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Romania/Moldova Mission

Sister Madison Savoie has been called to serve in the Romania/Moldova Mission. It is anticipated that she will serve for a period of 18 months beginning September 30th, 2015. This blog will document her journey and she looks forward to sharing it with you. 

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 75 | Apprehend

Madison Savoie

Buna familia mea si prietenii mei! 

Well, this past week has definitely been a blur. I can honestly say that I am going to miss this district so much...Sora Robinson, Sora Lee, Elder Miner, Elder Seegmiller, Sora Schow, and I all had the best time serving together. I really felt like we were a family.

Which makes saying goodbye so hard...

But, these three sisters are some of the greatest I've ever served around. I'm so grateful for their examples, their kindness and their goodness. Each of them has shown me a better way to live and I am so grateful to know them!  

Philippians 3 - Apprehend

Earlier this week I was reading in the scriptures, contemplating the closing of my mission and I remembered a talk by Elder Holland titled "Remember Lot's Wife." If you've never heard of it, please go look it up and read it! It's the perfect advice for any period of transitions in our lives. Philippians 3 is Paul's conversion story and what it means to him. He talks about his previous wealth, standing in the Jewish community, reputation, etc, but calls all of it dung when compared to who he has become and what he's doing in the service of Christ. Paul's comments on moving forward: 

"I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which Christ apprehended me." 

I love the word "apprehend." It has two meanings:

  1. To arrest (someone)
  2. To understand or perceive

When I read this verse, I thought about the fact that Paul was apprehended by Christ in the sense that he was arrested from his former life and given a second chance to become someone else; someone better. I love that Paul says that he will "apprehend that for which Christ apprehended [him]." Meaning that his life is dedicated to understanding or perceiving why God apprehended or arrested (or in a better sense saved) him from his old life and gave him a second chance. 

For me, this is profound. 

I was definitely given a second chance through my mission. My mission has been the most amazing experience. It taught me what it means to change - that successful people always change, but their principles never do. The next few verses in Philippians 3 read: 

"...This one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before. I press toward the mark." 

This is so cool! Paul knows that the future holds so much goodness and light and opportunity and counsels us not to look back to days now gone nor to yearn vainly for yesterday. As a soon-to-be RM, this quote from Elder Holland is bringing me home: 

"We look back to claim the embers from glowing experiences but not the ashes. And when we have learned what we need to learn and have brought with us the best that we have experienced, then we look ahead, we remember that faith is always pointed toward the future. Faith always has to do with blessings and truths and events that will yet be efficacious in our lives."

I am so grateful for the opportunity that I have had to serve here in Romania and Moldova. The time I have spent here is absolutely unforgettable. I have truly, truly loved my mission. 

Thank you all for following me on this fantastic adventure. Please know that I love you and am grateful for your prayers and words of encouragement. See you in America! 

cu drag,

Sora Madison Michael Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 74 | No Time

Madison Savoie

Hello all! 

Sorry that I have no time to write this week! We've been so busy with everything and now it's already time to get off! Hopefully I'll have more time next week, but just in case you were wanting a great little spiritual pick-me-up: 

Jacob 6:5

Love and miss all of you! 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 73 | Gratitude

Madison Savoie


I want to start off this email with a very simple, yet possibly overlooked word: 

As my mission begins to come to a close, I've been thinking a lot about gratitude. I love how this definition calls it the quality of being thankful, and how we express gratitude is through our readiness or willingness to show appreciation for kindness by returning kindness. 

We had the extraordinary opportunity to be visited by Elder Sabin this past week. He is probably one of the most quotable people I've ever met and one of my favorite quotes from him was the following: 

"You will never be more happy than you are grateful." 

So, this week, I'm going to keep it simple and simply say thank you. Thank you to every one of you for reading my emails and supporting me through this amazing adventure. Thank you for emailing me and for sending your love and support in the form of prayers and parcels. Thank you for everything you do! 

