|A giant klompen|
Den Haag is international and super interesting. I still can't get enough of the architecture, beautiful daffodil-lined canals, and I even got a glimpse of the beach this week!
Sister Bradley and I have been working so, so hard. We have been looking people up who expressed interest in learning about the church but never really got a chance. We have been talking to every person we see on the street, biking all over the entire city (and it's big, man!) and working with members and investigators to help them progress. And the Lord has been blessing us with success! We have found new people to teach almost every single day, we have been teaching, and planning our hearts out. I have never worked this hard in my life or in my mission, and I have never felt so happy and fulfilled. And exhausted, for that matter. yet while it's tiring, I feel inspired, motivated by a new energy and zeal, still more enthusiastic for the work! Not like I've Always been lazy or lackadaisical before in my mission or life.
|We aren't supposed to act like tourists but... I had to|
|Mijn collega en ik in front of the stad huis in Delft.|
|It looks photoshopped, but I swear this was literally the view. Yes, this is the country I am so blessed right now to live and serve in!|
|Enjoying our hot chocolate!|
|Everyone at the table (Elders Reese, Connatti, Claflin, Davis, Elkins, Bernier, Sis. Bradley and I) enjoying the hot chocolate in a cute little cafe|
I also had the chance to spend a day with Sister Riley and Sister Faasavalu in Zoetermeer! that was really fun too. We worked, and sang, and it was all really gezellig. We found people by singing hymns. Hey, miracles come in mysterious ways!
|Sister Riley, Sister Faasavalu and I in Zoetermeer!|
|Jumping Picture Fail...|
|On the outside of the church tower we climbed|
I hope you have a splendid, lovely week!
Zuster McKinney Voss