Monday, May 18, 2015

week 68:

Hi Everyone,

I love you all so much.  I know I say it all the time but it is because I totally mean it!

Mom, you are an angel for helping me with my school registration.  I really wish I could be more help but I need to concentrate on the work and you are taking a load off me by doing it.  It would be so hard doing it by myself from here.

I am a little nervous to come home.  It will be so strange getting back into the normal life.  It is so close now--only ten weeks!  That's so crazy.  Okay, end of rant!  It is going to be so weird not having a companion.  Mom, you will have to be my bff and I will follow you around all day!

I think Mom's love of dogs has rubbed off on me and now I have fleas because I love dogs.  My legs are terrible because of flea bites.  HORRIBLE.    Oh well, battle scars right.

ALso, I LOVE HERMANA LOPEZ. We are lilke SUCH good friends. 

I think I told you last week that I was asked to play the piano at church.  I don't play the piano!  I told them i can't play. Also only 20 people came to church this Sunday, and 4 of them were us missionaries. It is so hard to get used to! But it is growin' on me. 

Can't wait to see your all your faces! 


Hermana Watt

For those keeping track-only 71 more days


Me and Hermana Lopez in the New Harmony of Chile

Hermana's Watt and Lopez with lady in their area

Kamryn and Chilean dog

Hermana Lopez and Hermana Watt

Monday, May 11, 2015

Week 67: I LOVE YOU!


I just want you to know that I love you so much, and I was SO happy to see everyone on Skype.  Thank you all for being there so that I could see all of you! I can't believe how big Emily and Hattie are!

Right now I am in a place called Illapel! It is totally New Harmony in Chlie, and they actually asked me to play the piano. Too bad Allie isn't here because I know NOTHING.  I am still a Sister Training Missionary.

Can't wait to hug you all!


Hermana Watt

Illapel, Chile

Illapel is a Chilean city, which is the capital of the Choapa Province, Coquimbo Region. It lies along the Illapel River and marks the country's narrowest point along a parallel.It's located to the east of Los Vilos.

According to the 2002 census of the National Statistics Institute, Illapel spans an area of 2,629.1 km2 (1,015 sq mi) and has 30,355 inhabitants.

Choapa Province is one of the provinces making up the Coquimbo Region of Chile. It has an area of 10,079.8 km² and a population of 81,681. The capital of the province is the town of Illapel. The current governor is Gisella Mateluna Gambo.
The province is divided into four communes (comunas) administered by four municipalities:

This Week's Pictures

New companion Sister Lopez
They have known each other from Leadership Conferences

Hermana Watt and Hermana Roskelley 
from San Francisco

Sister Morris and I with the Zone Leaders

Saying Goodbye to Mesach

Hermana Fajardo and Hermana Watt

Hermana Morris, Hermana Watt, Hermana Fajardo and Hermana Roskelley

Monday, May 4, 2015


There has been a lot of news about Chile lately with the volcano eruption.  Just so no one will worry, the eruption is not where Kamryn is and in fact she never heard of it happening as stated in her last email to Amber.

Also, there was a story in the news about four sister missionaries who were attacked in Chile.  This happened in the Concepcion Mission.  Kamryn is the Vina del Mar mission.

Here is what she said about that:

"I just want you to know that here, we are super okay and protected, especially 
where i live. We live in a gated complex, and they are super safe. I am 
in a really good area, and my mission is a pretty safe mission in general (: No 

She is busy in the work and enjoying her mission and the people of Chile!

She and her companion, Sister Morris, made cookies for the Elders.  The picture below looks like they really enjoyed them!  

People in Chile tie their horses up at their houses.  There is a picture of that here as well!


Sister Morris, the Elders, Sister Watt
I think Ora Siempre means Pray Always.

The Missionaries enjoying their homemade cookies!
The two Elders on the left are the Zone Leaders

A beautiful view and notice the horse tied up to the house

The horse

Happy missionaries, Hermana Morris and Hermana Watt