Well, let's see how much we can do here before our little computadora and/or internet coneccion poops out on us. Thank you all for your sweet Mother's Day e-mails and skype well-wishes -- we thoroughly enjoyed it and appreciate your thoughtfulness. You guys are absolutely the best!! Spencer, you are "kind of a big deal" indeed -- you really look sharp all decked out in you dress uniform. I think I'll re-up. Congrats again on your promotion, Sergeant McCoy. Erin, thanks for sharing your Trek experience -- we agree -- you probably have secured your place in heaven. I'm always amazed, though, at how gung-ho some "trekies" can be -- they seem to think that "realism" is all there is to it and take the fun out of it. But congratulations -- you survived to tell about it. Garlan, thank you for your tender tribute to Mom -- she really is a devoted mother and disciple who continues to give her all. Even though she's waited a long time to serve a mission, it's hard on her to be so far away from loved ones for so long. Sharla, thx for the pics of you and your little ones -- pretty soon they'll be rock climbing with you. Be careful doing that stuff -- don't want to hear about any accidents. And Darek -- can't believe what a home-improvement guru you are -- you really do nice work!! You're hired!! (if and when we buy a house in UT or elsewhere).
So let's see if I can get some photos to post.
I not only married above myself, I was smart enough to marry a younger woman -- she's only 65 the 25th of this month!! Is there any question why all you kids are so good-looking? I love her with all my heart. So I think we'll just leave it at that for now -- just a picture of the matriarch of our family.
Love you all lots and lots -- more next time.