Hey Mom Dad and the kiddies,
I am glad that all went well with Cameron going home. I know that their will be two other missionary families when I fly in as well. One will be my favorite Sister Cook's family. You can talk to them! The other one, I don't know at all. His name is Elder Iverson. He is spanish speaking. But it should be just as fun. And I hope you find something to do to stand out, because we really do blend in a lot. Most people don't notice our family when we go someone. So I really might miss you.
Well that sounds like fun about the soccer games. I bet the girls loved playing on such a nice field. I bet it was a good experience. Now they just need to make it to the olympics in a few years! Tell them to keep practicing super hard!
Sister Cromwell and I get along really well. I just love this lady! She gets home 9 months after I do and is on the same track at BYU I as I am on. So then we will can room together which would be a party! We are working on getting healthy. I am still on crutches, and Sister Cromwell may have hit her head again which is making it lots worse. She does have an MRI for Wednesday so maybe that will give us some answers as to why her head is still so bad a month after getting the concussion....kinda crazy!
Well with her head, and my foot, it was a slow week for us. Here is the rundown of the week:
Monday... I sprained my ankle...:( I was playing basketball and just stepped sorta funky and it rolled all terrible.
Tuesday... Zone meeting, emailing, confined to apartment... Sister Deputy's orders.
Wednesday... Still inside.... Board games!!! Yay! I totally keep kicking Sister Cromwell’s trash J.
Thursday... Still inside... More board games!! Yay! Still a winner!!
Friday... Weekly Planning.... Sister Cromwell may or may not have hit her head again and made her concussion lots lots lots worse..
Saturday... Service... crutched for two miles... AWFUL!!! Our zone leaders didn't quite explain the service we were going to. We got there and realized it was a GIANT fall festival with over 60,000 people there. So we had to park about a mile away and then crutch all the way over there and then they put us working in the corn maze and making sure little kids didn't get lost from their family! Try doing a corn maze on crutches....Sister Cromwell piggy backed me for part of it. Then we went more then a mile back to the car. Sister Cromwell had a Major headache!!! actually thought she was going to die, but it's okay cause she has a super fantastic companion that will play with her hair (IDK why but it helps, bit it does) for three straight hours:) and she wrote her talk for Sunday. I get to speak this next week! I will let you know how it goes
Sunday... I was incredibly sore and Sister Cromwell’s head was pounding but she still gave a super fantastic, bold, powerful, marvelous boss of a talk! All about member missionary work. .We then came home and crashed HARD!!! But since then her headaches have been so much better! Then we finally got to go be missionaries last night! It was great!