Then on to Anna's soccer game-
This little girl is an awesome soccer player-
During their game she scored a goal as keeper! Drop kick landed straight in the goal...Awesome times 10! Something like this but way better (smile)
It's very rare for this to happen! So fun to have been there to see it!
Conner and Payton happened to be helping a friend with his Boy Scout Eagle project. Conner and Payton are awesome young men love being around them...check out my Instagram feed ...I posted a couple videos of them playing piano. (smile....that's what Grammers do)
After the game we dashed back home to get ready for General Women's Conference
Some thoughts that stood out to me at Women's conference-
“Our divine nature has nothing to do with our personal accomplishments, the status we achieve, the number of marathons we run, or our popularity and self-esteem. Our divine nature comes from God.”
“Many in today’s world are looking for instant gratification and instant knowledge on the Internet,” explained Sister Reeves. “In contrast, we will be exceedingly blessed if we exercise faith and patience and go to our Heavenly Father, the source of all truth, with our concerns. So many answers and assurances can come through daily searching and studying the scriptures and with sincere and pleading prayer, but there are no such promises for the Internet.”
I also enjoyed President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Parable titled “A Summer with Great-Aunt Rose,” which offered a message of faith, hope and love.
In the story, an 11-year-old girl named Eva spent the summer at her aunt’s house while her mother recovered from surgery. Though it was difficult at first, Eva learned to love her aunt, who, despite the fact that she lived alone in the countryside with her gray cat, “was quite possibly the happiest person [Eva] had ever known.”
I loved the picture he shared with his Parable...(does anyone know if this art can be purchased?) Find the painting here thanks Pam for the information!
and of course after the meeting we went out for treats.
The weekend was wonderful...I came just to hug kids....and I did just that. Love them all!