I also want to express my gratitude for my mission, for my amazing companion Sora Schow, for my mission President and his wonderful wife, for my ever-supportive parents who always tell me I'm their favorite child (not in so many words, but you get the idea) and last, but definitely always first, I am grateful for Jesus Christ and His Atoning sacrifice that makes it possible for each and every one of us to come back today and be better tomorrow. 

all my love,

Sora Savoie's blurry :P

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 72 | Thoughts

Madison Savoie

Buna dargii mei!! 

I found the best quote by Brigham Young this week that I just need to share with all of you: 

I laughed when I read this. I literally love the leaders of our church so much. Honestly, people, sometimes we need to give ourselves a break! We all need to take a deep breath and remind ourselves that if it is good then it comes from God and if it is bad then it comes from the Devil (Moroni 7:12). We need to be careful that we do not judge bad things to be from God, even when we think that those bad things/thoughts are there to "challenge" us to be better. God will never guilt us, belittle us, or depreciate us. He will always lift us and help us grow and change through love, inspiration, and appreciation. And, trust me, I know that it's hard! I used to ground myself as a little kid in order to save my parents the trouble. I do it as a missionary and they aren't even here. But, those are stories for another time....the moral of this, though, is that we need to not be so hard on ourselves. One of my really good friends sent me a scripture this week in John 14:1 which says: Let not your heart be troubled. Sometimes we forget that this is as much of a commandment as it is a comfort. Hopefully we can all take heart and hope in the fact that the Lord really doesn't want us to worry. What He really wants is for us to be happy! So be happy.

Anyways, this past week has been fun! We had MLC conference where we are focusing on teaching the Restoration to our friends in 5-10 minutes. Sora Schow and I got to do that for a young family today at President Ivory's home and it was awesome! I absolutely love sharing with my friends here in Romania that there is a living Prophet on the earth today who leads and guides Christ's church! It's spectacular because this knowledge clears up so many disputations about the Bible, differing points of doctrine, and the questions we all have. It's cool. Plus, Thomas S. Monson is one of the most amazing people. Just watch him talk and listen to what he says - every word he shares is hopeful. 

Also, we had our final district meeting with the Winders this past week: 

They are one of the best senior couples in our mission and I love them. Them and the Vogelsbergs. They're my favorites. They truly bring such a light and goodness to the work here and I'll miss them as they go to serve in Brasov! 

Anyways, that's all for this week! I want to share more about all the people we're working with and all the stories, but there is no time! Until next week!

cu drag,

Sora Savoie (si Sora Schow)

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 71 | Thy Will Be Done

Madison Savoie

Hello all - 

I wanted to write a long email this week, but unfortunately I've run out of time so I thought that I would include a picture with one of my favorite scriptures:  

I share this scripture almost every time I make a new friend here in Romania. It's been inspiring to see the little bit of light that appears in people's eyes when you help them remember, even for a moment, that they are a child of God. Every single one of us has divinity within us, but sometimes we don't always acknowledge it. This past week has been full of ups and downs as one of the recent converts under my stewardship as a missionary decided to no longer be a member of the church. It has been heartbreaking to watch them leave everything behind. It probably sounds ridiculous - after all, why should the choices of others have such a profound effect on us? For some reason, this is a lesson that I am being taught over and over and over again on my mission: you cannot control the choices of others. You cannot will them or force them or make them decide to do things that you want. Even when what you want is for them to be happy and to have joy. Even when your most righteous desire is completely selfless...sometimes it just doesn't happen. Why? Because there needs to be opposition in all things and we thrive on resistance.  

I have to be honest: My mission has not given me all the answers to life. I don't know why bad things happen to good people. I don't know why sometimes it seems like faith fails us. I was hoping that coming here and serving a mission would somehow open the windows of Heaven and all of the questions that Theologians and Psychologists and Philosophers had asked for centuries would somehow be answered in my year and a half, but they haven't been. And that's okay. I don't know everything, but here's what I do know: I know that God loves His children. I know that Jesus Christ is real, that He lives, and that He will not leave us alone or unloved. He will always search for us and He will never stop until He finds us. It will always be okay in the end, and, if it's not okay, then it's not the end. If we can simply believe in that and say with all honesty Thy Will Be Done, then everything will work out exactly as it should, could, and will. 

