Monday, June 9, 2014

week 60 14th month Nao beijos por favor!

June 9, 2014

Well we had another interesting week, full of lots of walking and lots of prayer.
Everyone here is getting ready for the World Cup and so over the course of this last week people have been painting curbs, poles, and some of the streets with green and yellow paint. Its kind of cool to see, people here are definitely proud of their country.
My district here has 2 American elders and this week we were talking and they warned me about drunk men and that we shouldnt talk to them. Well last night we were walking and a drunk man stopped us and started talking to us. Long story short, he was very excited that I'm American and we got his information so we can see him a different day and we were trying to say goodbye and he kissed both of us on the forehead....gross!!!!!! Ha ha I am so glad I at least had some kind of warning. 

We had conferencia da estaca (stake conference) this week. It was a broadcast and it was in Portuguese. I understood some of it, but definitely not everything. Elder Ballard and Elder Scott spoke. One of them talked a lot about how Heavenly Father is our loving father. I know this is true! Heavenly Father loves us so much and I am so grateful that He loves me enough to answer my prayers and listen to me all the time. He has answered so many of my prayers.
Well I hope you have a great week! Keep on smiling :)
Eu amo voces!
-Sister Kaycee Davis

Saturday, June 7, 2014

week 59 Cachoeiro

June 2, 2014


Well this week ended up being really crazy. I got transfered to Cachoeiro, and so did my companion- Sister Leite. So we got doubled in and we are opening a new area too. There is usually 4 sisters covering this area but for some reason there is just us. So we have been busy with trying to figure out our area. Definitely an adventure!

I think one of the best parts of my week was at the transfer site (which was a bus station) I got to talk to some of the members of my MTC district in Provo! That was so awesome! It is really cool to see how the elders I talked to have changed in almost 14 months.

We had almoça (lunch) with our bishop and his wife this week and I shared the spiritual thought at the end. After I finished the bishop asked me- "do you know the reason you are here?" I said I dont know yet. He responded with something like- "there is someone here only you can reach, someone only you can help." I know there is a reason I am in Brazil right now, I may not know that reason until after my mission. But Heavenly Father has something for me to do here.

Well I hope you have a great week! Keep on smiling :)

Eu amo vocês!
 -Sister Kaycee Davis