Monday, May 18, 2015

May the 4th Be With You 5/4/2015

I almost forgot about that, but a friend wrote to me about it and couldn't resist.
This is my last weekly email and I don't have much time left, but I just want you all to know that I have loved serving the Lord in thses 18 months and I am so happy to have completed what I promised to Him. I love this Work and I never want to stop sharing the Gospel. I am so thankful for my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and for what He has done for me and for all of the blessings that God has poured out upon my family. If you want to contact me my other email is and my name is Cassandra Beaumont on facebook (right now it says Hermana, but I will change it Next week.)

    Misión México Tijuana

IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN!!!!!!!!!! 4/27/2015


WE HAD A BAPTISM! And it was SUPER stressful. But everything worked out great. :D
His name is Wyatt and he is 14. Almost his entire family are members of the church, but for health reasons his mom is inactive. :P His sister also was baptized recently. (In November)

I am doing great. I had my penutimate interview with El Presidente today, and that was nice. 
I'm not sure what else to gell you guys. I am tired, but happy. Next week is my last Monday. (WEIRD) So I will let you guys know more next week.
    Misión México Tijuana

LIVIN' ON A PRAYER!!!!! 4/20/2015

I have finished the first half of my last transfer and life is good!
So, last week, one of our investigators that, before, didn't want to get baptized, told us that suddenly he wants to be baptized. So we started teaching him really fast all of the necessary lessons and everything so that he can get baptized tomorrow, and he even passed his interview, when suddenly, we go to his house so that his dad can sign his form-record-thing (in Spanish we say "cédula") and first: His dad isn't there. (and his mom can't sign because she's quadraplegic.) Second: His sister tells us that he's going to wait until May to get baptized because he wants his older brother (who isn't even an active member) to be there. ¡¿WHAT?! So NOW we're super sad and stressed out. BUT, our wonderful zone leaders are going to help us. We have an appointment today to visit them and we're going to see if his mom is willing to let us put her fingerprints (they checked; it counts) but we also have to talk to him about it because we have everything ready for him to be baptized.
In other news, we had two really cool experiences this week.
1.) We were teaching a 17 year old about the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He is really super receptive and told us that he is looking for happiness and peace. (Ta-da! Here we are!) And when we gave him the Book of Mormon, he said that when it touched his hand, he felt something in his chest. Like, a weird feeling. It was really cool, because my companion and I felt the Spirit super strongly and we testified that that feeling was the Holy Ghost testifying to him. He accepted a baptismal date, but couldn't go to church on Sunday because he had another commitment. But he said that this next week he can go. :)
2.) In the mission we have to have a certain number of contacts and door knockings every day, so one day we still didn't have very many of either, but we also had to have more lessons. And my companion was all like, "No we have to contact people!" So I told her, "No, we're more likely to have a lesson if we knock doors!" (because they can let us inside). Later that day we were looking for someone that we had previously contacted, but he wasn't there, so we turned around and in that same "privada" there was an older lady walking, so we went to talk to her and she was like, "Follow me! Come in!" Turns out, she was the next-door-neighbor of our other contact. She had been listening to the missionaries in Sonora, but had moved to Tijuana recently. We talked about the Restoration as well and she also accepted a baptismal date. (She also couldn't go to church. We still don't know why.)
Anyways, those are my cool experiences of the week. God really does help us to find those that are ready when we are working hard and trying to complete with our purpose as missionaries! I am so grateful to be part of this great Work! I love being a missionary!
♥Hermana Beaumont
Picture: Selfie of the day. I am really tan. :P

4 WEEKS TO GO! 4/13/2015

Okay, so this week was rather difficult. We had a Zone Training Meeting where our lovely ZLs taught us how we can more effectively find new investigators and it's like they cursed us or something because after that we couldn't find a single person! All of our appointments that we had to visit new people fell through and it wasn't until they talked to us personally and issued a challenge that we were able to find someone new. The challenge: Whoever found the least number of new investigators that day, had to buy pizza for the other companionship. We lost, but we were able to see the potential that we have. We contacted 20 people that day and knocked 15 doors (the mission rule is that we have to contact 10 people and knock 6 doors every day, so we doubled the both of them) and of ALL of those people that we talked to, only ONE let us teach her something. Her name is Carmen and she is catholic. Sadly, she didn't go to church this week, but we have an appointment to visit her again and this time SHE WILL GO.
Other than that, nothing super interesting happened. My camera isn't letting me send pictures, so that's all for now. QUE TENGAN UNA BONITA SEMANA!!!

