Monday, February 23, 2015



 "This past week was nuts!"

 Bro. and Sis. Lavender went home this week!
"They are two of the funniest, most loving people ever."
"...they have been like all the sisters' second mom and dad.  
I love them so much and am going to miss them!!!!"


Yayyyyyyyy I'm so happy for Brad and Tatum!!!!! Wooohooo!!!!!!! I can't wait to come home to three new members of the family! Ahhhh! Crazy!! How happy!!!!!! I love them already!!!!

Well, this past week was nuts! Such a busy and exhausting week. Sister Smith and I had to prepare to give two trainings, went on three exchanges, and Tuesday night was bazerko. It was also, the Lavenders' (senior couple at the Visitors' Center) last week. 

So Tuesday night was crazy. I was on exchanges with Sister Page. We were pulled in a thousand directions that night! We had Visitors' Center from 9 to 3, then four lessons scheduled that night along with institute dinner. Our first lesson was with one of our recent converts who we found out is struggling with some things, so we told her that night we would find someone to give her a priesthood blessing. Then we had our second lesson, then we had institute dinner. We could only eat for a little bit because we had another lesson, but before we got up to leave, someone we had met and invited to church and institute (non-member) walked in the door! We were like ahh! So we told him we couldn't stay but that we would meet him after and have a lesson with him. So we went to our other lesson. Before that though, a recent convert who hasn't been coming to church walked in the door and we were like ahh!!! We asked them how they've been and it was a miracle because we hadn't seen or heard from them for a few weeks. Then we asked someone if they could give a priesthood blessing before institute class started. He said yes, and we told him we would find someone else after the lesson. Then, we had our lesson, which was short but went really well. Then after that, we had another lesson scheduled with another recent convert, and she was waiting for us, but we were rushing trying to find the first guy we has asked for the blessing but couldn't find him, so we asked two other guys. So we did that, then the potential who came walked down the hallway and we were like "We have a lesson right now, but can we meet with you after?!" And he said yes and that he wanted to go to institute class to check it out (thank heavens). So then he went, and we were rushing to get to our next lesson, then a member walked up to us and said "Sisters! I brought my friend to tonight that I want you to meet!" Haha so we went to meet them, while everyone else (recent convert waiting for the blessing, recent convert waiting for the lesson, guys to give blessing) were all standing there waiting for then we were done talking with the friend, and told the recent convert who was going to get the blessing that we couldn't join because we had a lesson, but then we all walked in the same direction so we were like "Okay wait maybe we'll join" and asked the other recent convert if she was okay with joining us for a blessing. So it was just all really weird and 2343 things happening at once, but we finally got into the room and our two members were so sweet and gave such an awesome blessing. Then, we had our other lesson, then after that, we found a member to join us for the lesson with the guy we invited and were waiting for him to come out of class but he texted us and told us he wanted to stay (which was fine with us so we could have a breather...) So thennn we were waiting but had to leave soon to get back to the Visitors' Center to finish exchanges. So we waited and waited, then had to leave. But as we were driving out from the parking lot we saw him walk outside, so we did a sharp turn back into the parking garage to talk to him, and we were able to set up a lesson. Yay! So, anyways......crazy busy night. Hope any of that made sense and conveyed my point....but also I would just like to say how much help the Savior gave to us this past week with everything else we had to do. He was right by our side the whole time and it was all only possible with the aid and strength He gave us. I love Him and am so grateful for Him!

Lastly, the Lavender's are done with their mission. They are two of the funniest, most loving people ever. I am so grateful for all they've done for us who have served in the Visitor's Center....they have been like all the sisters' second mom and dad. I love them so much and am going to miss them!!!!

Love you all!! Have another awesome week!

Sister Johnson





Although this is my super detailed e-mail to Lauren, it is also an announcement to our friends and e-mail and blog family!  As many of you know, and some of you don't:


Yea!  Congrats!  Cool!  Excitement!  etc. etc. So the following are the pictures and then the details of their courtship and engagement!

Brad had these placed at intervals up the mountain
This last tile was at the top of the Camelback Mountain trail.  143 is what Tatum and Brad say to each other.  1 = I  4 = LOVE  3=YOU!  143!

