I am Sister Torie Inman and I have been called of God to serve as a full-time missionary for His church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in the Arizona Tucson Mission.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Sister Inman Letter - May 23, 2016

Could this week have been any crazier?! BAH Transfers.

Hola querido familia!

Como fue su semana?

Mine was pretty hectic, and exhausting, and EVERYTHING ELSE!

SO Monday was the most bizarre, crazy P-day of my life, we were trying to figure out transfers and transport and stuff, because since Sister Charles was a departing missionary, she had to go up the night before, and I had to find a new companion. We didn't get out of the house until like 12 or 12:30 so we didn't have much time left after that to do the stuff we needed to.

But we did emails for about an hour or something, and I finally got all of the pictures from the MTC!!! I was super happy about that, I can send you some of them later. :)
After that we went to Sports to say goodbye to everyone, etc. Every single companionship in our zone was changed! Isn't that crazy? Wow. That night I was in a temporary trio with Sister Brown and Sister Steele because we all lost our companions. Sister McCombie is training! She's so awesome. I love her. She just finished being trained, too!

Tuesday was transfers, and we picked up our new companions! My new companion is Sister Chandler! She is from Rupert, ID and has been out for about 11 months. My trainer trained her trainer. In other words, Sister Addie Brown (My trainer) trained Sister Crissy Brown (her trainer). Ha! weird. (Sister Brown, the trainer who trains? Name that movie). Transfers are always super awkward. You never know what to say. 

Wednesday we met our new zone! Don't really know anybody except HNA. ADAMS is my new STL!!!! It was fun to see her again, my follow up trainer :) 

It was POURING down rain on Wednesday!!! Did you guys get it over there? That night we drove to Tucson, and spent the night at the Casas Adobes Sisters (Sister Packer, my MTC Companion and Sister Daun from my first zone!) So much fun. We were there because I had a doctor's appointment early the next morning so it was a lot easier to drive 15 minutes in the morning rather than 2.5 hours even earlier in the morning. :) That was a fun reunion.

Thursday, holy cow I was exhausted! I had my doctor's appointment, then we had lunch with the sisters, and I drove most of the way home from Tucson! Scary, that's the longest I've ever driven. And Tucson drivers are scary. But Sister Chandler drove yesterday, so I guess it was my turn. But I was way too tired to finish the trip safely, so I asked Sister Chandler to drive from Willcox to Safford. Long day for both of us. 

Friday morning we went to Food Bank, and helped out! We were also finally able to meet with Peggy again, Rudy, and Race! Peggy is a sweet lady, but kind of stubborn. She said "I'm this close. Be patient with me, don't give up on me. It'll happen, just not yet. I'll get there." We're gonna hold you to that, Peggy, you'll see. :) She's fun. We gotta get that lady to church though. Next week!

Saturday was weekly planning basically the whole day! Yay...

Sunday was good, we had church in Central this week. I was super exhausted physically, and was falling asleep, but what I caught was really good! It was about giving selfless service.

I am glad to hear that the reception went well and that I was able to be there!!!! :) How fun. Do you have any other pictures from it? Jake and Chauncey are cute as ever, I love them so much. And Chauncey is the best sister-in-law I've ever had, I love her already. :)

Sorry this week's letter is pretty lame!!! My journal entries have been really short and boring. :( But I know that this gospel is true, and I have begun to realize the power that I can draw from it as I exercise my faith and repent, and allow the Atonement to change me. My testimony of it has strengthened so much. It doesn't matter where you have mean nearly as much as it matters where you are willing to go, and with the help of the Savior, who you will become. I love that truth. Christ knows each and every one of us! He LOVES us! He loves YOU!

Something that I learned from President Passey was that it is one thing to love God, and another to try to love another person, but we often forget the third side of the triangle. We must never forget the love that God has for that person, and the love that they are trying to develop for God. When we remember that, our love for that person increases drastically. Something to think about :)

Love you all! Have a great week!!!

Sister Inman

P.S. Have fun at AP Camp Jesse!

Also, we are 5 generation Arizona natives, right? SO... where do we come from? 

Sister Inman Letter - May 16, 2016


Hello family!

Wow, have we had a crazy couple weeks, or what? Man. Over here have both been running around with our heads chopped off trying to finish things and get them ready for Sister Charles to go home, and for me to take over the area. We've been so exhausted, so by the end of the day, I don't even feel like writing in my journal, so I end up writing bullet points to write down later. But I will share some of the highlights of the week, as well as any thoughts or insights I've gained!

