Monday, February 15, 2021

Weekly Letter #61: February 15th, 2021

Hello hello hello!

Wow. Time flies when you're having fun. It seems like just yesterday I was deciding if I wanted to write a weekly email or not, and look at where we are again. Me again debating whether or not to write an email. Classic.

To be honest, I completely forgot it was Valentine's Day until halfway through the day. However, to celebrate this fun holiday, Sister Cairns and I cooked our first ever meal in our kitchen in the flat we've been living in for 4 weeks! For those of you who live in England who read these awful emails, the pumpkin stuffed pasta from Aldi is delicious. Just in case you were wondering.

Unsurprisingly, the most commonly requested information has been about the spiders that have taken over our household and what we've done to deal with them. I am happy to announce that thanks to my most favorite aunt and uncle (yes I'm talking about you, Ian), our entire kitchen has been doused in spider killer. While I have not looked too closely because I am scared, I have not seen any spiders this week which is a massive win. But then again, I also run in and out of the kitchen without looking at the floor once or twice a day so there is a very high possibility my brain is just blocking them out to protect me. For now, I'll declare a victory on the war with the creepy-crawlers.


I can't think of any to be honest. Stay tuned.

For a couple months now, I have been in the possession of a very nice ix30 Hyundai car named Victoria. She has been a source of much laughter and amusement, because we have also been able to mock some missionaries that we serve with that have a far inferior ix20 Hyundai car. Victoria has been my pride and joy, and I loved her very much. For those of you who are still reading this email, I hope you noticed the past tense of 'loved her very much'. This will be important going into the next part of my story. This week, we received the awful news that unfortunately we would be losing Victoria, and would be receiving an old ix20. This caused many tears and great heartache, but the deed was done. And yes, the first time we saw the missionaries we had been taunting for months about their crappy car, they told us it was 'carma'. Lol.

This entire story was a build up for that one awful pun. Aren't you glad you somehow got on this email list? I sure wouldn't be.

I'm sorry my emails suck. Thanks for all the love and support always!

Photographs Below :)

Weekly Letter #61: February 15th, 2021
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