We were in our Sunset by the Mississippi show last night which we performed in the Theater in the Visitors Center instead of the outdoor stage because it was too hot and muggy - 103 with the heat index, and rain expected. The BYU Young ambassadors were performing ourside at 8:30, so we went over to watch them and boy IT was hot - until a breeze started and then lightning began brightening up the sky. they announced that they wold stop if it started raining, and the show was finally stopped a little after 9:00 and three songs early. The anouncer said, "There is a severe lightning storm approaching with heavy rain, so leave quickly and seek shelter immediatel! So everyone hurried to their cars and left. We stopped with friends for ice cream at Annie's, and there was lightning and thunder all night, but little rain until morning. Thre is always excitement around here.
Three of us Sisters have been asked to be Site Assistants at the Lands and Records. We have a meeting this afternoon to plan how we will handle the rush of people this summer. We each work there twice a week, which I really like as you know how much I love doing research and helping people.
Monday night after our two Rendezvous shows we attended an 80th birthday Party for Elder Clark
Elder Clark giving a Mark Twain reading......