I love all of you and hope that all of you have an amazing week! 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 70 | Midnight Visits

Madison Savoie

Hello, Hello! 

I'm sure that some of you only opened this email because of the scandalous title, but don't be too worried. There's a really great story to explain...

But first, a picture with my best friend on the planet! 

Its still pretty cold out here in Bucuresti, but we are braving the cold and getting the work done! It has been amazing working with Sora Schow again. She pushes me to be better in all the best ways and I absolutely love her for it. I feel like I've grown so much just in the past week! She is literally the best influence of my life and I love her! AND we're rooming together this fall so it will be like the mission will never end! Well, except that all the rules are going out the window. But don't tell anyone I said that... ;) 

Midnight Visits

So, this story actually has two parts: A literal midnight visit and a more figurative one. Let's start with the literal one...

Sora Schow and I were home and in bed ON TIME like good little sister missionaries. Unfortunately our little brick of a phone decided not to receive calls and texts even though it was turned on and plugged in by our beds. (That'll be more important later.) Well, Sora Schow and I were talking...and talking...and talking and before you know it it was a little bit past our normal bedtime. We finally made the decision to go to sleep right about the time when Cinderella would normally turn into a pumpkin when suddenly we hear the loudest banging on our door. No joke. We freak out because we have no idea who could possibly be at the door and I run out to my bag, grab my pepper spray, come back to the door, Sora Schow and I get on the phone with one of our investigators (because we figured all the missionaries were asleep and no one would answer if we tried to call) and then we go to look through the peep hole at the door and the door handle starts moving. Sora Schow and I were literally, silently, freaking out and then I got the peep hole was the elders. -_- 

I was so mad. 

Apparently everyone in the mission had been trying to get a hold of us to see if we were home and safe and when we didn't answer they got worried and then ended up having to show up at our door at midnight to make sure that we were okay. It was actually very thoughtful of them. Elder Haws has now been dubbed my official "rescuer" since last time he also had my back after getting booted in the head while playing soccer. But that's another story for another day. 

The much more interesting Midnight Visit that I want to talk about is captured in this picture quote: 

One of the reasons why Sora Schow and I were up talking for so long is because sometimes I become weighed down by the past and fearful of the future. I think that all of us feel this way from time to time. We have those slightly frightening "midnight visits" in our conscience that make us feel unsettled, insecure, and vulnerable. We feel like going back to things that are past instead of pressing forward into an uncharted future. For all those who feel that way, please know that I know that it really is hard. It is hard to press forward believing and hoping for a future that will be so much better than the past. It is hard to imagine having something better in the future that is better than what you have now. 

There are two scriptures that are really comforting to me when I start to think this way and I'd love to share them here. The first is Ether 12:4 - 

Wherefore, whoso believeth in God might with surety hope for a better world, yea, even a place at the right hand of God, which hope cometh of faith, maketh an anchor to the souls of men, which would make them sure and steadfast, always abounding in good works, being led to glorify God.

And the second is something that I read in 1 Nephi 11 - 

And I said unto him: I know that [God] loveth his children; nevertheless, I do not know the meaning of all things. 

I love these two scriptures because, for me, they help me in those momentary "midnight visits" when things seem to be at their darkest and most hopeless. However, I know that tomorrow will always be better and that the future is as bright as our faith. If we believe in God, then we can hope for a better world. And, when we are worried for the future or concerned about the past, all we need to remember is that we, like Nephi, do not know the meaning of all things, but we do know that God loves us. And because he loves us, we will all have brighter dreams for our futures and much more laughable pasts. 

Until next week! 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 69 | Schavoie Round 2

Madison Savoie

Buna Dragii Mei!!! 

Well, I really feel like this picture just about says it all: 


Transfer boards came out on Saturday and I took one look at her name next to mine and thought "there is no way that's real..." But it is! And I honestly could not be happier! We are going to hit the ground running and make the next six weeks some of the best of our missionary lives. 

