Sunday, April 20, 2014


A week of changes!! I left Tsuen wan after 6 months and am now in Sha tin. I can't believe I have already been out in the field for 6 months. The time has gone by soo fast! Tsuen wan was amazing and all of the people I met there as well. I'm going to miss our ward. Adi is continuing to be strong and she actually said the word mission. Obviously that doesn't mean she will go, but she said the word so I'll take that as a good sign! If not mission, I'm praying for BYU Hawaii.  Tse Jimuih is doing well. I called her and said I was moving and so they took us to dinner after English. Adi was also there with us so it was an awesome last meal in Tsuen wan.  People there were:  Me, Elder Hartwig, Elder Lai, Adi, Tse Jimuih, A-hin, A-yuh.  When A-hin and A-yuh (Tse Jimuih's kids) found out that I was leaving they called me and said "what?  You can't move!!!" and I explained why I had to move and they were pretty sad. They called me later that night just to chat a little bit haha. Then they called again the next day before I left. They are soo cute!! I hope I will have the opportunity of seeing them all again. And Elder Hartwig said he will keep me updated on everything.
I've heard a lot of good things about my new area, Sha Tin. There is a huge river running down the middle of it where they do those rowing contests (super slim boats with like 4 people)   Sha tin is also considered one of the more pretty areas. So far the finding has been pretty good as well. It's definitely going to be a lot of hard work but Sha Tin seems like a good place. I met the ward on Sunday. This ward is stacked! The old mission president is in our ward, as well as a member of the first quorum of the 70s.  The church is a stand alone and it's next to the mountain and so sometimes monkeys come down and you can see them out of the sacrament windows. I didn't see any yesterday but I've still got a while! haha Good things will be coming and if we expect miracles, they will come. Just like in Joseph Smith's experience. The second main time he went looking for a major answer he EXPECTED an angelic visitation. If we want to change or receive answers, or miracles, we have to expect them and then be willing to do our part as well.  Miracles happen! I love you all! Til next week!

Love, Elder Zach Cederlof

New Companion - Elder Koochin
Giant Bee flying around apartment - He said was 3" long!

Tsuen Wan apartment on this street

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