|Kristi, Callie, Brighton, Todd, Janet, Jeff, Harrison (grumpy), Rachel, David|
After lunch together at Chubby's, Brad and Janet and I drove to Cottonwood Heights to visit Aunt Miggs. What a wonderful lady. We sat outside on the patio and talked for a long time. It was a warm afternoon and really pretty outside. I find it hard to believe that she is 93 years old. Her mind is agile and her sense of humor is intact. She has medical problems common to someone who has lived as long as she has, but she soldiers on. She tries to find little ways to be of service. She took over a flower box near the patio and planted flowers and vegetables in it. She takes joy in watering and tending this small garden, and I'm sure other residents appreciate it.
|Brad and I with Aunt Marguerite and Janet|
While David and Rachel took Harrison to the reception, Janet and I went to the food court at City Creek and got some dinner. We sat outside on a perfect evening. Rachel asked a couple of weeks ago if we would consider moving here after our mission if they still live here. I think I would like to live in the mountains and enjoy this lovely weather for a while. We'll have to mull that over.
We ended the day back at Todd and Kristi's for a little bit of the BYU - Boise State football game. As BYU's offense sputtered, Janet was also running out of gas, so we had David take us back to the MTC. We turned in after a long day, tired but fulfilled. I woke up, by the way, some time after we went to sleep when fireworks went off at the stadium. BYU scored three times in the 4th quarter to win the game 35-24. Elder Bunn in our district graduated from Boise State, so I'm sure that he will be feeling low.