    Misión México Tijuana


How are you? I am fine. Weirded out because I got my travel itinerary today, but it's cool. I will get over it.
General Conference was A-W-E-S-O-M-E. I learned a lot and felt the Spirit SUPER strongly.
Time goes by fast! SO, this week we found out that one of the families that we are teaching is a family of Gypsies! Also, one of our investigators is quickly progressing towards baptism. The problem will be finding him and teaching him, but we've already taught WoW, and he has no problems, so that´s cool.
Okay, really fast I am alive and well and will be writing next week! QUE TENGAN UNA BUENA SEMANA!!!
♥Hermana Beaumont
1.) A wall that made me laugh
2.) They don't have easter things here, so I bought myself a chocolate egg (available all year round). It was good, but I only bought it for the toy. #kidatheart
    Misión México Tijuana

Monday, April 6, 2015

I DON'T HAVE TIME 03/30/2015

I don't know where all the time goes. Honestly. It's ridiculous. This week we FINALLY HAD INVESTIGATORS AT CHURCH IT WAS A MIRACLE! Three of our most awesome investigators went to church this week and are progressing quite nicely and now we are all felices and THANK YOU FOR YOUR PRAYERS I know that you have all been praying for me and my companion and it has really helped a LOT. I don't have very much else to say I am really sorry for not paying attention to the time I will do better next week I love you all GOOD BYE!!!!

Atte: Hermana Beaumont

P.S. Today has officially started my last transfer. I am freaking out. 6 WEEKS LEFT!!!! :O

1.) We got bored waiting for the Elders, so we decided to make faces.
2.) Our beloved Elder de la Vega got transferred, so this is our "Goodbye let's take a picture together" picture.

That's all for now.


So, I actually have time this week. IT'S A MIRACLE! 

Anyways, this week was rather interesting. Kind of. I had migraines all week, but they have finally ceased. (yay!) And we found a few interesting investigators. One of them was deported from the US (for what he has not said) and still has a long wait to go back. (He lived there legally for his whole life, until he did someting bad that we don't know what it was, and they kicked him out.) Strangely enough, he is one of the only investigators that understands perfectly the doctrine. Problem is that he SAID he would go to church on Sunday and he didn't go. :( But it's fine, we're going to look for him today to see what happened. He speaks a lot of Spanglish mixed with curse words, so that's fun. The other investigator actually isn't officially an investigator yet. We contacted him in the street and he showed up at church yesterday. It was pretty cool. Problem is that he is living here illegally, using papers that belong to a friend of his. He is from Honduras. I'm pretty sure he's not going to be able to progress, but we'll see what happens.
Not much else to say, so I will just send pictures.
1.) District Meeting! We're the only sisters. Again.
2.) Our Stake President is our next door neighbor! We ate with them and the Elders this day.
3.) Me, with Tijuana.
4.) I asked the Elders to take a picture of us, and this is what happened instead.

Okay, well, I hope you enjoy the pictures! And that you all have an awewsome week! LOVE YOU!

I DON'T HAVE TIME! 03/16/2015

Nothing super interesting happened this weeek. We're still trying to get into the swing of things, finding new investigators and working with the members. That's the hardest part, becaue we're the first sisters EVER in this ward, so EVERYONE wants to accompany us and it's absolutely overwhelming trying to organize ourselves. My companion is super organized, so it helps a LOT. This week we have plans to go with at least one member every day, so that's really helpful. (GO OUT WITH THE MISSIONARIES. THEY WILL LOVE YOU.)
I don't know if I ever told you guys, but my mission (Misión México Tijuana or MMTJ) has the goal of having one baptism every week per companionship. It might sound impossible, but it was given by revelation to our mission president, so it must be possible. My companiona and I have the goal of baptizing every week for the last 3 weeks of my mission, and the ward's baptism day is Tuesday, so that will be April 21st, 28th, and May 5th. What I ask for are your prayers so that we can successfully find people that are ready and willing to be baptized on those days, so that we can reach our goal. Don't think that I want to do it just to say that I did it. I am doing it because the Lord is hastening his Work. And if He wants us to baptize every week, so be it. We can only do it the lsat 3 weeks because our investigators have to go to church 5 times to be able to get baptized, or we would make the goal a lot more. SO... Pray for us please!
I don't have time now even for pictures so it's going to have to wait until next week! I LOVE YOU GUYS HAVE A GREAT WEEK!

