That same day, is when we have TRANSFERS=when a missionary changes to another place, route, or means of transportation during a journey.
This was Sister Ames's first transfer so she was very excited to say the least!! It appeared to be a big reunion where everyone is hugging, talking, giving high five's, laughing oh and moving their luggage from one car to the next. But really in short its taking all the missionaries that aren't training brand new missionaries and mixing them all up according to how President Ames felt needed. I had never seen anything so chaotic move so smooth and efficient! I kept asking, "How do they know what to do, where to go"? Its mostly inspiring to see how happy, kind, loving and motivating these missionaries are to each other and everyone around them.
We also take our Senior couples that are leaving, and treat them to a nice dinner afterwards. This part is anything but work for us!
We never said we didn't have any fun- I mostly love how happy these missionaries are after serving, obeying, committing, changing, inviting, and loving.
This is a great way for them to end their mission and we just love it.