Tuesday, October 27, 2015

WE LOVE FALL!!!

This week in review:

Zach, CJ, and Chase were baptized! We had the most ward support we've ever had at a baptism. They've already made friends in the ward and they all came, along with their Sunday School teachers and Primary/Young Men leaders. The boy’s parents, grandparents and Jaiden came! (Jaiden is the older sister; she didn't feel ready to be baptized yet so we are going to keep working with her) But everything just went so well. The boys came to all 3 hours of church which was perfect because it was the primary program so afterwards the kids watched a movie and ate popcorn. haha Their father is agnostic, but he has been super cool with us. He likes that we are teaching his kids and lets them choose what they want to believe. But a couple nights before the baptism I was thinking about something we could do that could help soften his heart and the idea popped into my head that we should do a musical number "A Child's Prayer" at the baptism. So without any practice we rounded all the kids up who attended the baptism and had them sing with us. AND IT WAS SO COOL. The parents seated started joining in and the spirit was so strong. Primary songs are so powerful. 

Basically this baptism couldn't have gone any smoother. The Bragg family knows the love that this ward has for their kids, and now these sweet little boys are the newest members of the Russellville first ward! Also the Bragg family showed us the whip and nay nay dance, so now we aren't in the dark about that anymore. haha 

Last P-Day we went and watched Jaiden play in her volleyball game! And oh my goodness it made me miss basketball so much! And I need one of y’all to do me a favor-Whenever we tell people that Sister Lewis and I used to play against each other in High School they always ask "Who won?" And we both say "I did!" Poor Hermana Lewis is sorely mistaken. So can someone send me the scores so we can put this nonsense to rest?

Daniela and Jamie mentioned waiting to go through the Salt Lake Temple until both of us are home from our missions so we can go with them and watch them be sealed. AHHHHHHHH!!!! =)

The 40 day fast is going well! I think the hardest for me has been no naps during meals :/ I miss those. 

Our teaching pool continues to grow! We are doing a lot of sifting to find the elect so we can narrow down who is ready right now for baptism. It was nice to have an entire week in our area! 

Mainly what I learned this week is I am nothing. I certainly haven't done anything to deserve the blessings that are constantly showered down. Even just the baptism going so well-it all was just too good to be true honestly. 

I know God is real. And I know His son is our Savior Jesus Christ because I feel them and I see their hands in my life every day. I can't deny that. Going back to the song "A Childs Prayer" one of my favorite lines is "Father in prayer I'm coming now to thee" I love that I can be connected with Heaven whenever I want. I know prayer is real. I see answered prayers every day. 
I'm just happy. Even on the bad days. 

Love y’all
Les Quiero 
A SISTER IN CONWAY SNAPPED A PIC OF US PRAYING. HAHA

MISSION LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

HERMANA SIPPLE WENT HOME BECAUSE OF BACK ISSUES :(

 SISTER ARCE AND I HAD UNPLANNED MATCHING DAY :)

 
 ELDER ASAY IS ONE OF THE OFFICE LEADERS AND HE LEAVES NEXT TRANSFER

THANK YOU ZACH AND PAULA FOR THIS NECKLACE!

  

WE FOUND OUT THIS WEEK THAT PHOTO BOOTH IS AGAINST THE RULES SO YOU WON'T BE SEEING ANYMORE OF THESE, BUT WE SURE GOT SOME GOOD LAUGHS OUT OF IT. I HAVE SOME AWESOME VOICES I CAN MAKE WITH THESE PICS TOO. (GOONIES GUY AND MOUSE)

Monday, October 19, 2015

I TESTIFY...
This week's recap...

The beginning of the week started with President having to follow us to Memphis. It was my turn to drive. I was absolutely terrified the entire way. I tried taking a different route to lose him but he found me. Inspired man he is...haha
 "TRAIN THE TRAINERS" MEETING WITH MEMPHIS ZONE

So this week we went to 4 specialized meetings again like last month. 24 hours of the same meeting gets a little brutal but we love seeing everyone! We get to crash at random sister’s apartments, and ride with different people all the time so it’s fun to get to know everyone. 
HORN LAKE HERMANAS - REED AND BROWN

SISTER TRAINING LEADERS - JENSEN AND KAFOA
EXCHANGES IN MONTICELLO. WE SKYED OUT THE FROYO! ;)
FIRST ZONE LEADERS - ELDERS JOHNSTON AND FISO. (THEY TAUGHT US ALL WE KNOW!)

