Sister Abigail Cannon

Sister Abigail Cannon is serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the England London Mission. She began her service on July 26, 2006, leaving from her home of Provo, Utah. This Blog is a record of her missionary service.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

E-mail - Sept. 12, 2007

"Not too much to report. Zone Conference was yesterday in Colchester and we had a bit of a miracle on our way home. Sister Mortensen (and her two companions, there is a trio in Bury now) gave us a ride to the train station and we arrived just in time to catch the late arriving train to Norwich. Having a bit of time, we got some dinner and got on the train to Lowestoft. We, we got on a train but it was not going to Lowestoft , in fact, it was not going anywhere. When the train next to us pulled away, we were faced with an extra hour in Norwich. Aside from a little teasing from the Elders, we managed and got to teach a young man named Danny. We talked all the way to Lowestoft and answered all sorts of his questions from the Book of Mormon. It was so cool! We are seeing him again on Saturday. It's amazing how the Lord uses timing. Ant it's made even more miraculous by the fact that Danny never takes the train home. This is the first time his friend was unable to give him a ride. I love being a missionary.

We should be getting bikes soon. We have two blokes bikes that are a little bit inappropriate with a skirt so the Elders Quorum President is looking around. Everybody keeps talking about our "Indian Summer" . Every other day is really warm or blustery and autumny. Love, Sister Cannon"

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