So last Monday we were actually able to go to P-day sports, and we played volleyball! Unfortunately..... I forgot my glasses, (I'm out of contacts) and my proper running shoes (I just had my vans) and so it was interesting trying to play while not being able to see and in those shoes. But it was good!

That night we had a lesson with Ray, about baptism and confirmation. He is so solid, we were able to ask the right questions which led up to him bearing his testimony about how the gospel has changed his and his family's life, and that one of the reasons he is excited about being baptized is because he wants to be sealed to his family forever. He is already looking forward to the temple. :)

Tuesday we taught Race, the 10yr old, and had another lesson with Ray! We went over the baptismal interview questions, and got to really see how much he knows and believes.

Wednesday was a good day! We had commodities in the morning, but only went for like 30 minutes :/ then right after, we practiced our musical number as a zone for our half-mission conference. It was sounding a lot better by the end, and it gave me chills! Then most of us went out to lunch. Ray's baptismal interview was that night, and the Elders did it at their house, for convenience's sake, because Ray is in a wheelchair. But we went earlier before they came. Elder Farnsworth, our district leader did the interview. He PASSED! It went well, a lot better than Ray anticipated! We heard laughing from the other room, so I think it went okay. :) So excited for him.

Thursday was a good day too! We rode up with Elder and Sister Reynolds, a senior couple from South Carolina, to the Half-mission conference in Benson. When we first got there, we rehearsed the song again, and it sounded so good! As far as our zone goes haha. Luckily we have at least several of us that are musically inclined. :) The conference was really good! Elder Foster of the 70 came with his wife to train us, as well as President and Sister Passey. They were just the trainings I needed! They talked about working with members, and our success and skills as missionaries, as our mission specifically, and how we can move from the level we are at right now to a level 9-10 on the scale of awesomeness, pertaining to skills and spirituality. There are three phases, and we talked about each of those. Pretty cool!

The musical number went well, too! We got compliments from Elder and Sister Foster and President and Sister Passey. We could also feel the power and spirit behind the words and music. It was a medley of Savior, Redeemer of My Soul and Called to Serve. President just emailed our zone today and said "We have had great music and zone conferences and other meetings in the past two years, but you delivered the best zone choir I have heard. Many thanks for sharing your talents and testimonies. Love, President Passey". Awww!

I got to see Hna. Adams again! And reunite with some people! The Sisters in Hereford and Sierra Vista told me they are still working with Josie and Anna, and that Josie went to a baptism!!!! Woooo! It's so nice to hear she is progressing a little more. They told me that she apparently still thinks I am coming back there haha. :) We came back home, and someone dropped off my tiwi card for me! (That is my card that I scan to be able to drive) so I have been able to practice driving and getting used to navigating around our area.

Friday was a good day, I suppose! We had breakfast as a district before they went to service. We had waffles, which were super good. :) We found out that two of the missionaries in our district are going to be training! New missionaries!

We went on splits, and I set a baptismal date with Rudy!!!!!! June 25th :)

Our Meet the Mormons "community movie night" failed. There were maybe a couple of nonmembers, but the rest were just members. It wasn't supposed to be a ward party. -_- But I guess it allowed us to get in contact with people to invite them! So that was a plus!

Saturday was just great :) Ray was baptized, and it was just perfect. Everything worked out smoothly and the baptism itself went super well, perfect the first time. 4 people in the font, a shower chair, and his son baptized him. Lots of sweet, tender mercies involved. The Spirit was definitely there. He is a changed man, and it was so beautiful to see the completion of this part-member family. Next step, receive the Holy Ghost, and in a year--- the Temple!!!! For the opening song, we sang "Families can be Together Forever" and it rang so true to me. It had a much more special meaning, now that we were singing with the testimony that because Ray is taking this next step of baptism, HIS family can be together forever. :)

Sunday was even more beautiful. I was exhausted, because we were up late packing, but it was a wonderful day. :) Ray received the Gist of the Holy Ghost, and that to me was the crowning moment of the entire weekend, even more than the baptism. He received it. And his countenance changed. There is this added sweetness and spirit about him now. His prayer in class was so beautiful and simple, and full of gratitude, and he could now ask, being included, that the Spirit could always be with us.

We said goodbye to a few people and had our last lesson together as a companionship.