President instructed on the Plan of Salvation and the AP's taught us how to introduce and teach with the Book of Mormon better. And then we would role play and go out and practice it and knock doors. 

In Walnut Grove we were walking out of the church building just in time to see a police chase. Some guy was running from the Cop and police cars were flying into the church parking lot. Unfortunately none of them could make it over to the other side of the fence to help catch the bad guy...ha but eventually he was caught and it was a fun little show for us.

Figuring out rides is always a little bit insane, and after a lot of discussion it worked out that we needed to take the AP's truck to the next meeting. We didn't think anything of it, and then the AP's came over and started grilling us that we better take care of this truck and that no sister has ever ridden in it before so don't even leave a hair in it yada yada. So the first stop we make is Walgreens and pick out a big pink bow and some nasty perfume. hahaha  The next day we get a text from them "Guess who is riding back to Little Rock in the girly truck?...Wakdog. (Mission President)" haha ooops.  Hey but now we go down in the record book for being the firsts to ride in the "elders only truck." 
"ELDERS ONLY" TRUCK! (WE FOUND THIS HAT AND GLASSES INSIDE!)

The Specialized for our zone was in Russellville! 50 missionaries out tracting in Russellville was such a blessing! 46 Referrals were found, 26 of those had return appointments, and 13 are ours! (2 of which have dates set!) Such a blessing because we only spent 1 day in Russellville working this week so it'll give us a big jumpstart as we get back to work in our area. 
 RUSSELLVILLE SPECIALIZED BOARD

One of the return appointments that was found during the blitz was Lori. When we went to contact her she let us in immediately and was in tears telling us about her dad passing and being mad at God for some bad things that have happened. We testified of the Book of Mormon and showed her how it could bring her the peace she needs. She willingly accepted and wanted to read it right away! She is golden and has certainly been prepared. She opened up to us right off the bat and was incredibly receptive to everything. High hopes for Lori! 

One of the Specialized was at the church building that is in the parking lot of the Memphis Temple. So one night we took a little (emphasis on Little, the temple is tinsy) walk around the temple. There was a bunch of youth coming out from baptisms and when they saw us they yelled "missionaries!" and swarmed us and started telling us how they all wanted to serve missions too! I remember before I even wanted to serve a mission I still always looked up to missionaries. It was cool to be that missionary. 

We have really been working with the leadership and trying to keep the energy up for November! We want everyone to set high goals and fully commit to the 40 day fast and challenges President has given us. So we've really been trying to bounce around the energy and excitement! WE ARE PUMPED! At each specialized every companionship had to stand and announce their October goal and November goal. We had really been thinking about what a good goal would be for this area. We agreed on 4 for October and 6 for November. The morning before the specialized meeting in Russellville we were kneeling in front of our board with all the names of potentials and gators. It was a pretty overwhelming feeling that 6 wasn't enough. So we adjusted our goal to 7. Our district goal is 15. The AP's set a goal for 10 next month!! 10!! DOESN'T THIS JUST GET Y’ALL SO PUMPED?? THE URGENCY IS SO REAL!! We are calling on MIRACLES.   ---->my ponderize scripture this week Ether 12:12 

"For if there be no faith among the children of men God can do no miracle among them; wherefore, he showed not himself until after their faith.” 

We also had exchanges in Monticello with Hermana Hudson and Madsen! And after not speaking Spanish all week it was SO NICE to be back in Hispanic homes. I'm beginning to realize just how much I love this people and culture.

I may have mentioned it before, but because of the big November goal, President has asked the mission to do a 40 Day Fast. We start by fasting for 24 hours and compiling a list of things we need to sacrifice or things we can improve on then for 40 days we fast from those things. Sacrifice brings forth the blessings of heaven, yea??  As a mission, we started this week and there have already been incredible things happening. 

