Monday was a quiet day, thankfully after our run, run, run Sunday. I got a chance to post an all red fjnine on IG. No problem finding red☺️
In the afternoon my gardening girls came and we worked some more on getting the yard ready for Fleaology!!
That night Dad and I finished off Downton Abby, after watching it whenever we could for a month. So fun, and we caught so many snippets we'd missed.
Darby ended up with a quick and relatively cheap fix on her car, but also heard from a second vet that her horse Dallas might be sicker than they had thought. We're still waiting on a final diagnosis, but if praying is part of your life, please pray for her.
At work, the medication worked well enough that I had a much better day than I have been having. I also snapped the picture of the retro mail box at work. How cool is that!
I had a call into my doctor that day, and they finally called at the end of the day saying I could have a steroid shot in my knee! Yeah!!
That night I had book club and Dad had home teaching appointments.
And then we went to the new Savers I noticed a few weeks ago when we went to Dad's mission reunion. So this goodness is what I got because we're going on a mission!!
So Ann and I walk into Savers and I find one for $50. I can barely believe it. I'm crediting our mission to Finland!! ❤️❤️
Mine needs glass in one door and some restorafinish but I'm still pinching myself!
Dad also did weed and feed on the grass and we hauled the family room couch to the dump and set a bed up for Cheryl, which she has yet to touch.
Today we had a wonderful stake conference. The spirit was very strong. I'm going to share some of that in another blog post. I know not all my readers share my religious convictions, and so when they read these posts, they will know our personal spiritual experiences will be separated into another post, so they won't need to read them if they'd rather not. I think this set up will serve us well while on our mission too.
This evening we went to have dinner Stina and Seth Van Cott in Highland. She grew up in Finland and I met her at 3dotters last week. Remember the red polka dot mushrooms?
We had Finnish food and a lovely visit with them, their two daughters and his parents who moved here from Texas a year ago. It was a fabulous evening.