A fun picture for the week...

A fun picture for the week...
A Satellite View of Elder Sorensen's Trailer in the Church Parking Lot in Many Farms, AZ

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Happy Birthday Kaycee

Kaycee turned 26 on Sunday. We had lots of friends and family over for cake and ice cream. It was fun to have a house full. Can't believe I've been a Mom that long. No more birthdays for you!!!

Kaycee, Kati Leigh Nell Burger a.k.a. Pure Meadow Moon a.k.a The Stalker (we LOVE her)to see the movie "Emma Smith:My Story" last night.It was showing one night only at the Angelika. The movie was excellent. I highly recommend it. We will definitely purchase it and have a girls night. The proof it was excellent is no one made a sound or moved at the end. You had to sit and let it soak in. Definitely a two thumbs up and 5 stars!!

We had a Not Back to School Party today with our homeschool group. It was great. The kids had lots of fun with their friends. We swam and floated the lazy river while their public school friends went to school.The boys only had basic school to get done.

We added 4 new families to our group. It's growing by leaps and bounds. Pure evidence of the Lord's hand.This is such a blessing in the lives of homeschoolers. To me it is further proof that Heavenly Father knows us and loves is individually.

Still trying to get the visa forms in the mail. We are going to start our unit study on India. I've been accumulating a cook book, travel guide and some projects to do. I figure the more we know about India the more we can appreciate where Logan will be serving the Lord the next 2 years. The reaction from everyone is still the same,"WOW!!! I didn't know we had missionaries in Inida." People not of our faith don't quite understand why he would go there for 2 years and give up this time to spend getting a degree.I'm glad he has a testimony of what he will be doing.

Bye for now got to work on that visa.

1 comment:

The Canciennes said...

I'm so excited yall started a blog! It's my new obsession. Now you can post all those interesting pictures of Logan in India. That would be fun to see. You probably could devote an entire blog to his mission.