It has been really good. These past two transfers have probably been the hardest and the most challenging of my mission, but they have also been the most rewarding, the most fun, and I have grown the most spiritually, socially, and probably mentally and emotionally as well. Sister Charles and I have been through a lot together, and I think that is why I love her so much. I came to the realization that I am really going to miss her. We have had many successes together, even apart from the hard times for each of us, and even in our companionship. We have smoothed out our rough edges, and I can honestly say that she is the companion I have grown to love the most, trust the most, and who I am the closest to. All of my companions have been very different from one another, but we have learned so much from each other. I love her! We have helped each other through so much.

Anyway, So I will be taking over the area! And my new companion will be Sister Chandler. I've heard great things about her, so I hope things will go wonderfully! I will probably be here for another 3 months. But it's okay, because I have come to love Pima :)

I hope you all have a splendid week, enjoy the reception on Saturday, and I will be there!!!!!! ;) (You'll see).

The church is true, the Lord sustains His imperfect missionaries, and gives us miracles every day, we just have to be willing to see them and look for them!

I love you and am so grateful to be part of an eternal family!!!!

Sister Inman

The Martinez Family (Ray in the middle)

Us and the Martinez'

Those in the font

Sisters Inman and Charles

Sisters Inman and Charles

I did a jumping picture and landed really hard on my feel and also my necklace his my in the teeth. So this was my face.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Sister Inman Letter - May 9, 2016

Rough week, but man does God know me!

Hi family!

Well, this week has been rough, but GUESS WHAT. God supports and sustains His missionaries! I have definitely felt of God's love and support this week, and have felt the promise as contained in the scripture,"And whoso receiveth you, there I will be also, for I will go before your face. I will be on your right hand and on your left, and my Spirit shall be in your hearts, and mine angels round about you, to bear you up." Doctrine and Covenants 84:88

On Monday, I had a rough day, but when we went to go get groceries.... a kind man paid for BOTH OF US. I just about cried. It ended up being about $110, and he offered without knowing how much it would be. I hope that God showers a multitude of blessings upon him. He turned out to be a member that wasn't in our ward, but we were so grateful.

Tuesday was a little better! I could feel His love and strength and peace. I have come to understand that when we humble ourselves, that is when the Spirit can be present with us, and guide us and comfort and strengthen us. I was more capable and closer to the Spirit, and was more in tune to the needs of others, which was neat to see. 

Wednesday (May the FOURTH be with you!!!!!) :) Happy Star Wars Day! We had zone meeting which was good!

Thursday was just an awkward day. 

We as a zone are going to sing a musical number at our half-mission conference this week (A member of the 70 is coming! Woo! Elder and Sister Foster). Luckily, most of our zone is willing and can carry a tune :D  We did service at the food bank, which is always fun, I love working there! It is fun to do service with all the other missionaries, because you can work and get to know one another at the same time. :)

Friday was alright. We had interviews with President Passey, and that went well. He was very supportive of me, and had lots of encouraging words, and expressed his full confidence in my abilities, and told me that I have grown so much spiritually, and that he can see great things coming from me. That I am going to continue to grow, and that there is so much success and greatness that awaits me when I do. He said, "You've had quite a few stretching experiences, but I can see you doing great things. Sister Inman, you will go places. I have high hopes for you, and you have pushed through and keep going, despite setbacks and challenges, and I'm going to celebrate that."

I also gained a sister on Friday! Another Inman!!!!! I am so excited that she is part of our family now. I can't wait to meet her finally. I think she belongs in this family. I approve. :) And the reception pictures were beautiful :) You two are so cute.

Saturday was rough. But I got help throughout the day, and got the strength to move forward.

Sunday was AWESOME!!!! Great day. It was Mother's Day. We went to the Pima wards, and RAY and RUDY came!!!!! YAYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!! :D We were so happy. God's tender mercies are the sweetest. Rudy stayed all three hours, because his ride home stayed haha. But he said he enjoyed it! Yayyy! He has experienced a total change of heart, and his whole countenance has changed. He went from Doubting Thomas to a man of great faith. What? Sometimes, you need traumatic experiences to shake you up enough to make a change. And that's just what happened with Rudy.

Ray's baptism is this Saturday! We have been meeting with him about 3 times a week, and have two more lessons with him before his interview! SO EXCITED! Man, it's gonna be one of the coolest baptisms ever. He is so prepared.

I got to Skype home on Sunday! It was kinda weird, because it was only Mom, Dad, and Jesse! But it was nice to see those familiar faces, and we had a good talk. I love my family! Jesse looks so big now...... he's a grown man. :( Is he taller than Jake yet?

Anyway, so that was my week in a nutshell! Nothing too exciting. BUT I am excited for the half mission conference on Thursday! It'll be good. 

