I ended up watching Becca's kids for the rest of the day, so she could take clients out to look at houses. We loved having them, of course.
On Tuesday I finished painting the cabinets, and did some visiting teaching, then I rearranged my white ironstone on top, while Dad did his normal shift at the temple.
After work that night I ran over to Payson Cottage and grabbed one of the 15 foot long boards that came off the roof when we redid the garage there. Dad sawed it to the 10 feet we needed, and I found four matching shelf brackets and painted them to match. When the paint was dry on the board, we arranged the collection of pitchers I had at home along with the ones I had brought home from the mall, and added them to the display.
On Friday I was off early to meet with my friend Laura Gray and do some junking in Salt Lake. We had lunch at Cafe Rio, of course. I got home in time to go with Dad to ...
We left the camp out in time to pick up the mannequins I had rented to a bride to display family wedding dresses at her reception in Lindon.
He could attend the BYU game ... another amazing finish ... see the fans rushing the field behind the three Scotts? (Robert Scott, Trevor Scott and Jaden Scott)
While I was a the play with Moes, and Dad was at the game with the Scotts, Elias was busy celebrating his 5th birthday with the rest of the family at his house.
Today was a lovely regional conference. Dad had the priesthood leadership meeting, then I met him there. Elder Ballard talked about our troubled times, and complimented Utah County Mormons for being the most religious county (according to a poll) in the USA. He also said Utah Mormons were the heart of the church with their willingness to pay tithing, volunteer and serve missions at a high rate.
Dad ran off to an inventory, while I headed home for a four hour nap ... yikes! We combined resources with Brittney and Spencer and had an English dinner. Yummy! Then a nice long comfy chat after. Its nice to catch up with them and all they are doing, as they are so busy.
So that was our week. We loved it!