I' m bawling those hideous sobs. Luckily they are blasting Latino music in here so nobody can hear. Finally after this email from you mom and dad I feel just peace. I am glad that I am not the only one who feels like that. I was doubting it. If my momma feels the same way, it must be right.
Let' s go get pedicures and talk forever because my feet look nasty after all this.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS EMAIL.
I love you. Litterally, this email is everything to me.
On Sun, Jul 6, 2014 at 9:50 PM, Jennifer Saylin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You have been on my mind constantly this past week. First of all, you are wonderful. I love you. I am amazed with your strength, faith, and courage in the Lord. You are truly an Esther who, despite adversity and challenge, trusted Him. He knows you and I know smiles upon you today. This has been an incredible journey, and you will hear the words, "Well done!" I am sorry you have been through all of this. However, you are glorious.
I had an experience two days ago I would like to share with you. I don't know if I can adequately express it, but I will try. In my prayers for you, amidst tears and worry for you, our kind Father—your Father and mine--spoke clearly to my soul this thought. "My daughter, Kate shines brighter and I need her light somewhere else." I was surprised—I knew this, but it was quite something to hear it and feel it from Him! Then He said, "Don't worry, this is My plan and the sun shines brightly for her." Both thoughts and sentences were about light, did you notice? Light—you are light! While He created light, and it is His to distribute, you are one of His great ones and your light shone so well in Honduras! Now your light will return to continue to bless us and many others. I am so proud of you. So is our God.
I am sorry you have been struggling so much. You must have forgotten you were a Saylin because you didn't complain in the true Saylin way in your emails!!!!! We thought when we didn't hear anything last week about the MRI results that all was ok. It seemed to happen so fast, but that is ok. The Lord created the earth in six days! Now that is fast! He has a plan and we a thrilled to share in your life. I know the Savior will be on the plane with you……….well done, my sweet Hermana. I am sure you are full of many emotions. While I am sure you may wish this wasn't your journey, we can't wait to have you back home again. Thursday night will be a sweet night. :)
We look forward to loving you, pampering you, and taking care of your knee. Things will come together for you, no doubt, with school or everything else the Lord has in store. I can't wait to see His hand reveal it to you. It will be so good.
I must also say, that I was sad that my email last week never sent. We were at the beach house and I didn't notice it didn't send. The internet was hit and miss. Sorry. I don't think I will resend it. :) I just wanted to let you know that I wrote you and I have been praying for your knee and your missionary service. Constantly.
We look forward to Thursday. Isn't it nice to know, you will always be in the right place at the right time when the Lord is at the helm. Now that is peace.
Can't wait to talk to you for hours about all of your experiences there. Your testimony is a shining testament to us all. President Klein said the sweetest things about you. You are greatly loved.
I love you, forever. See you soon and enjoy your last few days with the people of Honduras.