Sister Bailey and Sister Black popped into the office today and spent a few minutes visiting before heading off to a lunch appointment. I think I've mentioned before that Sister Bailey is a talented musician, interested in going into medicine, already has a CNA, and is a sweetheart. Sister Black is equally adorable, the 2nd of 10 children and wants to be a high school biology teacher. She's from Provo, attended BYU before her mission and is also an accomplished pianist.
A few hours later Sister Lindstrom and Sister Hoskins stopped by on their way home for lunch. Sister Hoskins is serving in Gonzales with Sister Wily, but she's on exchanges, so it was fun to have her in the office. Sister H has a beautiful voice. She and Sister Hockemier sang an arrangement of "I am a Child of God" that I hadn't heard before at the last transfer meeting. She used to serve in the Vidalia/Natchez district with Sister Stennett, the violinist. For awhile they performed weekly with the Natchez Elders at the old Grand Hotel in Natchez. They'd sing/play and entertain in the very Grand Lobby of the Grand Hotel. President Wall said they were an outstanding foursome. Sister H completed 2 years at BYU before her mission, and I think she's a vocal performance major.