I know it’s been awhile, but I just want to brag! Wednesday, April 27, I got myself dinner…Now, I have gotten myself some “easy” meals, but this was not just any old dinner: I put leftover burger & fries on a plate, reheated it, & gave myself a bib. J I love how much more independent this house allows me to be! (More on that later!)
Concerning my kids (u may be aware of some of this, if u follow me on Facebook &/or Instagram):
Zach opened his mission call 3/31. He leaves June 1 to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He will serve for 2 years in San Diego, CA mission, ASL speaking (the letter said “u will prepare to teach the gospel in ASL” ). In my opinion, Zach has been preparing for his mission since he was 6 years old!
Saturday, April 23, my son, Zach, came home from college (BYU), & as he unpacked, I sat in his room, & held a CONVERSATION with him! I’ve held conversations with family & friends just sitting by me, staring at my mouth, but he was able to walk around & unpack! I’m sure it’s not all me… In fact, I KNOW it’s not!
My youngest daughter, Sophie, competed against several middle & high school show choirs, swing, & jazz choirs in a Show Choir competition on April 1st, w/ her amazing group, the Ringtones, last They won best vocals & grand champs:
This group of girls is so motivated! Around December. They started hanging out here, & learning songs just for fun. In February, the choir & voice teachers heard them, & got involved, realizing something could happen, & since the school had no show/swing choir, they entered this last competition as the LTMS swing choir.
I know they have practiced hard! It was good to see the “fruit of their labors”! & I can’t believe these girls are in 8th grade, & just started seriously practicing a month ago! They usually practice here, & I don’t get tired of hearing them!
As for my oldest daughter, Jessie, is now 16. She has been driving for a while (she had a hardship license–since I’m disabled, but I think the license was more of a hardship for us, cuz it rarely helped us!), & she can now date (heaven help us)! In fact, this weekend, she is going to “Mormon Prom.” Last year was the 1st time I got to check it out, & it was amazing to see EVERY girl wearing a modest prom dress! It gave a different feel to the evening that was so wonderful! I am glad my daughter can attend such a great event!
Also, since Mark & I have been so focused on Zach’s mission call, & Sophie’s choir competition, my other daughter, Jessica, took it into her own hands to do April Fools on us this year! I thought u’d enjoy seeing what she did…