In honor of Valentine's Day this week (and yes, I will definitely be celebrating it with Sora Schow and Sora Lee and Sora Robinson), I wanted to share a couple of quotes that I love: 

I am so grateful for love! I am so grateful that it really is love that gives life meaning. It is through the Atonement of the Savior, that was performed purely out of love for each one of us, that we are able to return to live with Him again. It is because of love for God that we serve one another and develop the most meaningful friendships. And it is because of love that we feel the true joy of our earthly existence - the true joy that comes only from knowing who we are and whose we are. 

I love each and every one of you! Happy Valentine's Day! Share love and goodness with all those around you and make space in your life for others, especially for those who matter most. :) 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 68 | Positive Interactions

Madison Savoie


I really wish there was more time to write. I'm sorry that these emails are so short! Basically, I'm trying to juggle a million different things right now and I have no idea how to make it all work, but prayers would definitely be appreciated! :) 

One of my really good friends sent me an email this week with this scripture in it and I want to share it with all of you:

"And now, verily, verily, I say unto thee, put your trust in that Spirit which leadeth to do good—yea, to do justly, to walk humbly, to judge righteously; and this is my Spirit. Verily, verily, I say unto you, I will impart unto you of my Spirit, which shall enlighten your mind, which shall fill your soul with joy; And then shall ye know, or by this shall you know, all things whatsoever you desire of me, which are pertaining unto things of righteousness, in faith believing in me that you shall receive." - D&C 11:12-14

Sora Lee and I have made a goal to have 50-100 positive interactions every week with the people of Bucuresti. I'm sure that some of you have heard about the peaceful protests by now (if not, just ignore that), but we're making it a goal right now to get out and about among the people here and to lift their spirits! I love that this scripture helps us understand that the Lord is guiding and directing our footsteps, no matter the path we may be on or the direction we may be headed. He's always there walking with us. 

I hope that all of you have a wonderful week! 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 67 | Making Goals

Madison Savoie


So, I have no time to write, but here's the gist of what we did this past week: 

Making Goals: Soccer

Our whole Bucuresti missionary force came out and played an awesome game of soccer! We had the best time just bonding and being friends. It's really great when you know that, not only do you work well as a missionary team, but you're great as a soccer team too! :) 

Making Goals: The Work

I wish I had more time to write! The work here is going great. We've had some awesome friends come to church with us and I'll be writing more about them next week! 

Also, Sora Djahanbani says hello! 

Love and miss you all! 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 66 | Here am I, Send Me

Madison Savoie

Hello Hello! 

I hope everyone is doing well! It's been an absolutely crazy week full of things to do. Sora Lee and I...(are right there in that picture below)....

are running around like crazy, but we're honestly having the best time. It's always great to be busy! Especially at this time of year in Bucuresti. :) 

Friends at Church

So, do all of you remember the story I told last week about being invited by Rares to his college English class and then being able to teach and having the Q&A with all the students? Well, two of those students came with us to church on Sunday! Their names are Adrian and Alex and we talked to them after and they really liked it. Oh, and Rares came too of course. 

Sora Lee and I were able to teach Sunday School this past Sunday when all our friends were there and it was nerve-wracking for me because it was all in Romanian, but Sora Lee made Romanian commentary like a boss. She's a natural. I love having her as my companion! Anyways, we taught this lesson from Gospel Principles about who Jesus Christ is and why it's important that we know that he was chosen as the Savior and Redeemer before this life. And, something that I found that was really cool actually relates to my mission scripture. 

For my mission scripture, I chose Isaiah 6:8, which says: 

And the Lord said: Whom shall I send? And one answered like unto the Son of Man:   Here am I, send me.

And, interestingly enough, this same scripture appears in the Book of Mormon in 2 Nephi 16:8 -

Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then I said: Here am I; send me.

And also in the Pearl of Great Price in Abraham 3:27 - 

And the Lord said: Whom shall I send? And one answered like unto the Son of Man:   Here am I, send me. 

I wish I had time to write about everything we talked about in class on Sunday, but suffice it to say that it was a really great discussion. We talked a lot about who Jesus Christ really is for each of us and how this decision to come to earth was not only a decision that Jesus Christ made, but one that each of us made before this life. We believe that we lived with God before this life and we decided to come to Earth to help fulfill His purposes. We all chose to follow Christ even before this life began, and that's an amazing thought. 

