Monday, August 25, 2014

Hi. How are you?

So this week there was 2 email so there will be lots of adventures to read from Bronte!
(Bronte's words)

If any of you are feeling even the slightest bit worried, stressed or fatigued, please take a quick moment to watch these video clips....

Doesn't that feel so much better?? Really. 

And then enjoy the slide presentation...

And then I'd like to apologize for the tediousness of my formatting today. It just was sooo much easier for me to send everything all together like that. I hope all the images open!

Some of them are from when we went to the Castle in Chenonceau 2 weeks ago. It was sooo beautiful. Some of them are from when we were into Paris and saw Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysees. The others are with our Investigators or Ward Members. A ward member gave us a zuchinni twice the size of my head! 

So I'm sure, you're probably wondering why I threw up those video clips. Something about these past few weeks has been culminating into one big epiphany of mine.

In the Book of Mormon, we read about the prophet Lehi's vision of the Tree of Life. All of these people are on a path, or wandering around for the path to get to the Tree of Life and taste the fruit which is "sweetest" above all other fruit. And what does the fruit represent?

The Love of God.

There's so much I could say on that subject, but I'm afraid that you'd have to be reading for about a day and half. So with that, I'll just leave a brief testimony that the Love of God is something really that we can have in our lives. And we can receive that and more happiness than ever known through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

No agenda. Just love.

Soeur Hopkins

Bronte sightseeing 2 weeks ago in Chenonceaux.

At a castle in Chenonceau.

The same beautiful castle!

Super silly and super cute Bronte.

Bronte at this famous lock bridge in Paris, Pont de L'Archeveche.

Bronte at the Arc de Triomphe.

Bronte with a ward member or an investigator, she didn't say which.

Bronte's super great companion at a cemetery.

Bronte with a ward member or an investigator.

Bronte with a zucchini from a ward member! The zucchini was as big as her head!

Another great week has passed by!
Lots of love,

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