Monday, February 11, 2008


So this is what I was telling you about when I said that my niece will just sit there with her tongue sticking out. She doesn't wiggle it around, she just sticks it out and does her thing. Cute, huh?

Well, I should update ya on my life.

I finally got my taxes done today. It was great to see the refund that I'll be getting back.

Last week I painted my office at work and it looks amazing. I wish I would have taken a before and after shot, but I forgot. The walls are an olive green and the trim is a darker tan. It looks great. Finally matches all of the other offices and the bathroom (which I painted the week before).

In the last couple of weeks a friend of mine and I decided to go on an LDS Singles cruise to Mexico. We'll leave on May17th to drive down to LA and then cruise out on the 18th. We'll be on the cruise for a week and get back on the 24th. I'm really excited, since I haven't ever been on a cruise before. And I want to start traveling to more places, so this will be the start of accomplishing that goal.

In the past month I decided to buy a car. My cousin and her husband are selling their Saturn Vue and I will be buying it. They live in New Mexico, so I need to get all of my loan information in order before I go down to get it. So if you know of anyone who would like to buy a car for $1000, let me know. I'm selling my car.

Also, since sometime in Jan. I was called to be the Humanitarian/Emergency Preparedness goo-roo in my ward. I'm no longer in the RS. It's been a few years since I didn't have a calling in the RS. It's been different, but I'm loving my new calling. It's going to be a challenge, whereas most of the members of my ward are single. We'll see.

Since right before Christmas I've been training to be an ordinance worker at the Timpanogus Temple, and as of this past Saturday, I've passed off everything and am a full blown ordinance worker. I can't tell you how much I'm learned from this. I feel so alive. My life is even more meaningful. I see other's serving and I'm inspired to live a better life. If only I could describe the love I feel in my heart when I'm in the temple.

These past couple of weeks have been full of a lot of change in the LDS Church. I was relieved to hear that President Hinckley had passed and is now returned to live with his wife. I have to admit that I wasn't as sad as I thought I'd have been. He's probably working even harder where he is now, without physical aliments hindering his service.
And now we have a new Prophet. President Monson will guide us in ways that we will need, with his new counselors by his side. When I was younger I remember my dad looking at me and asking me, "What if President Monson is our prophet when the Savior comes." I don't know if that will happen, but I feel safe with him as our Prophet. These are great times to come.

Also, in the last couple of weeks, my sister and her family moved to Michigan. It's official. They are Michiganders(I have no idea how they spell it, but that's what they are called).
It's been lonely not having my sister close by, but I'm a big girl and I'll be okay.

Well, so far that's all I have to say about that. I hope that you all are doing well. Keep having fun and remember that a half-Korean named Jenny loves you!

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