Sister Drummond is on her final transfer, and she’s over two areas now. She’ll end her mission continuing as a Sister Training Leader. She’s exhausting herself in the service of our Savior, but what a great spiritual ride. This special experience is priceless. We have watched her blossom and grow from afar.
As Sister Drummond’s parents, we will be flying to Alabama to pick up our sweet daughter in the middle of April. We look forward to touring the area and meeting the people she has grown to love deeply. We are super excited to see her again and to hug her tightly. We love her so very much.
Stay steadfast in Christ Sister Drummond.
Mom and Dad
Sister Drummond has been transferred to Huntsville, Alabama. She has spent over half of her mission in Mississippi, and it was hard for her to leave but she’s also excited for her next adventure. She goes where she’s supposed to without complaint.
I was super excited to see a picture of Sister Drummond today with her old friend Alex Rogers. Sister Rogers and Sister Drummond grew up in the same ward and went to school together. What a treat to be able to see a familiar face and exchange warm hugs. (Thanks to April Cook for the pictures.)
Her new companion is Sister Crandall from Washington State. They are STLs in Huntsville. Stay steadfast in Christ.
Well life is getting crazy!! I’m getting transferred y’all! So, no mail this week til I get my new address out!! NO MAIL THIS WEEK.
I really don’t have much to say this week. I don’t remember this week much…It’s like the longer I am on my mission, the more I don’t remember. It’s like a sneak peak to becoming old. 😉 Ha.
Love her smile. Love her face. Love this girl.
All is well.
~ Jesselyn’s Mom
Well it’s official. She has been transferred to Tupelo, Mississippi as a new Sister Training Leader. Here she is with her new companion Sister Wittwer.
It seems that Mississippi needs her more than Alabama.