Thanks to Allen and Nora for the wonderful Super Sunday we had last week. I don’t thank you kids often enough for the hosting you do. Anyway, it was truly super. I dragged myself out of bed and got dressed for the first time in ten days, and it was great to go somewhere. I don’t know what kind of flu I had, but I’m still feeling the effects. I had chemo this last week, and it came and went, but the flu feeling drags on. I hope none of you kids or your families come down with it.
Our next event will be book club, and it will either be next week or the week after, depending on Donna’s family. Donna reserved a camp site in Zions for next weekend, but she’ll cancel if the weather’s too cold, and we’ll have book club. Otherwise book club will be in two weeks. I’ll keep you posted. We’re reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Our next Super Sunday will be on the 26th at Tom’s.
Julie’s broken bones are healing. She has her stitches out and she’s doing quite a bit of work at home. She’s able to video conference and work with her team. Go, Julie!
Nora’s Costco delivery service is going great guns. She has about 20 customers, but not all of them order every week. She’s taking part in the “Grow Your Own Business” portion of the Church’s self-reliance program, and she says she’s learning a lot. The coolest thing is that she delivers to Charley and Suzy! She says they don’t need a lot, but she loves delivering to them. Go, Nora!
And our snow? This winter will never end. I’m not even thinking about it. The snow in our back yard is still more than two feet deep. We’re still getting storms every day or two, but it’s mostly just a couple of inches each time. I don’t want to hope, because we’re grateful for all the moisture we can get, but it’s nice to think that sooner or later it will be summer.
What an incredible family you all are! I love you lots. Mom