Tuesday, March 31, 2015


Taken from an email to her mom.

I can´t even believe that it is already Monday again!  TIME IS FLYING. I don´t really want it to. It is so bittersweet.  I love my mission and I love the people of Chile.  It is so beautiful here especially the beaches.

I have a conference on Friday.  Can you believe my mission President will be going home in June?  He has been a wonderful President but I am sure his replacement will be great too.

I am so excited for Allie getting her Patriarchal blessing.  I am excited that I will be home when Kim and Jared have their little boy!  

Can't wait to see all your faces on Mother's Day on Skype.  I miss you all so much.


Loves (:



Wednesday, March 18, 2015


This week's letter from Kamryn is taken from the email from her mom.  Isn't it wonderful she is completely immersed in the work?

Dear Mom,

You have no idea how much I love this pic of me and Allie! I had no idea it existed, and I am so happy that you sent it to me (: It made my whole day (: I am going to print it off and put it on my desk. 

Sweet sister's goodbye!

I really am so happy to hear that the girls are talking about going on missions. I hoped in some way that I could be an example to them.  The purpose of our life here on earth is to bring others to the truth.  To be able to return and live with God again. That is why we are here, and giving up a year and a half is SO 
worth it. It has changed my whole life. I hope they go (: 

But I know I couldn't have done it without all of the support of you guys. That has made ALL the difference. 

Mesach is doing really well (: and even made a 30 minute comment in the gospel principles class yesterday.  This week was his birthday and we bought him a cake. (: It was the best!  

We are working hard here in Placilla, and there are some really good potential investigators. We serve very dilligently and try to find those who will accept the Lord and our message. 

I can't believe it is March already!   I actually come home July  29th. Is that just crazy?  Only 4 months left. I leave on the 28th, but I have an overnight flight... So I will come home the morning of the 29th (: 1 year and a half exactly!

This inserted by me
132 Days!!
 (from March 18 for those who may be counting!!!)

Hoppy, Hoppy, Hoppy!

I love you mom! Thank you for everything you do.  You have changed my life. I am so happy I am serving, and I am excited to enjoy the rest of my time here (: 


Love, Hermana Watt 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Week 58: Busy In The Work!

Another busy week in the mission field so no email this week from Kam.  I am including some excerpts from Kamryn's  email to her mom this week and some pictures.

"The area is super awesome. Everything is going 
well here in Placilla! I can´t even believe it, but 
we have changes again in two weeks. I am pretty sure
I am staying. But, I wouldn't mind, because I really 
love it here. We have found some good people, and the
members are amazing. They help us SO much with 
the work. 

We visited with Mesach this week and took a picture with him.  I love the mission. These chileans are hilarious. 

We had a conference, but I haven´t gotten any more packages
yet. Hopefully soon! They make my whole week. 
I can't believe that the time is going by way too fast. Just
seems like yesterday I was in the airport crying because 
I ripped my ensigns. 

I want you to know i am happy (: This always has and always will 
be the best decision I have ever made. The gospel makes me happy."


Kamryn and Mesach

Zone Conference picture with Mission President and his wife in the middle (Kam 5th from the right)

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Week 57: Line upon line

 This week has been a bittersweet experience!

We went this Sunday to have Mesach get 
confirmed, but... He wasn´t home. It was definitely
a trial of faith both for me and my companion. As we
know, the baptism isn't complete without receiving the
Holy Ghost. But we had a prayer in our hearts that 
we could go by after and see what happened. On the 
way I was telling my companion that I was so sad 
and that there was no reason for him to miss because 
we had confirmed the day before that we would be there. 
We passed by later that day, and we knocked on his door,
and he answered with tears in his eyes telling us how he 
was so sorry and felt so sick that he couldn't move that
morning. His body is super weak, so he has a hard time
getting around. I learned a lot after that, that even though
my first instinct was to be upset, I realized that there is 
always a reason behind everything. That we always need to 
know WHY someone does something before we react in 
a negative way. I know the Lord was really trying to teach me
that I need to have a pure love of Christ. We said a prayer
with him that he would have the strength to be able to 
receive the Holy Ghost next week, and I know the Lord
will answer his prayer. 

I was studying in the Doctrine and Covenants, and I came upon a scripture that I love that says: 

47 He that is faithful and endureth shall overcome the world.

I know that this is true. Sometimes the answer to 
our problems is so simple, yet our pride keeps us from
receiving the real happiness that we are seeking. Maybe
because it requires a little more sacrifice than we are 
comfortable with, but whatever sacrifice we have to make to 
stay faithful and endure, is worth it. Why? Because look 
at the promise... whoever does shall "overcome the world": 

I know this church is true. Even though it is not always easy, 
it is ALWAYS worth it. 

Love, Hermana Watt