Turn and face the STRANGE ch-ch-CHANGES! 03/09/2015

So this week we received a rather interesting phone call that went something like this: "Pack your bags! You´re changing areas!" So, now we are no longer in El Dorado! We are opening an new area/white washing in Americas ward! Why both? Because we are replacing two elders that only had two weeks in this area and were opening it. So, basically, both at the same time. Fun, right? Also, we're the first sisters in the ward in over 10 years so everyone LOVES us. Haha Not only that, but we are in the same ward as our zone leaders and even though they are awesome and patient with us and help us with everything there is some pressure with having good numbers because they are the ones that put the example for the entire zone. SO, we have a LOT of work to do from now until the end of my mission (because it's pretty official; I'm going to "die" here.) But I'm really not complaining because it's great motivation.
Now, for some pictures!
1.) I ate at Carl's Jr for the first time in my life!
2.) We ate in the Elder´s sector this week and IT WAS TERRIBLE. Actually, the food was really good. It was the the walk there and back that was terrible. I don't know if, from the picture, yuo can understand the magnitude of difficulty it was to climb these hilss, but it was REALLY HARD. I felt like I was walking at a 95 degree angle!
3.) Me with the scenery. (The elders happened to be walking behind me.)
4.) "Fallen Houses". These are houses in our area that fell because of an earthquake. (We think.)
Now, for the spiritual thought of the week! (I was smart and prepared since this morning!)
"Therefore I say unto you, ctake no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than draiment?
  Behold the afowls of the air, for they sow not, neither do they reap nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?
  Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?
  And why take ye thought for raiment? Consider the alilies of the field how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin;
  And yet I say unto you, that even Solomon, in all his glory, was not arrayed like one of these.
  Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is cast into the oven, even so will he clothe you, if ye are not of little faith.
  Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed?
  For your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.
  But aseek ye first the bkingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you."
In my personal study I found this scripture and, though well-known, I felt that I should share it with you guys. I really like this scripture because it reminds us that if we first seek the kingdom of heaven, we will be blessed. Jesus was trying to emphasize the importance of obedience to His word and when we obey the commandments we have the promise that we will have everything that we need, therefore let us not worry for what we will eat, what we will wear, nor how we will live. We have blessings promised us and we can only receive them if we are obedient.
·"I, the Lord, am bound when ye do what I say; but when ye do not what I say, ye have no promise." D&C 82:10
"Who am I, saith the Lord, that have promised and have not fulfilled?" D&C 58:31
Okay, that is all for now! I LOVE YOU GUYS HAVE AN AWESOME WEEK!

*Sin Título* 03/02/2015

So, this week nothing really interesting has happened. I'm sick, but it's cool. I'm trying to get over it. (I already asked for a blessing that I am hoping will kick in any minute now.) And I have a few pictures to send.

So, I don't know if I've told you guys, but we now have new rules. We have to contact 12 people every day and knock 6 doors. Let me tell you, IT IS HARD. Doing it isn't, it's the finding people that are interested. I have found SO MANY Jehovah's Witnesses it's not even funny. Like, I think every other door that we knock is JW. I had never even SEEN a JW before my mission. (Hellooooo.... Bible belt.) And it's really hard because they try to contact us and change our lives and whatever and we're just like, "No, I already have the truth, thanks."

Okay, so I just ran out of time, so here are my pictures:
1.) We went to a member's house and they had this mug. I felt slightly uncomfortable. XD
2.) Me on a tiny home-made bridge.
3.) In the church bathroom, making faces. (#dontjudge)
4.) I got a package with a brown paper scarf. It's quite lovely.

Anyways, I have to go now. GOODBYE LOVE YOU!

♥Hermana Beaumont

I'm a... Pokemon trainer!? 02/23/2015

OKAY! So, due to the lack of time to write last week I have a LOT of things to talk about.

