This week in Augusta

Hello all!

This has been quite the week! I have been able to see Heavenly Father watching over me and protecting me so much as I go about doing His work.

The other sisters ward were in a really bad car accident Friday night. But if there was going to be a car accident, it was orchestrated in the best way possible. Sister Drollinger was able to walk away from the accident and Sister Ramsden was released from the hospital the same night. The doctor at the ER who was working was a member from the other ward. The sisters were hit by a speeding corvette, who swerved just enough to miss hitting Sister Ramsden’s door and instead hit the front end of the car. There were two EMTs driving past right when the accident happened, and they were able to give immediate medical assistance. The Elders were eating with a member, and they answered the phone even though they were at a members house (which the never do) and was able to be there in two minutes and could give her a blessing immediately. 15 hours before the accident the sisters switched cars with another set of sisters, and when the paramedics came they said that there was a ridiculous amount of airbags that went off, so they switched into a more safe car. Sister Ramsden is healing incredibly quickly, her face has completely healed and the seat belt mark has almost gone away. Each day we see more and more miracles that are happening. He loves and watches over us :)

​We have been teaching an amazing investigator, S, since we’ve been in Augusta. She is a foreign exchange student from Germany who have been here living with the O family for the past few months. More than anything in  the world right now, she wants to be baptized. Her mom, rightfully so, is hesitant to have her be baptized here in the States. But she is a rock star. On Saturday she went on the youth temple trip–even though she just sat in the waiting room while everyone else went in.

Fire and sausage at the O family's house

Fire and sausage at the O family’s house

Our district: (front row l to r: Sister Drollinger, Sister Ramsden, Sister VanDyke, Sister Jackson, Sister Eggett; backrow l to r: Elder Hunsaker, me, Elder Moyo, Elder Seedall)

Our district: (front row l to r: Sister Drollinger, Sister Ramsden, Sister VanDyke, Sister Jackson, Sister Eggett; backrow l to r: Elder Hunsaker, me, Elder Moyo, Elder Seedall)

I love you all more than I can express!
Sister Waddoups

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