I'M STAYING IN KENNER!!! WOOOO!!!!!!!! Prayers are so real. Obviously I was fine with wherever the Lord needed me, but I'm just super grateful the Lord still needs me in Kenner! So many of the members were getting scared thinking I was going to leave, and they all said they were going to pray too. I guessed it worked because I'm staying in Kenner for the 4th transfer in a row, and I get to stay with Sister Johnson!! I was so relieved. Now I get to have the holidays in my home away from home, and I get to be here for the Christmas music fireside we've been planning for forever. Needless to say, I'm pumped! :)
One last thing-- I forgot to write about them last week, but we met this family in the English ward, the Becnels, and the mom is Hispanic. They invited us over to their house so we could start to plan how to teach the dad's parents who are Catholic. We have since set up regular meetings with them, and get this-- THEY ARE PROFESSIONAL CHEFS/BAKERS. They studied in London and New York. What a life. So far, I've had stuffed french toast with this amazing yogurt/granola trifle stuff, homemade potato soup in a homemade bread bowl, the most amazing arroz con leche ever, chocolate cake that puts cheesecake factory to shame, sweet potato soup, and gyros (with homemade pita bread). I think this is the biggest tender mercy of my mission so far. Also, their two girls are the CUTEST things ever in the world! Sofie Becnel is 3. She loves our stickers a lot and puts them literally everywhere. She's my favorite.
I love you all so much! Que tenga una semana maravillosa y un buen dia de gracias!