The Smallest and the Second Smallest Misionary (Japan Week 30)

This week was the first week with Samowitz shimai! It was a lot of fun 🙂

Aubree and Samowitz Shimai.

Aubree and Samowitz Shimai.

I am the smallest missionary and Samowitz shimai is the second smallest. Since I have only been in the area for a transfer, I don’t know where things are very much. Thankfully we have a navigation thing on our phone. One day I used it so much that I killed the battery haha but we haven’t gotten lost yet!

We got to work with a lot of members this week which was awesome! We had an idea to make a calender with our schedule on it so that the ward members could sign up on it when they can meet. It worked really well 🙂

We also did a lot of finding this week. We met with a really nice woman who was super interested! She didn’t give us her phone number but we are hoping that she will call us this week 🙂

We went to a Christmas Party for a service that we do with mentally handicapped kids. They are so cute! They did a few dances and sang for us and it was just adorable!

This week we are going to have a special conference. Elder and sister Ringwood are coming to talk to us. We are all guessing that we might possibly be getting Ipads but we don’t know anything for sure.

I’ll talk to you next week!

I love you!

Love, Sister Thompson

Yay 🙂 I’m so excited! We found out that Elder Ballard is coming to our mission in February!

Yes, I was wondering if maybe if they do a musical number, maybe I could do it because we are having a conference this week and they just asked me to play this week but i can’t.

We are going to take puri kura and go shopping.

The house where Aubree is staying.

The house where Aubree is staying.

The house where Aubree is staying.

The house where Aubree is staying.

The house where Aubree is staying.

The house where Aubree is staying.

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Aubree and Samowitz Shimai.

Aubree and Samowitz Shimai.

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