Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Sunday, January 25, 2015 "Thanks for the support"

Hey there dearest family,

Haha, I love how you started off the letter and informed me about all of the most important changes that took place. That will save me a few traffic violations and less questioning of my surroundings. I can't wait to see all of the changes for myself!

Bubba! Congrats on the eagle! Make sure that dad takes you out to get a shotgun so that we can do some clay pidgeon shooting over the next few weeks! :)

Hahaha I can't wait to see Geezoo!

As for the week. . . 

It was wonderful. As you could have guessed it flew by. Corsica was wonderful as usual. I feel so spoiled anytime that we do something like that. It is such a fun trip and we are really lucky to be able to go. Before we headed out though we had an awesome P-Day. Tuesday morning London asked us if we could go over to their house and play football and basketball with him. It was raining, but we decided to play anyways. We spent the morning having some fun getting soaked and then when we started playing football getting really muddy. It was a blast. Sister Roney made us a wonderful lunch and then afterwards we sat down for an hour with President and talked about the upcoming transfers. It is really weird planning for events that you are not going to attend.

Shortly after that we headed down to Toulon to take the ferry. We had a blast taking that, don't let me forget, but I have some funny videos to show you when I get home of the boat ride.

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday we were able to do some exchanges. They were all a blast! I got to work with some incredible missionaries. District meeting was wonderful as well.

Finally on Friday night we made it back to our place.

We were really busy Saturday getting everything prepared for transfer week, as well as a little bit today. We were able to get away for a little bit and take Elder Smith out to dinner for his birthday Sat. night though. 

Today we found a little bit of extra time so we ran on over to this place called La Croix Rousse and did some contacting. It was awesome being able to do that in our own sector! After about 30 minutes of contacting we had found some amazing people, of them we found this amazing family originally from China, but had been living in France for awhile now. They were so awesome. We are going to try and see them a few times this week before I head out!

Trying to match the logo on the Ferry!
Everything is going great. I am really happy getting closer to the end. I know that I have done my best over these past two years and I have learned and grown so much. I love my mission. I have learned to love and trust the Lord and for that I will forever be in debt.

Thank you for all of your support.

I love you so much,
Elder Beyer

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