So this Friday, Brad asked Tatum Tarwater to marry him! Tatum is a former girlfriend who Brad met and started dating just before his second year of football at Southern Utah University.  During the last 8 years they have remained friends, but their paths separated.  Brad went on a mission and Tatum got married.  Tatum has a little girl named Presley and a  little boy named Jagger.  But "sometimes good things fall apart so that better things can fall together", and Brad and Tatum reconnected this past October and started hanging out.  By Christmas they began thinking ahead to his leaving to go to his new job at JP Morgan in New York City after graduation this coming May.  Brad started considering the all the pros and cons of having a family in New York and it all sounded not only possible, but would be a great blessing for all of them.  So Brad decided to work on getting married and take this new little family to live in New York City!  Brad has fallen in love with not just one person, but three people and they are all so cute and happy together!  You should see how he nibbles on Jagger and makes him laugh and the fun he has when he plays with Presley.  We already knew that he would make a great husband, but who knew he already had great parenting instincts as well?!

Well, that's pretty much the back story.  It seems like a lot of important decisions for a 27 year old to make, but he has stepped up and is perfectly happy with his decision to marry Tatum.  I have been keeping Lauren and Brittany updated with what I can BraTum (that's Brad and Tatum) and they are always excited to hear any updates.  Lauren, Brittany, Steve and I are all very happy and excited about Brad's decision. Brad enlisted Brittany in looking for ring styles that Tatum likes, hence she became an expert on Tatum's pinterest account.  I was instructed to begin looking for apartments for rent in Manhattan that are in Brad's price range (how does $2,800 for an 800 sq.ft. 2 bedroom 1 bath sound?).  Once the ring was found, (thanks to his father's keen eye) the implementation of Brad's grand plan for proposal began.

Brad's Proposal to Tatum:

Tatum said one day that she wanted to get more exercise.  Brad suggested a hike up a mountain.

Brad has since conducted multiple meetings over the last three weeks with his "team" to prepare for the proposal atop Camelback Mountain here in Phoenix.

He got on the phone with Tatum on Wednesday and told her wanted to take her to a real nice restaurant for dinner on Saturday night.  (say "real nice" like Randy Quaid does in Christmas Vacation).  He asked her were they could go that would be the nicest place she had ever been.  The whole point was to get her thinking that he was going to propose on Saturday instead of Friday.  Then, that night, she told him, "You're not very good at surprises."  Oh little did she know.

Brad and I went to Home Depo on Wednesday night to shop for "wood" planks to make signs that he wanted planted on the way up the trail.  Well, he decided against the wood and went for five 12x12 pieces of tile!  Only about 30 LBS of flooring to hike up a mountain!  (not for him, though, because he wouldn't be hauling it up, his buddies were going to be doing that!).  Then he hustled around on Wednesday and Thursday  getting the tiles to an artist friend and we even had a violinist, Megan Brown, come over to the house to let him hear what she was going to play for him.  And Megan was really good.  After Megan left, he practiced how he was going to propose and what he was going to say (I was pretending to be Tatum) and it was good because we uncovered some weak areas (like the box upside down one time and the ring was stuck in the bottom  and when he opened the box all you saw was a grey poof and no ring).  So those kinds of kinks were worked out.


Friday at 7:00.  Brad packed the tiles, his sports jacket, a jacket for Tatum that he stole from her house, and water.  Brad's accomplices showed up at 8:00:  Vann Childs,  Vann's Dad, Keith Childs, Erica (Vann's girlfriend) and Megan with her violin.  They all took off together and headed toward Camelback Mountain at 8:15 ish. It is described as a moderate hike but the end they are hanging onto a rod and climbing on boulders!  Wow.  The things people do for love.  Then at around 9:00ish, Tatum shows up at our house with Jagger.  I had eggs and toast for them (and some sausages that I won't ever buy again) and made them fruit slushies.  So they ate breakfast while I was holding Jagger.  Then they took off around 9:30 for the mountain.

Now this is a side note:  Now I had Jagger.  And he cried for 2 hours!  I actually expected him to cry the whole time so I was pleasantly surprised.   But it was rough for awhile.  Then I laid him down on his back on the couch and started rubbing his little chest and he fell asleep (yea!).  He slept for about 45 minutes.  When he woke up he was a new boy!  I had a riding hippo that he wouldn't touch earlier, which he finally sat on and started riding all around (it makes fun noises too) so he was laughing and happy.  He ate a banana and lots of gold fish.  I even fed him some of his regular baby food.  Then Vann, Erica and Megan came back around 12:30 and Megan hung out with me because she put her car keys and wallet in Brad's backpack thinking that it was Vanns.  So she had to wait with me until they got home, but it was great for me because I got to hear the whole story from her!

So, Megan is a hiker/daredevil/violinist.  She had no problem hiking up the mountain with a violin.  As it turned out, they all thought that Erica would be the slowest, because of her lack of hiking experience, however, she was the first on the peak, then she started her stop watch and Megan came 5 minutes later, then the guys (now including Vann's friend who was the photographer and videographer),  came about 20 minutes later.  But keep in mind that Vann's dad was hauling an extra 20-30 Lbs of tile!  I don't know how heavy that back pack is, but they brought it back and I lifted it and it is heavy!

