She's coming home on Friday, July 5, 2013!!!!!

She will be flying with 
Delta Airlines on Flight DL2204 
arriving at Salt Lake International at 4:05 p.m.

Her homecoming Sacrament talk will be 
on July 14, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. 
at the Provo Sunset 10th Ward
located at 1402 S. 570 W., Provo, UT 84601


Counting Down Over Utah, I Assume ;-)

Almost a Heart?  haha

The Last Huzah

This week has been phenomenal! I love the ward and the Thai people so much. Surprisingly though, I haven't cried much. I still don't feel like I'm at the end of my mission. So, we'll wait till Thursday and see how that goes. Yesterday, Sister Mullen and I did two musical numbers and I gave a talk and had lots of food to eat! We also have a new dater!! She's a referral from a recent convert and she wants to get baptized!! :D Her name is Jane. She's 17 years old and way cute. He sister comes sometimes so we are going to go visit her family at home. Her mom seems open to the gospel because she signed her paper and gave her permission to learn. Sister Oh was also confirmed yesterday! She has such a solid testimony and she has come a long way. It was a very sweet day, very happy. 

Well I'll be talking to all of you at the end of the week... weird. 

Right now, we are going to prepare for our (my last) family home evening. One of my stretch goals for the end of my mission is to testify of the Book of Mormon everyday and help members and investigators read it. So that is our theme and it's perfect because President just sent us an email about how there is a "Book of Mormon Reading Challenge" across all of Thailand! It is our 'Gift to the Savior'! It's going to be great. 

Well I love you all. Now I can really say, "see you soon!" ;) 

Love always,
Sister Yeo 


She's Baptized

Sister Mullen and I at Stake Conference :-) 

Sister โอ๋ Baptism! :)

Mission Photo with Elder Andersen

Hey, this week will be a little bit short because I'm trying to finish 3 projects in the next week and a half. 

How is everyone doing?!! 

Yes, I've come to this point in my mission but I've never been so busy in my life. My companion is wonderful and I love her. She helps me out so much. p.s. Her parents are in Thailand! They planned this trip before she got her mission call so if we run into them we've asked for permission if we could eat with them. Cool stuff. 

Sister Oh baptism was beautiful! I was telling Sister Mullen that on June 23rd a year ago, Sister Bon was the first baptism I saw in Thailand and exactly one year later, Sister Oh is the last baptism I'll see on my mission. Cool huh?! It was such a spiritual experience and I'm so grateful for it all. She'll be confirmed this Sunday and we'll be playing a special musical number. Sister Carter let me borrow her flute so we are going through a list of songs to see which one we would like to do! :-) 

Ahhhh, so much to do. We are actually at a random Internet place and I only have 3 minutes. We are going to get on again at around 4 p.m. our time because we only had 30 minutes to email so far. 

I love you all

Sister Yeo 


Mission-wide Dan Jones

YSA activity and Sister Ploys birthday

Father's Day Wishes

So much to say about this week! Ahhhh. I’m so hungry right now…haha…I’ll be going to find breakfast after this! This week I had my very last zone conference :( I’ll tell you about that in a moment. We also had a huge mission-wide Dan Jones activity and we had a car wash! (never thought we'd do that in Thailand!) 

The Dan Jones activity was really successful and a great help for our area this week. We were also on switch offs and I was with Sister Stewart. We talked to every person we could find and we found some potential "priesthood investigators." Honestly, it made me nervous to go up and talk to some people and as I wonder why that was so, I just think I was scared they would reject the only message that is going to help them improve their life. However, we learned from zone conference that sharing the gospel is what we came to do and that reminder helped us communicate effectively with everyone. It was tons of fun and I had to remind myself that it's what I've been doing every day. The only difference is we report the number of people we talk to. 

This week, Sister Mullen and I are focusing on Sabbath day because we have noticed that church attendance is not consistent. Yesterday, we had 86 people at church and so we evaluated areas that we need to work on and how we can teach both members and less actives the importance of keeping the Sabbath day holy. We had decided to make/give out little notebooks to try to commit members, investigators and less actives to spiritually prepare for Sunday and during church by writing down thoughts or feelings they have in their notebook. It's the worst feeling waiting at church for members to show up. All our investigators are at church now and we still have to wait on LA's and members! Ahhhh! Our goal is 120 by the end of the transfer. 

During zone conference there's always the last 30-45 minutes for missionaries who are finishing to share their testimony. I remember almost a year ago watching Sister Yinn give her testimony and feel like that day was so far away. It was an interesting feeling. We all got up to the stand and I had to say a prayer because I hadn't emotionally collected myself. I thought about how I could even summarize the last year and a half of my life. I was actually the first person in the queue to share my testimony and so it took me a minute but I didn't cry! (amazing huh!) I just teared up.

In summary, my mission has been a change. Since the time I was a new missionary to this very day, SO much has changed and I feel that I have as well. Repentance has been the focus on my personal study this last transfer and I think about all the people we are teaching and how much we all need the Atonement. We are imperfect people, living in an imperfect place trying to do better but need the help of others to succeed. Life is always going to change. I have to accept the next transition in my life in 3 weeks but we aren't meant to stay in one spot. Our purpose is to progress forward and prepare for something better, prepare to meet God. 

I am sad to leave Thailand but I know it's going to come. Things will change but in the end, it's only a change of attire. Pants instead of skirts, textbooks instead of pass along cards but still Sister Yeo. I love my mission. I’m still not done yet. 

Our investigators Sister "Oh" is getting baptized this Sunday. I couldn't be more grateful to see someone decided to change one last time before I come home. 

I love you all!! 
Sister Yeo