Ahoj, mom and dad :) . You're right, this is transfer week, and holy cow! Things got crazy. Elder Sindylek is going home, so Elder Williams will finish training Elder Pohorelicky in Rotherham, leaving the flat we've been together in our whole mission. Elder Frahm got transfered to the Leeds 3 area to build a Slovak area there--that one was a huge shock to us all. He'll be in a tripanionship, which means he'll for sure be training the new MTC-trained Slovak-speaking missionary coming in mid-transfer. What does this mean for me? I'm all of a sudden in a 2-man flat, the area Elder Williams and Elder Frahm have been covering now has to be absorbed into either our area or Elder Pohorelicky's, and I'm losing my mission father (E. Sindylek), twin (E. Williams), and son (E. Frahm) all in one fell blow. Dang. This'll be a really interesting transfer. We're trying to get things arranged for the Rotherham Elders to get a car, because that way I don't have to take on an entire area (leaving me to cover two entire large cities and 14 individual areas by myself) and Elder Williams can continue teaching his investigators. Crazy stuff, but I'm sure it'll all work out.
Aside from all that, our week has been really good. We've found some good success both finding and teaching in all of our areas, which is fantastic. I've never had so many potentials in my planner--I've got the rest of this week to try and fill the last page available, because that's what I'm on. We scheduled a couple more people for baptism this week, and as for the others who were all previously scheduled, they all still are. We had to reschedule a couple of them because they needed a bit more time, but they'll come around soon enough. I'll send you pictures when it happens. Our last branch baptism from a while back ,Pavol and Margita, came to church this week after a couple weeks of missing, which was fantastic to see. Margita's doing a lot of missionary work with her friends and family, and she also brought a lot of great thoughts up in Relief Society. Hooray! It's always great to see things like that happening.
That's all I've got time for this week (sorry for the shorter email, I had a lot more to read from other people's emails this week). Thank you for all of your love and support. It makes the hard times easier and the good times better. I'm excited to hear from you next week and tell you what this new one has brought for me. Love you much!!
My current mission family
Elder Sindylek's last week at church group picture.
Us with the Sheffield 2 Elders, one of which is leaving the zone