Well Hello hello!
Still here in Liberal Kansas for about two more weeks. A little under. It's weird knowing that I'm leaving when we still have two weeks till transfers. The branch president knows President Pfile and so he knows that I'll be leaving and he actually told me that he's going to call President Pfile and complain! He said that he wants me to stay. He said that we're some of the best four Elders that he's had in a while and he wants us all to stick around! But...I doubt it will change President Pfiles mind. I thought it was funny though. I'm excited to leave but at the same time not so much. I've been wondering where they'll send me. I've been told by a lot of people that they think that I'm going to a place called the San Luis valley. Around La Jara Colorado. We'll find out soon I guess.
I still have a good chunk of time left on my mission and the last thing I want to do is waste it. I really do have a desire to make these last few months my strongest. I got a letter from Brother Seamons the other day. It was very motivating! I need to send him a thankyou but if you happen to see him let him know I said thanks! It was just what I needed that day it came!
I'm sorry to hear that Sam's been sick. That is not fun at all. Elder Clark has been a little sick lately as well. I've been sick free for a while now (Knock on wood) so hopefully that will continue. I hope you feel better soon Sam! :)
Man, so my room has gone from a studio, to a sewing room, to a guest room?!?!?! Dang, that rooms good! So will they both be staying in that room? I'm excited to see pictures of their visit! Too bad they wont be there for my phone call home. You'll have to tell them I say HI!
Well I'm glad to hear that Emma's England fund is doing well. That will be such a fun trip!
So, about Mothers Day. 2:30 your time should work good for me. We had a family invite us over to eat dinner with them and then make our phone calls from their cell phones (They have Sprint, so you'll probably need to call me back after I call you). So we are planning on calling around 4:30 and 5:00 our time....so 2:30 or 3:00 your time. So if you want to plan on that then that should work just fine! I'm excited to hear your voices again! It seems like Christmas was just yesterday though doesn't it?! Its crazy how fast that time flew!
Well, I started a letter to you this morning before we headed over to e-mail so I'll finish it up and get it in the mail today or tomorrow.
Well, Love you all!
Have a great week!
Love Elder Cryer!
P.S. Another Elder forwarded this to me about the new Mission President. Thought you might enjoy it. This may even be old news to you! You know how us missionary folk are kept in the dark a bit longer than most!
Take care... Elder Cryer
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From: Ethan Shiveley
Date: Mon, May 2, 2011 at 10:47 AM
Subject: Rich boy!
They will begin service about July 1.
J. Patrick and Cynthia M. Anderson
J. Patrick Anderson, 61, and Cynthia Lenore McGregor Anderson, three children, Colorado Colorado Springs Mission; Kalamazoo 3rd Ward, Kalamazoo Michigan Stake. He serves as stake president and is a former counselor in a stake presidency, stake mission president, stake Young Men president, high councilor, bishop, counselor in a bishopric and Young Men president. Retired vice president of Corporate Affairs, Stryker Corp. Born in Sun Valley, Idaho, to John Clinton and Mary Lou Keeffe Anderson.
Sister Anderson serves as a Relief Society secretary and compassionate service leader. She is a former Relief Society president, Relief Society teacher, Primary president and teacher, Young Women president, and Cub Scout den leader. Born in Boise, Idaho, to William Allen and Rachel Brown McGregor.