Our big miracle story this week was in Little Rock. We were waiting at the mission home for the office elders to finish some appointments so they could take us back to Russellville. President gave us the keys to the mommy van again and told us to go find some sisters to help or something to do. The Little Rock Hermanas were busy in appointments so... Okay now this is real embarrassing to admit but we both agreed we should go shop and find Lewis a new bag. We walked literally 3 steps into TJ Maxx and both turned around and walked right back out. #rebuked. We laughed at how dumb we were and then searched out a place to knock doors. We were knocking along this street with no luck. At the end of the street there were 2 little boys throwing a football so we went up and started talking with them. Their uncle, Kortney, came outside and introduced himself. Right away he wanted to know our beliefs and what made us different. We introduced the Book of Mormon (#blessed because we had been practicing this ALL WEEK). Again, he was incredibly prepared. He said he has been talking with his friends and family lately about needing to be baptized again and wanting to feel clean. When we explained what the Book of Mormon was his exact words were "Wow! So this is what I've been missing for the last 29 years!" We set a date for him for November 14th. It couldn't have gone any better. Since it wasn't our area we gave him over to the AP's. We are excited to see how things go! 
Such a faith building experience for me. And to think we almost went shopping...

Most of the things we are sacrificing are just tightening up on rules, no more naps during lunch, hymns only, and no more writing back and forth to family and friends..and boyfriend=(. So I'll just send a big email like this. And then one email to people I consistently email and that’s it. No more chatting back and forth. Which this will easily be the most challenging for me. But hey if it’s gonna bring on more Korneys it’s completely worth it. 

The mission is already seeing so many miracles and it’s all just begun! 

Other than learning about the blessings of sacrificing, I definitely reaffirmed my testimony of how powerful the Book of Mormon is. It’s absolutely incredible how a verse can soften someone’s heart, or be the exact thing they've wanted for 29 years! So many small examples of the Book of Mormon changing lives. ..."a man would get nearer to God by abiding by it's (Book of Mormon) precepts, than by any other book." 

I testify. 

Love y’all
Te quiero 


Monday, October 12, 2015

FIND YOUR RAINBOWS THIS WEEK!!!
BREECE'S BAPTISM

Well the highlight of the week was definitely BREECE'S BAPTISM! YEE! I don't think I mentioned this before but not only is Breece the cutest little 11 year old ever, she also holds the world record for the dead lift in her age category. She dead lifted 145 a couple weeks ago at a competition. She is a little rock star.  Her mom dead lifts 500 and is like top 5 in the world in weight lifting…So this family is super sweet. Breece's grandma referred us to her a couple weeks ago, so that’s how we found her. But the baptism went well! We had a good turnout, and the Brag family boys came to church and her baptism and even invited a friend too! Now they are even more excited for their baptisms! 
 
Jeanie- have I mentioned her before? She is currently going through her last round of chemo for her cancer. She was a member referral. Sweetest lady. It has been hard to see her lately because she doesn't feel good very often, but we finally were able to see her this week and it was miracles on miracles. We taught her the Restoration, and throughout the entire lesson she just seemed super excited about it all! When we started getting into the Book of Mormon she stopped us, and started thumbing through her book case and pulls a Book of Mormon out! She said years ago she had a pen pal that sent her a Book of Mormon and she had started reading it! How crazy! We tried to set a date with her and she told us she wants to choose her own date, and it won't be until after she reads the book. =) Yay for pen pals who plant seeds! 

Cute little story about Jeanie-she always talks about "looking for the rainbows in each day." Which shows just how much faith she has since her circumstances are incredibly difficult right now. Before we leave she tells us "y’all were a rainbow today!" So I've been applying this wise council and looking for the rainbows. 

It reminded me of President Uchdorfs talk he said:

"There is enough that doesn’t go right in life, so anyone can work themselves into a puddle of pessimism and a mess of melancholy. But I know people who, even when things don’t work out, focus on the wonders and miracles of life. These folks are the happiest people I know.
God didn’t design us to be sad. He created us to have joy! So if we trust Him, He will help us to notice the good, bright, hopeful things of life. And sure enough, the world will become brighter.
I discovered faith. And faith led to hope. And faith and hope gave me confidence that one day everything would make sense, that because of the Savior, all the wrongs would be made right. After that, I saw that the path before me wasn’t as dreary and dusty as I had thought. I began to notice the bright blues, the verdant greens, and the fiery reds, and I decided I had a choice--I could hang my head and drag my feet on the dusty road of self-pity, or I could have a little faith, put on a bright dress, slip on my dancing shoes, and skip down the path of life, singing as I went."

