Friday, March 30, 2012

Spiritual Renewal

Besides my double chin, I kind of love this picture and that little baby.

The Hunger Games was a success last night...after I got over the super graphic killing. My favorite part of the night was all of the ladies that I got to hang out with. They're the coolest. I am definitely motivated me to read the book now. I'm actually going to start today. Right now.

We're so excited for the weekend around here. It will be full of spiritual renewal. We're kicking it off with a trip to the Jordan River Temple with our favorites. We haven't been to one single session together since...well ever. I'm glad that we're changing that. Tonight.

Melinda and I are also meeting at Deseret Book for Nie Nie's book signing tonight. She is such a beautiful spiritual person, I'm stoked! Is is super lame if I have her sign a piece of paper and then glue it in my book when it gets here April 3rd? Of course not! I really am doing it. 

Tomorrow we will be watching and listening to the words of our prophet during LDS General Conference. One of my most favorite weekends of the year. This is where we are truly spiritually recharged. Want to join? Please do. We would love it.


You can tune in tomorrow at 10 and 2 and Sunday at 10 and 2. We will be! We've come up with a little tradition over the past few years. Jeremy and I always watch the Saturday morning session together with breakfast in bed. Then we head over to the Ruesches for the afternoon session and later the boys go off to thier priesthood session of conference. While the boys are out we take the chance to have a girls night, anything goes down from eating, crafting, or shopping. This time, we have a baby showers - it'll be like a mega girls night!

Sunday, we head over the my family's house for the day and eat caramel apples in between sessions. Aren't family traditions the best? Even the little ones make like that much sweeter.

Enjoy the weekend and may the odds be ever in your favor.


  1. You will be addicted to the Hunger games series, I read all 3 books in 3 days!

  2. I also read the whole trilogy super fast! Just so you know, though, the graphic killings in the movie are nothing compared to the book. They toned it down quite a bit in the movie.