A couple more thoughts from Elder Holland and Lynn G. Robbins from the conference:

"This is the most important institution in the world. This is the most important work in the UNIVERSE. And God has left it up to young adults, some of you only 18 years old. You need to take this work SERIOUSLY."
"This is the church of eternal progression. You will not make any U-Turns."
"Do not ever ever EVER walk away from your mission. I can understand the one and the ninety and nine, but I cannot imagine losing a shepherd."

The Discussion
He went over to the whiteboard to start our discussion, and started writing, and said "I write in reformed Egyptian, don't worry about this." haha. His handwriting wasn't too bad. I was looking for different things that Mom looks for in handwriting analysis, but couldn't remember what they meant. Well shoot!
  • Why are we here? Because of the Fall. We brought upon ourselves Physical and Spiritual Death. 2 Nephi 9:6-9 (He asked where we could find that truth, and I knew the answer but chickened out, so he answered it. That was my only regret of that conference. I should have commented. Grrr. Kicking myself in the shins for it. I wish I had participated more. Still can't get over it. -_- )
  • Therefore.... We need a Redeemer.
Which brings us to:
The Enabling Power of the Atonement
1. He is our Advocate with the Father
We want to get into the court room, but we cannot even enter or have any say. We NEED the Savior.
2. Plan of Mercy---Satisfies Justice
Only one person has the power of attorney to give you the ability to enter into God's presence. He buys you a chance to repair the damage. He pleads with the Father to hold the axe a little longer, so He/missionaries can plead with people with all of our might to repent. Time is running out, the probation period is almost up.
3. He is the Surrogate for the Father
He is both the Advocate AND the Judge! He can balance the scales because He is the KEEPER of the scales. The only way that the story is fair is if the Judge, NOT the advocate or the person pays the price. Only HE has the power to do this. "God himself shall come down" to atone for the sins of the world.
4. The Gift of the Holy Ghost
The enabling power comes through the visitation of the Holy Ghost which comes after you prepare yourself to exercise divine power. The Holy Ghost cannot dwell where there is sin. You must receive a remission of sins in order to have the Holy Ghost. Christ HAD to leave, and die, so that the Holy Ghost can come. He HAD to atone, so we could receive that enabling power, or he would have no power to give us, because He hadn't performed the Atonement yet.
5. The Priesthood

The Priesthood holds the keys to all of the spiritual blessings of the church. Do you want to be enabled? Have power? Solve a problem bigger than you? Help investigators? Then you need these two things that ONLY our church has: 1)The Gift of the Holy Ghost, and 2) The Priesthood [after the order of the Son of God], which comes only through the Holy Ghost, which is given to man by the priesthood.

Hope you all have a fantastic week! We have one more week as a companionship before Sister Charles goes home. Wow. I will be taking over the area! Four wards! Holy moly! Scary. Anyway, I love you all, and pray for you daily!

Sister Inman


Our mission with Elder Holland and Elder Robbins! (Can you spot them?) So cool :D

Mi familia! (got to Skype home for Mothers' Day)

Monday, May 2, 2016

Sister Inman Letter - May 2, 2016


Hola Familia!

Sorry, I don't have much time. But I wanted to tell you all of how AWESOME of a week I had! Holy moly! Sorry for the lack of organization.

Tuesday night we drove to Tucson and spent the night at the Vehicle Coordinator's house with the Thatcher Sisters! I also got to see the Phippen's there, the senior couple from my first zone! :)


So bright and early on Wednesday, we met at the Tucson North Stake Center, (7:15am)

We took a mission photo with Elder Holland, Elder Lynn G. Robbins, and Elder Heymore and his wife (Area Seventy over the Tucson area). SO COOL. He is a lot more intense in person. But man, when he walked in, the Spirit just flooded the entire gym. Almost like Jesus Himself just stepped into the room. We all got quiet. But he walked right by me! Man. So after the photo, he said, "Let's start the meeting right now. Before we go into the chapel, be reverent, and prepare to be taught by the Spirit. I will be at the door to shake your hand, and I want you to tell me your name, and where you are from."

So we each, individually, were able to look into his eyes, shake his hand, tell him our name, and where we are from. It was my first time meeting an Apostle, and especially Elder Holland, so before I even shook his hand, I was fighting back tears, I was filled with emotion. So I shook his hand, and looked into his eyes (They are a very pretty bright blue color and pierce your soul) and told him my name and where I was from. He said "It is good to have you here." 