I love this. I know God gives me rainbows even in the bad days and it's my choice to seek for them. A little faith goes a long way :) 

My rainbows this week: 

-We had exchanges with Little Rock, which resulted in us using a crap ton of miles so we biked the last half of this week. I've been checking the weather for the last couple weeks wanting rain and being super disappointed when it kept saying 0% change of rain. And our first day of bike week we wake up to rain! haha it was such a blessing! Finally I got to be out in the rain that I had been praying for! =) 
-Zone Meeting! Everyone is pumped with the focuses we have for the next few months! Our new zone leaders are sweet too. We have a #dreamteam zone. 
(THESE ARE ALL THE OLD MEN THAT LEAVE THE NEXT TRANSFER!)
-Exchanges- cute Hermana Bennett came to Russellville with me, and we were at correlation, and both the ward and branch are always there Wednesday for meetings and activities so it was bumpin and Hermana Bennett said "Wow this place is like Disneyland there are tons of people here and everyone wants to feed you!" Russellville =promised land

(ROLE PLAYING DURING EXCHANGES WITH HERMANA BENNETT)

-We had a party with the Spanish Branch Saturday night- that’s why I love this branch and this culture-they just party for no reason at all, I love it! haha we ate tons of yummy Mexican food and played soccer. I've said this a million times but they are my family. They are like aunts and uncles and cousins and heaven knows it’s gonna be a bad few weeks when I get ripped away from my home here.  Also I scored the winning goal so #halflatino now. ;)
(SPORT'S NIGHT)
-Also a Spanish family brought their new neighbors to this activity. And they want us to teach them the lessons...and before we even could ask they told us "yea we want to investigate your church" so that was a nice little rainbow as well =) 

-We taught relief society how to use preach my gospel with their less active visiting teaching assignments #everymemberamish ;) 

-On Friday night we went to bed at 9:45 #blessed. Those 45 extra minutes did wonders. 

-My companion keeps me laughing always.
(WE WANNA TO BE COMPS FOREVER)

-I get to wear Christ’s name over my heart everyday and that's still the best thing ever. 
  
This upcoming week we are going to spend a whopping 2 days in our area. The rest we will be in Memphis, Little Rock and Monticello. So we are really relying on the big guy upstairs to take care of our gators. 

I'm currently about to cook something for the first time since I slit my thumb in half so Heaven knows I should get going so I can focus. haha Today we are making yummy fall food and are going to have a play day with the Danville Hermanas! 
And that trumps all this typing business. 

Find your rainbows this week!

Love y’all 

Te quiero  

 FUN FALL DAY!
(LEWIS'S FAM HAS A TRADITION TO PICK PUMPKINS AND EAT DONUTS AND DRINK CIDER SO WE HAD TO LIVE ON THE FAM TRADITIONS OUT HERE!)



Monday, October 5, 2015

CONFERENCE IS A MISSIONARY'S SUPER BOWL!!!
During the week I take notes of the experiences and things I want to share in this email. I have a lot of writing to do this week...so many cool things I'd like to share...bare with me! 

Tuesday- Super special experience with Amber and her family. We visited her at work that afternoon and she invited us to dinner with her that night. We went over and played with her girls (don't worry I can still do tricks on the tramp ;) and helped her cook. We all sat on her back deck that overlooks the lake and had dinner together, and afterwards we helped her clean her house and get her girls to bed. Before we left we all said nightly prayers together. Seriously such a cool night to be with Amber and her sweet sweet family. I love them so much. #templebound ;) That night she sent us a text telling us how big of a blessing we have been, but honestly it feels the exact opposite. I can't put into words how big of a blessing she and her family have been to us. Just super cool to see a recent convert excelling. 
 AMBER'S GIRLS (LEORA AND ANNIE)

We had Mission Leadership Conference on Wednesday where we discussed the next couple month’s focuses. From now until December we are focusing on the Book of Mormon and our planning; Chapter 8 in PMG. We have a HUGE goal for baptisms in the month of November and are going to be calling on miracles so much. There needs to be lots of changes in order to reach this goal. As a mission we are starting a 40 day fast on October 15th. The first day we start with a 24 hour normal fast and create a list of things we need to give up or sacrifice personally and as a companionship. And then from then on to the end of November we go without the things on our list. "Sacrifice brings forth the blessings of heaven" =) 