Our purpose in this life is not so much about trying to find new answers, but rather to try and remember, through the choices we make, the answers we already know.

Sunday was an awesome lesson. Hopefully everyone will come back again next Sunday! :) 

Castles and Comps

And, in other news, we got to go see a castle right outside of Buc today! 

See the little one to the right of me? That's my bae DJB! From when I was serving in Sibiu! Ahh! I love and miss her! :) 

Anyways, I hope that all of you have a wonderful week! Love you! 

Cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 65 | One Unexpected Missionary and Two College Professors

Madison Savoie


I cannot wait to tell everyone about what happened this past week. Sora Lee and I had one of the best weeks of my whole mission. Where do I even begin? 

A Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath

So, from the left we have Eddie, Jennifer, Rares, June, Me, and Sora Lee! (Rares, I know you'll read this later, so this is for you!) These are some of my absolute best friends from Romania. They are Seventh Day Adventist and celebrate their Sabbath on Saturday. This past week, they invited us over for lunch to celebrate the Sabbath day with them and we had an amazing meal made by Jennifer and June. It was so kind of them to invite us over! Afterwards we were able to talk about our beliefs and they are all so kind and open to talking about the Bible, Book of Mormon, and our similar/different points of doctrine and belief. They truly are amazing people! I love them. 

One Unexpected Missionary and Two College Professors

So, this is probably the coolest story of the week and it happened earlier today! Rares (the one in the red shirt in the picture) invited Sora Lee and I to come sit in on one of his college English classes and meet some of his colleagues there. We decided to go with him today. When we arrived, he introduced us to his Professor, Simona, and she ended up asking us if we wanted to teach the class. It was a shock, but Sora Lee and I decided to go for it! We taught Rares' college English class and got the students participating, laughing, and speaking English. We had them introduce themselves, tell us their age, and asked them to share a "life lesson learned the hard way" with the class. It was one of the most enjoyable things I've ever done on my mission. 

After we finished teaching and interacting with the class, we opened the floor up for questions and all of the students wanted to know about the Mormons. They asked us everything from "Who are the Mormons" to "Do you believe in an afterlife" to "What makes you different" to "How do I find out more?" Probably my favorite part of the whole question and answer section was when Rares stood up and said "Allow me a moment to explain a little bit more about the Book of Mormon..." and then proceeded to give a brief historical background of the book, talked about how it is another testament of Jesus Christ, and how it begins when Lehi (a prophet) takes his family and leaves Jerusalem. It was beautiful. I've never had one of my Romanian friends stand next to my companion and me, and in front of a room full of their peers, share the gospel of a religion that's not their own. It was truly a golden moment in my mission. 

After class adjourned, many of the students came up to us and asked to learn more about the Book of Mormon, our mission, and our purpose here. We got their numbers and are going to meet with them later this week! Rares even invited his peers to come to church with us on Sunday! What can I say? This was one of the best days. Ever. 

And, in other news, it snowed here this past week. A lot. I was sick earlier this week with a cold, but I'm better now. Thank you for all the prayers - they really help a lot! 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 64 | 22nd Birthday, Snow, and WORK

Madison Savoie

Hello, Hello! 

Here's the deal: there is no time to write! Where does all the time go?? So, here are the highlights: 

  1. We have seven progressing investigators. 
  2. Being STLs (Sister Training Leaders) is amazing, yet there is so much work to be done! 

And, oh yeah, I turned 22 this past week! It was, by far, one of the best birthdays of my life. I was showed so much love from friends and family all over the world and I can honestly say that I've never been happier! 

Until next week :) 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 63 | Happy New Year! Here's to 2017!

Madison Savoie

Hello, Hello! :)

First off, let's go through some updates! 

News! The Board is in! 

Transfer boards came in...and I had to say goodbye to Sora Anderson. :(

We actually just dropped her off at the train station about an hour ago. She's headed out to Sibiu to serve with Sora Strader and I'll be staying here in Bucuresti. Tomorrow I'll get Sora Lee (who was trained by my trainee, Sora Schow!) and we'll be the Sister Trainer Leaders for our zone. It should be an adventure! I'll definitely miss Sora Anderson, though. She's amazing and one of my most favorite companions that I've ever had. I miss her already! But, she'll love Sibiu. I served there earlier in my mission and it was great - she'll have the best time. 