We then shook all of the other general authorities' hands, and the Passey's.

Due to lack of time, I will just share a few of my favorite parts:

First off, I was sitting on the front row. (Right? So lucky!) But he came down with a clip on microphone and walked around. He said "I don't normally do this, but I am going to today."

"I wouldn't miss this opportunity for anything. Aside from my family, of all of the places and people I would rather be with in the whole world, I would choose to be with missionaries."

"My mission was everything to me. I had a thousand reasons not to go. I have thought about my mission every day for 54 years. It should mean EVERYTHING to you. 50 years from now, still testify of the same Gospel the way you do now. That is how I am able to testify with such great conviction today. When you get home, don't get up there are tell jokes. Don't tell about the time when you pulled a prank on your companion, or the funny stories. You TESTIFY OF THE GOSPEL and ACT LIKE A MISSIONARY. There will be younger kids there, where you might be the very thing that gets them to go on a mission. Be the missionary that will inspire my grandchildren to look up at you and think, 'Wow, I want to be like that."

"YOU determine what the church looks like. YOU represent the church. You do not have the RIGHT to break and destroy the trust that the Church and its leaders and people place in you. They think we are perfect. I do not have the RIGHT to destroy that image. You and I have the exact same assignment. You are apostolic! The work we do is the same. We are witnesses of this sacred message."

"Do not miss ONE SECOND of this opportunity. You will NEVER get it again. Except for cases like me, where I have to die to be released, you will not have this opportunity ever again."

"I can't always yell and scream from the pulpit, but that's another reason I love being with missionaries, because I can." :)

"My future as an Apostle rests in your hands. The future of this Church rests on how well you represent it."

"YOU NEED TO TAKE. THIS. SERIOUSLY." (pounds his hand on the podium)

The second part of his conference was like a classroom almost. He used a whiteboard, we studied the scriptures together, and we came to understand the Enabling power of the Atonement better, as taught by an Apostle, through the Holy Ghost. Wow. We had participation from different missionaries, too.

He also told us, "Do you know why we shake your hands and look into your eyes individually? Because the eyes are the window to the soul, and it allows us to interview you. Do we really care to know where you are from? We looked into ever one of your eyes, and I can tell that you have some amazing missionaries here. Not perfect, none of us are." (He then made eye contact with me and said "We all have imperfections, don't we?" Ha! talk about scary. I shook my head yesss. He then said, "I do know that about 3 of you Elders are struggling. You can work through this."

But he interviewed each of us and listened for the Spirit to know who we are on the inside. Maybe that's why he seemed sort of in a daze? So cool. I wonder what he saw in me...? 

Then after his discussion, he had to leave early to catch a flight, but he pushed back his plans to make sure to be here with us. Super honored.

We then were instructed by Elder Robbins, and that was SO COOL. Exactly what I needed, and everything that was said this day changed me. I'll tell you more about it next week. 

Well, that's all I have time for. We had lots of miracles this weekend, and I know that the Lord prepares His children in ways that we don't always understand!

Stay strong, I love you all! I am excited for Chauncey to join our family, and I am so proud of you all for all of your accomplishments and successes I hear about!

Have a great week, and I will SEE you next week! (Skype)

Sister Inman

The Gila Valley Temple

I saw Hna. Adams!

The sunsets were super pretty!

Sister Inman Letter - April 25, 2016

Sick all this week, but STOKED for next week!


Well, here's another boring email. Sorry. I have been sick alllllll week long. So I am super behind on my journal entries, and they would most likely be something like, "Day 4, Still stick. Threw up. Did nothing else all day."

So I will spare you the details, because there aren't many to report :)

MONDAY: We had P-day, I don't really remember what happened, because I got sick that night. BUT, before that, we did an FHE with the Ashenbremers. We were teaching them about charity and service, so we did a little activity with them. We did a little service scavenger hunt, Team Mom and Team Dad, and they had to find different acts of service they could do around the house. For example, find one bed that is not your own, and make it. Pick up two toys that are not yours. Put away any clothes that aren't your own. Hug your teammate. Draw a picture for someone on the other team and write one nice thing about them. And they had about 3 minutes to do it, and they had fun! We always have a hard time keeping their attention, (especially the kids') but it was good! And at the end we had each of them draw a name (It was their "secret mission") and they had to do something every day to serve that person in their family. But they had to do it as a secret. So, for fun, we gave each of them these goofy glasses to wear as a disguise so no one could tell it was them doing service. I'd say it was rather clever. :) (Thanks, Spirit!) That night I got very sick, it seemed like food poisoning from lunch... yeah...

