Hello from beautiful Savannah!


This week has been amazing–we had so many miracles! We’ve been doing a lot of finding this week, but we’ve been able to meet so many amazing and wonderful people! Also, the Woman’s Broadcast was amazingly inspiring–I especially loved President Uchtdorf’s talk. Heavenly Father truly loves each of us no matter what.

The missionaries here have been working with M, an investigator, for a few months now and she desperately wants to be baptized. The only problem is that she lives in a nursing home–she has congestive heart failure among other things– and hasn’t left the nursing home or stood on her own feet for seven years. We’ve been working with the Bishop and the ward with her for a while now, and we’re slowly but surely making progress. She is so amazing–she has such a strong testimony of this gospel and wants desperately to be a part of it.

This week we were looking through the former investigators the missionaries before us kept track of, and found one that was four years old, but we felt prompted to visit her. So we did. Her name is R, and she was so excited to see us. She now has a four month old daughter who is the chunkiest bouncing baby I have ever seen. She’s adorable. We taught R the Restoration and the baby would burst into her baby giggles as we testified of Christ and of the restoration of His gospel. We asked R if she wanted to be baptized with His authority, and she told us she absolutely did, and the baby burst into the biggest set of giggles yet. She was so excited for her mom :)

Ready for some more scenery?

Looking out to the Atlantic Ocean from Tybee Island, a beach touristy island that our area covers. We didn’t go down to the beach, but stood on a pier thing. Isn’t it beautiful?!

Thank you for all the love and support!


Sister Waddoups