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Five Days


I leave on Wednesday... That is in, I kid you not, five days. Where has the time gone? I feel like yesterday I made my decision. Obviously not. I am hoping that I will be able to find a way to get this blog updated while I am gone so people can keep up to date on what's going on with me.

I am so excited to be heading to Nebraska, but I am also scared out of my mind. Before now, the idea seemed like a far off land. Now it is here and I don't feel ready. I know that my Heavenly Father will help me to become ready though. He never gives us more than we can handle.

This week, I have spent time with my siblings individually and I am so grateful for them. Chand and I went to Costa Vida, the movie theater, and Jamba Juice. We had a great time and he is such a funny kid. I hope he knows how much I love him. I love spending time with him, even when he's super quiet. I hope you know that you are going to be able to do anything you want in life.

Bryn and I had a great time going to DATC and seeing my bestie, Madi. We were able to get a pedicure and our fingers painted (only pale colors on my end.) I want this little one to know that she means the world to me. What am I going to do for 18 months without her??? I don't even know. I hope she knows how beautiful she is and that she is going to be amazing in any and everything she does. I love her beyond what she knows.

I took Carsen out to lunch today and we're going to go get some ColdStone at a later date. He's hilarious and never ceases to amaze me. What other eighth grader would be so excited about sitting at home watching Heartland with his sister? Only my brother? Fine by me. I love this kid and am so excited to see what incredible things he accomplishes.

I love my family... That is going to be the hardest thing for me to leave, but I will be helping others live with their families forever.

Missionary:
Someone who leaves their family for a short time, so others can be with theirs for eternity.

Families are forever, love mine a ton!

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