First of all, training is... Weird. My companion is awesome, don't get me wrong. It's just weird to be with a companion that knows nothing about how to be a missionary. (Only once have I had a companion with less time in the mish than me, and she still knew more than I did.) But I've adjusted. I know the lessons well enough, so we don't suffer. It's just hard having to think of EVERYTHING alone. I am forgetful, so sometimes we don't end up doing everything that we need to. But training is helping me get better at that. haha

Okay, I'm not sure what else to say right now and I only have 5 mintues left, so I am just going to send pictures. (Each one is worth a thousand words.)

1.) This is me and my pokemon... Wait. Maybe it's just pikachu with her name tag...
2.) Actually me with my companion, Hermana Garavito.
3.) Hermana Díaz bought an awesome mariachi sombrero before she left. This is me. (with my bigote.)
4.) Me with a wall I jumped. In a skirt. (We used the tire that you see there in the background.) It was terrifying.


I wanna be the very best... 02/16/2015

Hey everyone! I don't have time today to write or reply to everyone because GUESS WHAT!?  I'm training! That's right! Your little Cassie is growing up! Haha My companion's name is Hermana Garavito and she is from Chile! Curicó, Chile to be exact. She's pretty cool, but due to the very much time that we are spending with the other trainees and trainers, I will not be able to spend any more time than this to write to you. I am still in the same area, El Dorado and I will probably finish my mission here. 9 months in the same area. It's cool. I've accepted it.

Anyways, that's all for now. I will be writing more next week! LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

Hermana Beaumont :)

ONE. WEEK. LEFT. (In this transfer...) 02/09/2015

So... This week was rather uneventful, except for Saturday, when we had a run-in with a Mexican bible-basher. He has been trying to confuse greatly ---sorry, "help"--- a less-active member that we have been working with to reactivate. (He says that he likes to help Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses find the "correct path".) She didn't have her BoM, so we gave her one and he borrowed it from her to find something to condemn us and whatever, and then invited us to visit him, where he asked a bunch of questions that, at the time, we had never had to answer before. (Afterward when we got home, we found the answers, but you are sadly mistaken if you think we are going back there.) He read the entire beginning part of the book (he hadn't gotten to 1 Nephi yet) and only found one thing he didn't agree with. I would explain, but honestly it will take too long, but he came to the conclusion that the BoM is completely false and that if we believe in it then we obviously can't believe in the bible, and it's like throwing it on the ground. Somehow, we got to the point of the priesthood authority of God, and we asked him, "Who gave you authority?" We had already explained to him that the priesthood is given by the laying on of hands and everything, but he said, "God." So we asked, "How did you know it was given to you?" "I felt the spirit call me. Actually, I wouldn't call it authority, I would call it more of a... calling." So we were like, "Uh-huh..." And then I bore my testimony that I have been called by a prophet of God and I have been given the authority to preach by the laying on of hands by someone that has the Priesthood authority of God and that I know that the Church is true and that the Book of Mormon is the word of God, then, very quickly, I told him that we had to go because we had an appointment. He didn't want to let us leave, but he told us, "I will be praying for you so that you can reach the truth" or whatever so I told him, "We will pray for you too." And we left almost running. We were trembling from who knows what, but it was horrible, my legs felt like jello, but we did the best we could. My companion told me afterward that she wanted to take the book away from him, but we couldn't. She told him,"If the book is false, then we'll just take it and go." And he said, "No, no, I'm going to keep reading it." It was a rather heated discussion.
On the contrary, we found that same day another couple of investigators that are awesome and that we feel are ready to accept the Restored Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Anyways, I don't have any more time, I hope you all have an awesome week! LOVE YOU!

♥Hermana Beaumont

P.S. Transfers this week... I'll let you know what happens on Monday!
P.P.S. Sorry, I couldn't take very many pictures this week! My camera died... :P I will be buying batteries soon.

..para qué nos quejamos? 02/02/2015

That's what our recent convert says when we ask him how he is... "Bien, para qué nos quejamos?"

I'm doing pretty well. It was a rather uneventful week. It rained, but we had paraquas. We found a few promising investigators. And we had interviews with our mission president. That was fun. I really do love my mission president. He's awesome. XD And we walked. A LOT. (looking for less-active members and whatnot)

I have run out of time, so I will just send a few pictures.