Megan said that they got to the summit and  set up everything and then decided that they needed to change the camera angle and have them stand near the peak so they repositioned everything.  Also, on the way up the guys had taken the tiles out and placed them at intervals along the trail. I've got pictures. Then they could hear Megan playing the violin and the guys said it was cool because you could hear wisps of it and then when they got closer you could hear it really well.  After awhile they spotted them coming up the trail and so Megan started playing.  Now we switch to how Brad tells it.

He said that when they saw the first sign it was in a tree and it said "Forever Love".  Then they hiked further and he said, "look Tatum, another one of those signs." (The pictures of this are in the next e-mail)  After 3 more, the last tile said, "143" which means 1=I  4=love  3=you.  143.  So she said that she didn't think anything about it until they saw the last one and she said she thought he had done something cute with the tiles for their hike, but she had no idea that he was going to propose. They get to the sign and Brad stopped and wiped his brow with a hanky and Tatum thought "why are you stopping to do that now, we are almost to the top", but Brad said he was super sweaty and he didn't want to look gross for the video!  So by now they are definitely hearing the violin and then they see a large group of hikers on the summit (turns out there were 80 hikers just hanging around waiting to see the proposal), then Brad see's his mark, which is a handkerchief they put where he was supposed to stand (because they had the video camera all set up and Brad needed to know where his mark was), so then Vann comes over and assists Brad (butler style) in putting on his suit jacket (he hiked in black pants and a black t-shirt) and Erica put the dressy jacket on Tatum and at this point Megan says that she couldn't hear what they were staying because she was playing Ave Maria softly.  Then Tatum said yes and everyone on the mountain clapped and cheered.  Megan said they hung around and Tatum showed her ring to them all and she said they stayed up there for quite a little while and then started down the mountain all together, and they picked up the tiles as they came down the mountain.  And Brad said that it was perfect.

So then, Brad said that Tatum wanted to wear her ring, but he was like, No.  You can't. and she tried a couple of times to get him to let her wear it down the mountain, but he was not going to let that ring get damaged because it wasn't his ring!  It was a loaner!  It  was a duplicate.  The real ring was getting sized!  Anyway, so when they got off the mountain she got to have it back.  They went to a restaurant near Camelback and Brad had previously talked to the manager.  He told him that he was going to propose on Camelback Mountain and was there anything special that he would suggest that Brad do to make it special.  So the manager told him that they would reserve a table for them outside on the patio and that they would sprinkle rose pedals all around and their table. So Brad had pre purchased and delivered to the restaurant the rose pedals and a flower arrangement for the center piece and they had it all decorated when they walked into the restaurant and the people on the patio all clapped for them and made it known that they had just gotten engaged.  So they had lunch and left to come home to pick up Jagger, who was happily playing on his hippo and eating banana when they got home.  Brad said the proposal was implemented perfectly. They were so happy and Brad look relieved to have it done and go so well.  Tatum said that she had no idea but you could tell they were both happy.

And that, is the story of how Brad Johnson proposed to Tatum!

The End.

Well, Lauren.  I'm excited to hear what you have to say about your crazy brother (that is if you have time after reading this mile long e-mail!)  Thanks to everyone else who read all the way to the end!  haha!  Admit it, it was the best thing you have read all week!

So, Lauren I will hear from you soon.  I love you!  Have a great day!

Love and hugz and kisses,
The greatest mom in the history of moms (with the exception of my mom)

Saturday, February 21, 2015



Hi Mother and family!

Haha! Dad is so funny. He always does such a great job when he gives a talk! I think I got that characteristic from him (getting worked up about talks and what not), but since being on a mission I've become a lot better at not getting stressed about things like that. It's been a huge blessing from the Lord!! And thanks for the Valentine box! I haven't received it yet but I'm sure I will soon. :) 

We got to go to the temple today - and guess who was in our session? Dallin H. Oaks! And guess who didn't recognize him? Me! Haha. After we went to go change Sister Smith was like, "Did you see Elder Oaks??" And I was like uhhh.....and then she told me he hugged someone at one point, and I totally remember seeing that but I didn't even know it was him. So sad. Haha. I guess it just goes to show though that you really can't tell a prophet apart from any other man when you're in the temple because everyone is dressed in white. :) He is here this week though because he will be speaking at Stake Conference, which we're super excited about. We really are so spoiled with all the general authorities who have been visiting us recently.

