To My Wonderful Family And Friends!!
All is well in Connecticut and this week has been hard but yet so good! Talk about mixed emotions! The hard part is, is that Debbie backed out once again but the but the good thing about it is that we know she is not doing it just because and when she really does get baptized it will be for real! It still breaks my heart! Ah! She always is looking for fireworks and if you ask me she has had the best firework show ever!;) We know that others will be placed in our path that are prepared and will act sooner than later! After all, maybe I was right about what I said to Sister Potter a couple of Sunday’s ago. "It will be a few years" I don’t mind how long she takes I just hope she does it before she dies! Oh, our little Debbie! Our search for finding people is going well and yesterday we had a wonderful lesson on the Restoration with this lady named Lucile and at the end of the lesson she asked us if we were familiar with the Smith family. She said she thought they attended our church. Immediately we thought of this family with the same last name who have been investigating the church for years and have not yet been baptized! It turns out that Hawthorne (the dad of the Smith family) is Lucile’s nephew! It is such a small world! Anyway she loved the message and I was surprised because her sister (Hawthorne’s mom) is the one who disagrees with the teachings! Well, Lucile called us this morning and told us she does not want us to come back for the return appointment we had and it all makes sense! I am sure when one of the family members receives confirmation of the truth, the rest will follow! Maybe one day! At least we get to continue to meet with the Smith family! They have not called us;) Jack is doing great but because of how often we can meet with him it looks like his baptism will be towards the end of August…once he knows it is true of course! Well, Sister Roberts is waiting oh so patiently so it is time to run but I love you and miss you bunches! Until next week…XOXO!
Love you always,