This has been one of the most and least eventful weeks of my mission. Last week marked the end of Sister Meng's mission, and as a result there was a lot of prep work that had to be taken care of this week in order to help her get everything ready to head home. In addition to that, there was a huge clamour among the members in order to grab a chance to feed us this week. We had a dinner every night and a lunch on top of that. Needless to say, I'm still stuffed. Oh, and we have another lunch today as well. I've been joking with Sister Meng that I need to "kill" (the term we use for being the companion of a missionary who is heading home) my companions more often! However, despite all the farewell ado, we had one of our slowest weeks in terms of lessons, finding, etc. We'll be starting this new transfer working from scratch as far as investigators go, but I'm looking forward to it as an opportunity for huge miracles. Either way, lots of prayers. I probably ought to mention that I we received our call last night with my new assignment (area and companion). I'll be staying here in St.Cats this transfer and my MTC companion, Sister Willoughby, will be joining me! I love the people here in St.Cats and I'm happy to continue to serve with them and I'm so glad to be with another Mandarin speaking sister. Continuing to have the opportunity to have my Chinese improve after Sister Meng left has been something I've been praying really hard for, and it's comforting to see prayers answered. Sister Hsiung, the other Mandarin sister, will be staying in Bayview (the Mandarin ward in Toronto) training a new Mandarin speaking sister! It's good to know there are more of us coming.