Wednesday, April 15, 2015

April 8 - April 14, 2015 – Week 5: in Nauvoo

Spring is really here –
Ray had to mow our lawn, which is not something he is familiar with anymore.  He hasn’t had to do that since we moved from San Jose in 1992!  It is greening up around here. There are lots of flowering trees right now,  mostly Magnolia’s in white and purple.    

Yesterday I worked at the Heber C. Kimball home, and the day before at the Post Office.  It is wonderful to get to know the folks better who lived here and to tell their stories to the visitors.  I also worked at the John Taylor Home last week.

We had our first time at speaking parts in the Rendezvous in Old Nauvoo. We were both terrified, but all went well and we didn’t mess up, but still need more practice. 

We had a thunder storm a few nights ago, that woke us up at 3:00 in the morning, but the weather is mostly nice now and up in the 70’s during the day.  Thursday night we drove down to the banks of the Mississippi river and watched a beautiful sunset that truly refreshed my soul as I wondered at the beauty of our Mother Earth.  Wish my camera had been with us….

We haven't had time to go to the Nauvoo Temple but we see it everyday day as we drive by. 
Take care and God Bless. 

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