This week has been full of all sorts of adventures!
Tuesday morning we woke up early and drove to Greenville for exchanges. It was about a two and a half hour drive through swamps and farm land. At one point the gps had us drive on a road named Sunflower River Road. Well this road, which looked abandoned, was in the middle of farm fields. We both agree that we would not like to drive on that road at night because it was so sketchy. The road took us about 15 minutes to drive and so we wrote a scary movie! It was a fun way to make the time past.
The exchange went so well and we got to know the sisters really well. I love that part of being an STL. So many wonderful sisters to get to know.
The next morning we woke up early again a drove back to our area. We wrote part 2 of Sunflower River Road, and made it home safe!
Transfer calls came this week! Well we thought that sister Dutton and I would be staying together until the end of her mission but the Lord had another plan in store for us. I am staying in Richland and my new companion is sister Dobbins. She has been out for almost 11 months and i am excited to work with her! Sister Dutton though is not far away. Last transfer our area covered Richland and Florence. Now i cover Richland and sister Dutton covers Florence. She is training and will do a great job! We are glad that we will still be in the same ward! I am going to miss her as my companion though.
Sister Kelly, Elder Kulu, Sister Dutton
Sunday evening we were able to go over and visit with Alexis again. We went through the baptismal interview questions and we finalized all the details for their baptism. Their interview is this Wednesday and they are ready for their baptism next weekend!
I am so grateful for this gospel! It is amazing and I love being able to help people to come closer to Christ.
Love y'all! Sister Kelly
Ps Sorry this email is short. We had to be fast.
The city of Yazoo has been "dusted" to missionaries so we stopped to take a picture.