Wednesday, April 27, 2011
On another note, at the beginning of the year, our Relief Society gave us the challenge to read the entire book of mormon by Easter Sunday. I'm proud to say, Hans and I finished! Hans decided he wanted to do the challenge with me. It was a great experience for us. We have never done that as a couple before. I think we're going to start on the D&C now.
It was a busy Easter Sunday for me. I am the ward choir director, so I had to direct a song we've been working on. I was also asked to sing a solo during Sacrament meeting as well. So, I chose to sing "Come Unto Him". I love that song. It's just a soft, but powerful piece. The only thing I didn't expect was that the entire stake presidency was there because they released our bishop and put in a new one. And of course, I also think there were more people in Sacrament meeting then I've ever seen there before. Then, I also had to give the Relief Society lesson. I got to teach on the conference talk given by Pres. Uchdorf called "Waiting on the Road to Damascus". If you haven't had a chance to listen to that talk yet, I would strongly encourage you to. It was such a beautiful message.
I felt very close to the spirit on Sunday and I'm so grateful for all the opportunities I had that day to talk of Christ. On the drive to church, Eva asked me to tell her the story of Easter. Explaining the true meaning of easter in simple terms to a four year old makes you really ponder on the simple fact that Christ really does live again and we have the opportunity to see him as well as the people we love after this life. How grateful I am for that chance to put my arms around my Savior and thank him personally for his ultimate sacrifice on my behalf.
P.S. We are leaving tomorrow for the Canary Islands, so Adrianne, I just wanted to wish you a very happy birthday and if you have your baby while I'm gone, good luck and I'll pray for you and your baby's good health!
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Sunday, April 17, 2011
This kid is so dang cute sometimes. He sure knows how to melt a girl's heart. The other day, we were standing in line to get some food and a woman behind us kept commenting on how cute Gabe was. When her heard her, he looked straight at her and gave her the "lady killer" look. I think she just about died laughing. That kid knows how to throw on some charm. :)
On another note, Gabe is really into all things boy. He loves making guns. For his birthday, we bought him a bat cave that you have to assemble yourself. Well, he never uses it for that. He just takes the pieces and creates all different kinds of guns. I don't know how he has figured this out, but it never ceases to amazing at the different guns he comes up with. Maybe I should be worried, but I can't help but be in awe instead. Enjoy the samplings.
Wednesday, April 06, 2011
I love what the host says at the end of her singing. "Sometimes you can add all the dancers, laser, light shows, and special technics you want, but if you've got a voice like that, all you need is a piano". I find this woman's voice mesmerizing. I love that low register of hers. It's husky and pure sexy! I would love to see her in concert.