What I most remember about Jazmina, in the few moments that I shared with her, is her joy. She loved the Lord and had a great affection for the Sisters, trying always to be attentive to their needs. I especially remember the day she entered as a Candidate in the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother. Her joy filled the bus as we travelled towards a Marian Shrine called Cajas. At the shrine she entered as a Candidate. I was impressed by her great desire to enter and her disposition; she went singing and nearly shouting that she was going to give her life to the Lord in the Servant Sisters of the Home of the Mother. She was overflowing with excitement during the trip to the Shrine. This really caught my attention, because a few months earlier I had seen how she resisted the Lord, not wanting to respond to her vocation. After so much resistance to the Lord, I then saw her ready to fight with all her strength in order to surrender herself to Him.