I've never felt more aligned with the leadership and President than I did at this meeting. As the second half of the program was being announced I was asked to offer the closing prayer, during President’s instruction he told me that in my prayer I needed to specifically ask Heavenly Father if the focuses we had chosen are going to help this mission accomplish our goal, or if there was something that we should change. The room was dead silent and I felt the weight on my shoulders. I was shaking in my boots a little bit. When it came time for me to say the prayer I felt the spirit working through me so strongly. Helping me ask and say the right things.  When the prayer finished I sat down and the room was silent. After 10 seconds of silence there was a very clear unanimous answer that what we had discussed during this meeting will ultimately help us reach our goal. Everyone was in complete alignment. It was a real cool experience. One of the better leadership meetings I've been to.  And now our job it to take what was discussed to the rest of the mission and get everyone else on board as well! 

Thursday we were in Horn Lake blitzing the area again. The Hermanas had a dinner appointment that we let them go to, so we ended up at the little cafeteria in Target eating a really nasty overpriced salad. We were sitting near the entrance and a man walked in carrying a car seat. I had a very clear prompting to go give him a card. And I completely ignored it. My first thoughts were "this isn't my area, and he isn't Hispanic so I can't even refer him to the Hermanas." He put the car seat in a cart and then stood right next to where we were eating. Again, I felt prompted to give him a card. Again I pushed it away. I looked down for a bit and a couple minutes later I looked up and he was still standing there! 3rd time I was prompted to give him a card. Finally I told Hermana Lewis "I gotta go give this guy a card or the spirit is going to remind me about this for the rest of my mission." haha so I finally went and gave him one and gave a brief description of the video on the card and whatnot. For all I know he could have ripped it up and thrown it away right after I left, but I need to stop being stubborn to promptings and listen the first time. It was a good learning experience for me. I need to have God's trust. 
 (LEWIS TRIED THE DONUT BURGER 
#BLESSED BECAUSE SOUTH)
(MEXICAN ICE CREAM SHOP. HERMANA REED & BROWN)

Another experience I had in Horn Lake with Hermana Reed was during a lesson, with this elderly Hispanic woman. She is bien catolica. (very catholic) And was not having anything to do with the Book of Mormon. We gave her more information on the book but she wasn't nudging. Finally Hermana Reed opened the Book of Mormon to 2 Nephi29:6-14 and started reading. After reading the verses, this woman's heart was completely softened. It was absolutely incredible. She accepted a copy of the book and committed to read it. Before we left she said "now I know there is more for me to learn." Preach My Gospel says "The Book of Mormon combined with the spirit is the most powerful resource in conversion." This was a huge testimony builder to me. That couldn't be more true. Those few passages brought the spirit so strongly and completely changed her heart. Having the Book of Mormon as our focus for these next few months was completely inspired. 

Kind of a funny side note, we don't have miles to get to Memphis side with our car. We had been talking with the AP's about needing to find a ride to Horn Lake. They told us they'd take care of it. So we show up ready to pick up the car and turns out they called some random companionship of Elders and told them that they were now on bike week and that we were taking their car..haha, ahh man kinda funny, but best part about this is that they left Christmas CD's in the car so alllll the way home from Memphis we blasted Christmas music. In tune with that Christmas spirit eh?;)

All week we have been trying to schedule out how and who we would spend each session of conference with. Friday night came and it seemed like everyone was canceling last minute and things were falling through. But we still had the Brag family planning on coming, they have been top investigators lately so we felt if we accomplish ANYTHING this weekend it’s having them at a session of conference. So late Friday night we get a call from them and they tell us that they aren't going to be able to come with us then next day. When we got off the phone we were absolutely heartbroken. We sat there in silence for a good couple minutes, and then we decided to say a prayer. I was pretty frustrated. We were heading in for the night and on the drive home I remembered a few things that the AP's had instructed on this week at our meeting. They talked about faith and shared this scripture in Hebrews 10
36 “For ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the will of God, ye might receive the promise.
37 For yet a little while, and he that shall come will come, and will not tarry.
38 Now the just shall live by faith: but if any man draw back, my soul shall have no pleasure in him.