New Year, New Goals

I absolutely love this quote by President Monson! I wish I had more time to write about it - just know that I love you all and I'm so excited for this new year! 2017 really will be a bright year full of new opportunities. Email me your new year's resolutions; I'd love to hear them!! :) 

cu drag,

Sora Savoie

Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 62 | The Spirit of Christ(mas)

Madison Savoie

Buna Familia mea si Prietenii mei! 

Craciun Fericit! I hope that everyone had an absolutely wonderful Christmas filled with love and miracles. I know that we definitely had that here in Romania. We were able to meet up with friends, share the love and joy of it being the most wonderful time of the year, AND we were able to skype our families. I haven't been able to write much in the past few weeks, so let's start off with some much needed updates!

Tea with Jennifer

So, this is one of best friends! Her name is Jennifer and she is absolutely wonderful! We invited her to church and to sing with us in our Christmas concert and she did! She has a beautiful voice and we loved having her with us to celebrate the Holidays. She and Rares (he's not in the picture, but he was there!) are both Seventh Day Adventist and we got to have a really great conversation about the Bible and the Book of Mormon over tea. We gave each of them a copy of the Book of Mormon as a Christmas gift from us, wrapped in red ribbon with a note inside the front cover about how this book can bring a whole new perspective to their lives and how it truly has blessed us in so many ways. It was the best gift that we could have given! We love them and can't wait to see them again when they are back from the Holidays! 

Christmas with Sora Anderson

Let's just be real - I LOVE SORA ANDERSON! She has become one of my absolute best friends from the mission. She is wonderful and has such a strong spirit. We started off Christmas by being super domestic and making these jars of hot chocolate...


Hahahahahaha jokes. 

Sora Anderson and I made such a huge mess in our kitchen that I don't even know how we're going to clean everything up....but it was worth it!! The jars look so cute! The only downside is that we could only find pink marshmallows and blue candy mint things...because I guess Romania doesn't have peppermints and white marshmallows? Oh well! They were beautiful anyways and I'm sure they'll taste great! We've been delivering all of them to our friends, neighbors, loved ones, and all those who just need a little Christmas joy! And sugar. 


Sora Anderson's mom was the sweetest and sent a stocking over for me too! It was awesome. And my family sent cards and some much needed love to my bank account so it was a very merry Christmas indeed! 

I am so incredibly grateful for all the joy and love I've felt this year. Even though I'm far away from home, I have felt so much love and so much peace this Christmas. Which I think is a quality that we sometimes lack with the hustle and bustle that comes with the commercial aspect of Christmas. However, there is so much goodness in simplicity. I love this Christmas quote that I found this morning: 

I absolutely love this work. I love this gospel. I cannot express that enough. While skyping with my family they made the comment that I look "beautiful and confident" and I can honestly say that I wasn't always like that. Before my mission I had a lot of hollow confidence and shallow beauty. But, I think that's normal because the world makes us feel like that's what we need in order to be accepted. I have found though that true beauty and radiant confidence can only come from knowing who we are, what we want, and where we stand. I am so grateful that because of this gospel, I've found that in my life. 

Merry Christmas everyone! Make the most of the last little bit of 2016. It's been an amazing year and it's only going to keep getting better! 

cu drag,

Sora Madison Savoie

PS - I love my mission president. President Ivory and his family wish you a Merry Christmas as well! :) 

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Sora Savoie's Romania Files | Week 61 | Christmas Countdowns and Concerts

Madison Savoie

Hello Everyone! 


I literally have no time to write, so:

Sora Anderson, Sora DJB, Sora Wright, and I all went to a Seventh Day Adventist Christmas Concert at an old Italian Catholic church in Bucuresti. Yeah. More on that later. 

That's Sora Anderson. She's adorable. I literally love her SO MUCH. She's my favorite!! 


Sora Savoie