The biggest news of the week, of course, was Bentley’s mission call to Honduras. His departure date is August 17, but we haven’t heard if he’ll do the MTC at home, or face to face. He might have to spend some time in the USA before he actually goes south, according to his letter. I know he’ll have a wonderful mission, wherever he serves. Bentley just passed the nine-month mark for his mission, and they had a baptism. I’m sure Bentley feels like Texas is the best possible place to serve, unless he actually goes to the Philippines, and then that will be the best place. Funny how that works out!
We sure enjoyed Super Sunday at John’s house last week. (We’ve been requested not to call it “super spreader Sunday” any more, and I can certainly respect that. Anyway, practically everybody has either had covid, or been vaccinated, or both, or they’re kids, so we really aren’t spreading anything.) Anyway, it was great at John’s. Our next big Sunday event will be at Allen’s place on May 23. We don’t know if it will be on the grounds of Allen’s condo, or at a park, but I’ll let you know in my letter. When it’s Donna’s turn, the end of June, they’re probably going to have it at the cabin. Cut loose! Be creative! With this family there’s no stopping the fun. Oh, yes, and I hope you marked your calendars for Saturday, May 29, the birthday party for Dad and Dallin, and the playset demolition project. I’ll have more details about that later, too.
While we were at John’s, I talked to Julie and Spencer about their wedding plans. They’re going to Costa Rica for their honeymoon! I guess everything is super cheap there. Spencer said when he heard it would only be $6 a day for a rental car he thought it was a scam, but it was for real! I’m sure they’ll have a wonderful time. Meanwhile, John is laying out big bucks to have his yard ready in time for the reception, and I’m sure it will look beautiful.
I hope you’re all enjoying this gorgeous springtime. Lots of love, Mom