, Jesus Christ, and His sacrifice for me. I love being His representative and testifying of Him daily.
Happy Thanksgiving loved ones!