Our bread and soup party last night was a blast, not to mention the good we got out of conference. Oh, yes, and the raccoon–he made things very lively, until his owner came and got him. (And kissed him.) Thank you all for everything you brought, including your wonderful children. I know kids don’t always (or ever) get much out of conference, but I think our example sets them in the right way. I hope you all enjoy the rest of conference today, and that it will be a good sabbath day for all of you.
This coming Saturday, October 8, Allen and Dad and I are going to hike the Rocky Top trail to the very top, where we should be able to look out over our house. If any of you want to join us, we’re meeting at the little parking lot just off Highway 32, (after it crosses the river, if you’re coming from Heber) at 8 am. It’s at the entrance to Rock Cliff State Park, but you don’t have to pay anything to park there. The trail head is maybe a hundred yards from there. If you have any questions, call or text me.
On Wednesday I’m flying to Arizona with my sisters, and we’re staying at Bonnie’s house until Friday afternoon. I’m pretty sure we’re just going to talk and eat and watch movies, but it will be a great retreat. Bonnie’s incredibly generous with her house, and she’s even paying for our plane tickets. Have we got it made or what?
Our friends the Garcias were here visiting from Phoenix, and we had a good time with them on Friday. Their kids, Natalie and Carson (ages 12 and 10) are honorary grandkids of ours. We went to the cabin and they had fun driving the Yerf Dog. Dad has put a 2-gallon gas tank on it (taken from an old lawn mower) and it can go for miles now.
Upcoming events: Book Club October 16, and we’ll be discussing Toys Go Out. Our next Super Sunday will be October 23 at John’s. We can run around on his new lawn and break it in. Oh, here’s a great event that most of you know about already: Sharon and Matthew will be here for the BYU-Dixie game on Nov. 19. I know a lot of you are already planning on going to the game, and I’m sure you’ll all have a great time.
So many people! So much fun! Love, Mom