1.) In front of the church building where we have our district meeting.(we got there on time; everyone else arrived late.)
2.) On a relatively large pile of dirt, overlooking the city.
3.) Selfie!
4.) My sister took pictures with castles on her mish... I get my kicks taking pictures with "tijuana street". (and eating ahielito


♥Hermana Beaumont


HELLO EVERYONE! This week was AWESOME! Okay, first I want to start off telling you that my testimony of fasting has GROWN this week. My companion and I decided to fast this past Monday so that we could find new investigators and so that we could have investigators at church. Result: We found a family of 6 and 5 of those 6 WENT TO CHURCH ON SUNDAY! They liked it, but we're going to keep working with them so that they don't forget/lose those feelings. Also, I happened to find the secret to baptizing thousands. It is in Alma 26:22 and it says: 
Yea, he that repenteth and exerciseth faith, and bringeth forth good worksand prayeth continually without ceasing—unto such it is given to know the mysteries of God; yea, untsuch it shall be given to reveal things which never have been revealed; yea, and itshall be given unto such to bring thousands of souls to repentance,even as it has been given unto us to bring these our brethren to repentance.
 It's pretty awesome. Ammon was talking about the different things that he and his brethren were able to do to baptize the Anti-Nephi-Lehies. It's a really good chapter.  I found it in my personal study. 
Also, this week we had a conference with the mission president and that was... interesting. He talked a lot about what to do in kidnapping situations and whatnot and it was kind of scary, but not really because I know that if we are obedient, Heavenly Father will protect us. But it's also good to know these things.
Something that the conference made me realize was that even though I haven't baptized as much as others and I haven't done a lot of things, I have progressed a lot andt I have been doing the very best that I can, considering the circumstances. I have nothing to be ashamed about and I am happy that I made the decision to come on a mission.

♥Hermana Beaumont

1.) This is what they call a "garrafón". This is how we drink clean water. A truck goes around and sells it for 13 pesos. And when we run out we exchange every bottle for a new one with water. (for 13 pesos). It's pretty cool, but kind of annoying. I miss drinking from the tap.
2.) This is The Glory of Tijuana
3.) Me with "La Gloria de Tijuana".

Feeling... Sad. 01/19/2015

So... We just had our third Sunday in a row without a single investigator. This is kind of horrible. I'm getting frustrated because we had 7 that had told us that they were going. One of them, we called about 20 minutes before Sacrament meeting and he told us that he was on his way. Either he was lying, or he got lost. We are hoping that it was the latter. Just... Pray for us. Please.

Now, I have written my own law. I call it "The Missionary Law". It's kind of like Murphy's law, but it's not. It's short and it goes like this: When a pair of missionaries has a great morning (meaning all of their appointments were there and received them), their afternoon is horrible. (meaning that no one is there and they get rejected a lot.)When a pair of missionaries has a terrible morning, they have an awesome afternoon. It is true. It has been proven. (By me and my companion.) IT IS LAW. Why? Because on Saturday, we had a HORRIBLE morning! Everyone kept rejecting us and we spent two hours walking around trying to find people to teach. And then we had a decent afternoon. We found an investigator that seems really ready to receive the gospel and had perfect questions and everything. But he was the one that may or may not have lied to us on Sunday. :P It WOULD have been better, but a couple of our investigators that we were visiting, sat us down and brought it to us gently: They will not be receiving us anymore. They are fine in their religions (one is catholic and the other is christian) and besides, nothing that the book of Mormon talks about agrees with normal christianism (apparently) and because they had never heard of Joseph Smith before obviously means that it must be a lie. And they prayed and got the answer that they were fine where they are and don't need to change. I cried. (Afterward. I wasn't going to show them my weakness.) We shared with them 2 Nephi 29:7-9 (I really wanted to read verse 6 but we both decided against it.) and I shared my testimony. Their sins will not fall over my head.

It was a hard week, but not every week can be sunshine and happiness.

I only have one picture and it is of the Tijuana temple at night. (It looks finished on the outside, but they say it won't be done until September. :P Sad day.)


How YOU doin'? 01/12/2015

I'm pretty great. I'm pretty used to mission life right about now. But I keep thinking about home. (It's not my fault! My companion is going home in 5 weeks and we're both a little bit trunky.) But the Work goes on.

#missionaryproblems We have a lot of investigators that we are teaching but NO ONE wants to go to church! Two weeks in a row without even a SINGLE investigator! This is horrible!  #thestruggleisreal #imisshashtags

Anyways, I am running out of time, so I will just send pictures. (I'm sorry for the lack of awesome, spiritual stories... I can't remember them all under pressure. pressin down on me, pressin down on you, no man asked for...)

