The family reunion yesterday in Lindon was a blast. I was glad so many of you could make it, and I wish everybody could have been there. Bonnie and Barbara did a great job planning it. We all liked that park (I especially liked the little zip line) and we’re probably going to try to do it there again.
The next family event, even before conference, is Super Sunday, next week (the 25th) at Donna’s house. The fun will start at 4 pm. Bring whatever you like We always have a great selection of food!
And then conference is the week after that. Saturday night, October 1, we’ll have our traditional bread and soup dinner here at our house, at 5 pm. The Saturday night conference session is for everybody this year, and it starts at 6. I hope we can tune it in OK. Last year Bevan took the little boys, and a football, to the park up the street during the session. I’m not saying anybody has to do that this year, but it sure made for a calm conference experience.
We’re pushing book club back again next month, because Donna and Bevan will be coming home from the Grand Canyon on the second Sunday. So we’ll meet here the third Sunday, October 16, to talk about “Toys Go Out.” What a crazy book! It’s short and funny, and I think you’ll all like it. I have an extra copy, if anybody wants to borrow it.
I’m enjoying my 2-month break from chemo. My last scan showed that my main tumor had scrunched up a little bit. It looked like the diagram for an amoeba. It isn’t interfering with my breathing right now, so my life is good. I’m still going to the wound clinic once a week, and my incision is closing up, a little at a time. It doesn’t hurt much any more. Thanks so much for your prayers on my behalf.
Last Saturday Dad and I hiked a little more than a mile on the Shingle Springs trail, up on the Mirror Lake Highway, and I loved being out in the open. If any of you want us to go on any hikes with you (short, not the Grand Canyon) we’re game. Isn’t this fall weather exhilarating!
Lots of love, Mom