TUESDAY: Woke up in the middle of the night, sick again. We texted Sister Passey about what to do, and she texted back, "Go back to bed. There is a nasty stomach flu going around that lasts about 24 hours. Drink lots of clear fluids and sleep as much as you can." She said to stay in until I can keep down food and don't feel nauseous anymore. So, I did, and we ended up having to cancel all of our appointments for the day... I didn't get better like I was hoping. But my stomach started feeling better by the night time, but then my head was on fire. So I was in great shape.

WEDNESDAY morning, we went to a funeral for Peggy's daughter Brandy's Father-in-law. Very somber, very sad. There were a lot of rough-around-the-edges people there, some of which from Brandy and Mike's biker gang (it's a good gang that protects abused and neglected children). It was really neat to see these big, tatted up guys go up to Mike's mom and give her a big hug and a kiss on the cheek. Very sad for the family.

Right afterwards, we went to zone breakout before district meeting. We talked about zone goals for this month. Then, we talked about preparing for Elder Holland to come this week. ON WEDNESDAY!!!! SUUper excited for that! We each get to meet him and shake his hand. We will also get a mission photo, probably with him, as well as Lynn G. Robbins of the presidency of the 70, and their wives. Sister Charles is saying the closing prayer for the meeting and is super nervous haha.

THURSDAY we went to the temple, and did an endowment session. I took a family name! Yay! I love the temple. This time, I actually went in with a specific set of questions, and pondered about them beforehand. Then my mind was opened and I remembered some more questions that I had! My mind was enlightened. I still don't have very many answers, but hopefully one day I will. :) I was still sick, but Heavenly Father blessed me to be able to do and enjoy the whole session!!! God is a God of miracles.

FRIDAY we drove all the way to Tucson because we both had Doctor's appointments! That was a disaster. Tucson traffic and drivers are terrible. They honk at you when you barely got a green light, and are not very nice. On our way back, we got lost for about an hour and a half, in Tucson, then got stuck in rush hour traffic for a while, then drove through Benson, got something to eat really quick, because we hadn't eaten all day, then I started feeling really sick again. And we finally made it back home close to curfew. It was bad.

SATURDAY we had comp. study with the Thatcher sisters, then went to the farm for service! We got to work in the greenhouse, to pot tomatoes. Sister McCombie and I were in charge of keeping the soil wet. I love her. Essentially we got to play with mud and it was okay to do so. :) 
We had another lesson with Race, and he opened up and talked more! We were so excited, because he normally doesn't say much. Apparently he was really sad when we had to cancel the other day. He's a cute kid. 

SUNDAY, church was really good! Lots of things that I needed to hear, and very cool insights I gained!

Something that I learned that was really cool, when we do work for the dead, we then give our dead the power and ability to influence their descendants, even those in other countries who have not yet accepted the gospel. The power of those on the other side of the veil is more powerful than we think it is! Maybe we won't send missionaries to all of the countries throughout the world right away, but the power than comes from our ancestors can soften hearts faster than we can. Pretty neat. :)

We had a missionary meeting for the Pima Stake, which includes two sets of missionaries for 7 wards..... and the high priest over missionary work. We are going to get things moving in ALL of our wards!!!

At dinner, we had homemade sorbet for dessert. They made a ton and gave us the leftovers, like half a gallon! YES!!!! :D

Anyway, I'm sorry for the supah lame email this week. I've got some pictures, so I hope it makes up for it! I got Jake and Chauncey's wedding invite! They're so cute. That's so awesome you could do a temple session with them! I want to meet her! She sounds like she will be a fantastic addition to our family, and that makes me happy! :) We're getting another Inman!

I love you all and hope you have a wonderful week!


Sister Inman

The Seesters

The Ashenbremer's

​Fabulous disguises

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Our district minus one set of Elders
L to R: Elder Phillips, Elder Farnsworth (DL), me, Sister Brown, Sister McCombie, and Sister Charles

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Hna's Anderson and Garcia, then at the end is Sisters Steele and Dunn

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Almost turned Right!!! I miss it!

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Went to eegee's!!!

Yet another selfie (sorry)

The Farm and our crew feat. Max, the guy in charge

Sister McCombie and I

Stopped to smell the...roses?

The Farm

We got to stop by the temple while we were in Tucson! It is coming along so fast! It is ancicipated that it will be finished and dedicated in March of next year. :)

Kindred Spirits

Strictly Business