1.) IT SNOWED IN MEXICO. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT!? (It's just on the mountain/hill but it's still pretty amazing. Everyone was freaking out. And now you know THAT IT IS COLD HERE.)
2.) This is what they call, "Rosca de Reyes". It's a Catholic tradition and if you get the "muñeco" you have to make and bring tamales on February 2nd. I almost got it. *sigh of relief*
3.) My companion. It rained yesterday.
4.) Me. Cold and wet.

Anyways, I will try really hard to send some spiritual stuff in the next e-mail. I LOVE YOU ALL Y QUE TENGAN UNA MARAVILLOSA SEMANA

Saturday, January 10, 2015

TRANSFERS 01/05/15

..... We stayed the same. And that means that I will be saying goodbye to my companion because this is her last transfer. It also means 6 MONTHS IN THE SAME AREA. But it's cool. "I will survive".

In other news, tomorrow is my "cumple-mes" and I am turning 14 months old as a missionary. I officially count myself as one of the "old fogies" of the mish.

Also, I did not get sick from the slightly pink turkey, so it must have been okay.

The baptism will not me happening because the investigators were not keeping their commitments and as a result do not feel ready and therefore cannot be baptized. I will keep you posted on that one.

I have a few pictures to send so I will do that now while I am thinking of what else to say:
1.) My companion had never tasted a roasted marshmallow. "I can fix that." (we did it with the gas stove)
2.) Pikachu likes to wear my tag. He's a missionary too.
3.) DISTRITO MATAMOROS. (My district.)
4.) Me with our Zone Leaders. They're awesome. (And the one directly to my right goes home today. It's a sad day.)

Note to everyone: When the missionaries ask you if you know someone that can benefit from the message of the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, SAY YES and give them they're address. There is no, "No, they won't like it" "they're not ready" "they're baptist/catholic/methodist/presbyterian/blah blah etc and won't want to listen" Just do it. If a name comes to your mind, it's PROBABLY because they're ready and the Spirit is indicating that it's their time. "Let the Holy Spirit Guide..."

You can probably tell we're having a lot of trouble with receiving referrals this week. (Not a single one in THREE WEEKS. THAT'S A LOT OF WEEKS.) If you love me, or, better, if you LOVE THE LORD, tell the missionaries about your friends! (If they're a member of another church... it's because they haven't found the truth yet!) It is my invitation to all of you to pray to know with whom you should share the gospel. He will answer, you will see. 

I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!
♥Hermana Beaumont

... And a happy New Year! 12/29/14

I DON´T HAVE TIME!!!!!!!!!!!

So I will just have to send the pictures!
1.) Our recent convert invited us to eat with him and we ate... TURKEY!!!!! It was good, but a little pink... It scared me slightly.
2.) Then, we went and ate with a family in our ward. Also turkey. Also delicious.
3.) Our first family picture since November 2013.
4.) Exchanges again with Hermana Torres! Her las ones, I think because she´s going home NEXT WEEK! :O

That is all! We are going to have a baptism this coming week, but I may or may not be here to witness it because we will be having TRANSFERS!!!!!!!!! You will all find out next week what happens on the next episode of: HERMANA in TIJUANA.

LOVE YOU!!!!!!

FELIZ NAVIDAD (For real this time) 12/22/14

Okay, so a lot of things happened this week and I can tell you through pictures! (They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so this e-mail should be worth... 4000 words)

1.) I'm secretly a reindeer. (Not really.)
2.) We ate in the Elders' area and it had rained. IT WAS REALLY MUDDY.
4.) Our Stake President took us to Ihop for baptizing in November. This is me with my companion.


    Misión México Tijuana

1.) My delicious meal in Ihop.
2.) We had our "Cena Navideña"with the mission president. This is me and my companion.
3.) Me and my companion with Hermana Torres in a giant snowman suit.
4.) The two zones with our mission president.

Sorry, I messed up. That was just our zone. haha
2.) Selfie with a bride and groom.
3.) Selfie with the temple.
4.) With Presidente Garcia and his wife.


That is all! I love you all and hope that you have an AMAZING Christmas!

♥Hermana Beaumont