How's October in your part of the world? We are holding strong at 96 over here. #endlesssummer
Speaking of endless summer, that is one of the license plates here. Random thing about Florida: there are a billion different license plates. It's pretty cool to see all the different ones.
This week Sis. Soza and I spent two days in the YSA area and it was awesome! It was really funny because the YSA ward started meeting in our chapel and basically everyone knew me from the 3 days I have spent in their area over the past three months. It is a good group! And I LOVE exchanges in that area because I get to be in downtown Miami. I love cities. :)
After the exchange Sis. Soza and I came back to our area and knocked a whole lot more doors. I had a lady ask me if I was Cuban. She said I looked Cuban, but she couldn't place where my accent was from. I told her I was American. She didn't believe me. It's like white people here are not allowed to speak Spanish or something. haha. Then someone else told Sis. Soza she looks Asian. It's been a wonderful week of confused culture. haha.
We went to go see one of our favorite families in the ward on our way home and we walked in on their birthday party. Oops. haha. Missionaries just have the greatest timing. ;)
Transfers are tomorrow and I am staying here with Sis. Soza! I am really excited about that since our mission is having a HUGE change up and basically everyone is moving around. It will be interesting to see what happens!
Sorry. My letter short again. I get so distracted when I get on here. haha. But I love all of you so much and hope you enjoy the winter that is coming. People tell me that we should have a couple of days of 70's so y'all will be jealous when that happens. I love all of you tons! Miss you!
-Sister Bren Scadden