I definitely drew back for a little bit. I was upset that we had done all we could to make this happen and had stressed about it all week and last second everything falls apart. I came to the conclusion that we weren't just going to have baptisms fall into our lap, and were going to have to work extra hard and have plenty more "faith building" experiences like these within the next couple months. I had to get over myself and realize it'd be ok. 15 minutes after they called us we were back home planning for the next day and our phone starts ringing…it was the Brag family! They told us that they still wouldn't be able to come Saturday but would be able to come on Sunday now! We were so excited!! We fell to our knees in prayer saying thank you and apologizing for being little brats about it at first. haha It was something so small, but certainly a faith building experience. He knows what’s going on; He will take care of things. I hate that I still doubt that at times. 
(WE DID A CONFERENCE SESSION AT THE DAVIS HOME WITH SCARLET (ONE OF SISTER DAVIS'S INSTITUTE STUDENTS! SO NICE TO BE IN A HOME FOR CONFERENCE! DAVIS'S MOVED HERE FROM BOUNTIFUL THIS SUMMER AND SHE DOES CUTE CONFERENCE TENTS FOR HER KIDDOS! LIKE IT TALKS ABOUT WHEN KING BENJAMIN SPEAKS TO HIS PEOPLE AND THEY PITCHED THEIR TENTS TOWARDS THE TEMPLE IN MOSIAH 2. SO CUTE!)
 
They did end up coming! We pulled out the Bingo cards and M&M's (thanks mom!) And we also had to bribe with donuts ;) but they came! By the end they all were a little antsy- especially the 8 year old. haha But they got to see our prophet speak to us and now are certainly a step closer to baptism! So exciting! 

Another miracle- Walking into the chapel for the Sunday morning session we noticed a young couple sitting in the pews. We didn't recognize either of them, and we went up and introduced ourselves. Turns out they are college students at Tech and are taking a religious class and are here to "study" our religion. They had looked online at what time our services would be at and came! Okay first off, there are like 5233498 churches in Russellville alone. The fact that they ended up in our building is absolutely a miracle. We told them to ask us if they had any questions and explained why this week was a little bit different and not a normal Sunday service. Also not a coincidence that the one Sunday they choose to come is the day our Prophet speaks to us! So they sat there the entire session taking notes! Afterwards they had a lot of questions for us and ended up taking home a Book of Mormon, a Restoration pamphlet, all our information, and a notebook full of conference notes! haha They said they would most likely be joining us again next week because they want to see what a normal service is like. Certainly none of this was a coincidence. Obviously they came for a school assignment, but I have to believe that something that was said gave them the desire to investigate a little further. We hope to see them again soon! 

Conference- Best Ever! It’s a missionary’s Super Bowl! Elder Holland was my favorite-as usual. If you skipped out-Shame on you. But repentance is real and you can go online and look them up :) I'd suggest-
Dieter F Uchtdorf's on simplicity and his priesthood session talk- "don't unplug the spotlight and then blame the spotlight for not giving any light"
Robert D Hales- I loved how he gave specific instructions for the youth! So cool!
Jeffrey R Holland- He is brilliant.
Russell M Nielson - #gowomen
And then of course our Prophet Thomas S Monson- He gave every ounce of his strength into that talk. I love him so much.
(AFTER CONFERENCE)

One last story-
Saturday morning we were in the chapel waiting for conference to start, and stood as President Monson walked into the conference center. The spirit filled the room. Just his presence brings such power and I can't deny that he is a Prophet of God. After this session we went over to a less active’s house to invite her and her family to the second session of conference, her father was there, who was Baptist and he let us know that "there are not prophets today" and that all of them were false. We tried to teach and explain. I grew a little more upset than I should have but we defended our prophet and then left in agreement to disagree. Straight from talking with him we went to the Davis's to watch conference, (side note, as missionaries we are in and out of homes all day long, and the difference of being in a member’s home filled with the spirit is so evident.-church is true.) But during this session we got to sustain our prophet and his apostles. I couldn't have been more proud to be a member of the Church and to be lead by a latter day prophet of God. 



Love yall
Les quiero <3

P.S. SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME THAT TAYLOR SWIFT ISN'T ENGAGED AND THAT THE MAGAZINE IS A LIAR!

 (PLAY DAY IN CONWAY!)

 (DENVER AND LAUREN)
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(THE COCKROACH!)

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(LEWIS ASKED TO USE ACCOUNTIS'S HAIRSPRAY, AND SHE SAID, "NO! I USE THAT FOR FIRE." HAHA #PYRO)