CoriLyn and Caitlyn pose for an "official" shot at UVU's Best Dance Crew.
This past week Caitlyn attended a really fun event at UVU. It was the most well-attended event of the Homecoming Week. UVU's Best Dance Crew Final Face-off. Caitlyn said there was some amazing talent. The event was organized and MC'd by my niece Cori Fox. She is the UVUSA Fine Arts Chair. Way to go, Cori!
Coryn and Cait a few moments after the mission call was opened.
Today is Coryn's weekly Preparation Day in the mission field. We did not get our regular e-mail from her. That has never happened before. I'm guessing she just didn't get to a computer before the day's activities were through.
It is surprising how much we look forward to those letters....
Young Single Adult ward where my husband serves. On our way out of the campus building where we met Cammy starting laughing loudly and said: "Look at that!" Ha! Ha! Good old Massasoit is once again the object of college students' creativity.
(I remember over 30 years ago someone putting a toga on him.)
Today our family attended an absolutely awesome recital! Imagine 40 harps on the same stage all playing together. My talented friend Ashley, along with other harp teachers and their respective students present this traditional recital each year.
Harps covered in cobwebs. Harpists disguised as goblins, devils, pirates and the like. And how could it be any more festive with pieces titled: Zombie, The Adams Family, Bella's Lullabye, Cruella De Ville, Skeleton Song, and Harry Potter Theme? And a special treat: We May Not Be Vampires, But We're Still Men sung by Ashley's husband Mat. and his brothers. (Also fun to watch Marilyn, one of my new vocal students playing her harp on the front row.)
My dad was a veteran. Army/Navy. He was also a writer. This is one of his books about the Navajo Code Talkers of World War II. It is on several required reading lists in high schools. If you don't know their story, you should. Go here to read review.
"I think part of the notion of having a testimony is that you are expressing it all the time, not just at the pulpit. It comes out in your interactions, your conversations, your choices, and your work." ~Chris Clark