It’s Super Sunday! We’re meeting at 4 pm at Nora’s house, even though Allen is in charge. Bring whatever you want! Don’t worry if it’s crazy. The food you bring is always delicious!
Bentley has his travel plans! Who could believe his mission would be over so fast? He’ll be arriving home July 20, but he won’t be speaking in church until August 14, because of family reunions and fast Sunday. I’m sure we’re all excited to see him again, and hear all he has to say. He certainly won’t say it all in church–he’ll be talking about his mission for the rest of his life, just like the rest of us have been doing.
Donna and Anna went to camp last week, and Donna was the official camp cook. She had 21 girls to feed, as well as leaders. She says it was hard but fun. They were at the Heber Valley camp, so they weren’t too far from home, but camp is camp. I’m glad they both had a good time.
I got Flat Stanley from the library and read it in less than an hour. I really liked it. We’ll be talking about it at book club on July 10, here at our house. Emma will lead the discussion. Be there or be square! There are lots of copies of the book at all the libraries.
And the Allen reunion is a week from Saturday. I put all the information in my last letter, and I’ll include it again next week. It’s always fun to see all our far-flung cousins. Laurie has a great yard, and there will be plenty to do.
I’ve been trying to get rid of the ground squirrels at the cabin–the ones around the big moose. I want to plant some shrubs and flowers there and I don’t want those squirrels eating the roots. I bought a 5lb container of cayenne pepper from Amazon, and I dumped some of it down each one of their holes. I hope it makes them scram.
I had a cat scan of my lungs last Monday, and I’ll be meeting with Dr. Lewis tomorrow afternoon. I’ll be interested in what he has to say. I’ve been feeling pressure when I try to breathe, so it’s probably time to go back on chemo. Whatever. I’ve had a great vacation from the stuff.
Life is good! I love you all! Mom