It's being at the right place at the right time. It's doing the right thing because it's right thing, and loving someone because they're your brother or sister.
Missionary life isn't a bunch of huge monumental occasions. A mission is made up of little decisions, of following the spirit, and doing good things of our own free will. (No, the Lord does not tell you everything).
This week of my mission was made of sitting through a rainstorm with Charlotte and Sister Anderson, discussing what means the most to her. How revelation to her is acting on those thoughts that come to her to call someone up spontaneously. That is how God answered her prayer one day. A lady she knew was sick but felt she needed to call Charlotte. Since then she has taken the initiative to call others regardless of how odd it may seem.
Sister Anderson fixed a weed-wacker this week!...she helped fix it...she watched someone fix a weedwacker. She figured out how to replace the broken part without going back to the store and let the guy to the work :)
Lost pounds of sweat while loading a truck up so our investigator can more.
Said a prayer with a woman whose mom had passed away.
A lady asked if she could have the Book of Mormon she'd given back to us because she felt bad. Man those consciences! They just eat at you!
Met President and Sister Turner. They are fantastic people and I'm excited to get to know them better. The thing that stood out to me the most when Pres. Turner spoke to us was his comment about looking for the "slow, calm, quiet miracles." I've applied that these past few days and it has made all the difference. Give it a try!
Love y'all! and God Bless!