This past week was fun as always! Not much new stuff to tell, other than we've just been continuing to meet with the recent converts in the ward who seriously blow my mind because of their faith, desire to continue learning and overall amazingness. It is so much fun teaching everyone here because they ask so many great questions and it just really makes our jobs easy. Sister Smith is also a really good teacher, which helps me to be a better teacher. We haven't added anyone recently as new investigators but last week we found really neat potentials. We decided to visit a former investigator who I taught with Sister Kim a few times at the beginning of my mission and when we went, we met her boyfriend and his friend (she wasn't home). They were surprised to see us but after talking for a few minutes they became really interested in learning and one of them was like, "So, who can I contact if I want to like, study and learn more?" And we were like......ta-da! Us! Haha. It was a cool miracle. So we are going to see both of them this week sometime.

Hmm let's see what else......we had MLC (Missionary Leadership Council) on Tuesday and Visitors' Center training Thursday, during which Sister Smith and I gave a training on better utilizing our tour sheets at the VC (tour sheets are what we fill out when we come into the VC each day to set goals and plan for our shift that day) to set meaningful goals and have vision for what we can accomplish each day! So that was fun. :) We also had exchanges with some sisters from the Visitor's Center on Wednesday. Sister Hernaez (from the Philippines - she reminds me of Rosemary!) came with me to Berkeley on and we had sooo much fun together!! We were out and about during dinner, so there were tons of people to talk to (which makes it hard to have quality conversations, but it is definitely fun trying to talk with everyone). We also ate dinner at a pizza place right next to campus and talked to a really neat guy standing in line and ended up eating dinner with him. He does robotics at Berkeley and was super nice. Even though he wasn't interested, we had a really good conversation with him. And, hopefully we planted a seed in the soil of his heart! :-)

A few other fun things...Sister Smith and I made the best spaghetti in the world the other night (and even though we never get fed, we cook a lot of delicious things so we are well nourished)....we also had two amazing lessons with our progressing investigator J*** - one of them was on tithing (we ended up talking about temples as well) and the priesthood. Both topics were things she had concerns about, but thanks to the spirit and our amazing members, they were awesome lessons and we all learned a lot from one another during them. Thank heavens for members!!!! I don't know what we'd do without them.

Anywho, that's it for this week - sorry I don't have any pics, my camera is lame and runs out of battery super quick and doesn't want to turn on right now. I love you all though!!! Thanks for all your prayers and support and love!!!!

<3 Sister Johnson







VC sisters, Lauren and Sister Smith!

More VC Sisters with Lauren and Sister Smith

We love all Visitor Center Sisters with Lauren and Sister Smith

Those are bunny nose lollypops that I gave her back at Easter last year!

 Valentines for everyone!


My dear sweet mother.....of course, I always read your entire email!!! I just don't always respond to everything haha. So don't you fret about that! I love reading them and hearing about everything going on! It's my form of entertainment for the week!

Thank you again for the box! Sister Smith appreciated the chocolates, and her mom sent her a box too and had some stuff for me, plus our roommate's mom also sent chocolates for us, so we were well-loved on Valentine's Day.  About my room, yes that's totally fine to move the other (twin) bed in there. I'll be curious to know how you fit everything though   :-)

This past week here was really fun and amazing!!! We had stake conference with Elder Oaks, and Sister Smith and I being the lucky ducks we are got to see him speak three times. We got to see him at the single adult session Friday night (since we serve in a YSA ward), the all-adult session Saturday night, and then the normal session on Sunday. His daughter, Jenny Oaks Baker (the amazing violinist - famous in the Mormon world), also performed last night at the Inter-Stake Center across from the Visitors' Center, so a few of us got to go over there and greet people and what not (we couldn't stay to listen though sadly). So it was a fun and eventful weekend! Elder Oaks is amazing, and so is his wife - I think I've said this before but every time we get visited by a general authority and their wife, I feel like I come to know the Savior better. They truly are His chosen servants and messengers. Elder Oaks was so powerful, and addressed the needs of our stake very well. Also, before Jenny's performance yesterday, Elder Oaks hosted an inter-faith reception at the Visitors' Center (and we were serving there at that time :D) so we got to meet him and shake his hand! It was kind of a funny/awkward experience, haha... we were standing in the front room of the VC about to give a tour of the Christus statue, and he came in with his wife and was greeting people. Some other people walked in behind him (people from each of the ward's in the stake who were invited to the reception) and I saw Brother Hilliard, who I visited every week when I was in Moraga. Anyways I saw Brother Hilliard and went to go shake his hand (because I thought maybe Elder Oaks was shaking someone else's hand or something) but I realized it looked like I just walked right past him and ignored him because he was ready to shake my hand! But I didn't mean to!! Haha... anyways, just something awkward that only I would do... Sister Smith and I got to shake his hand though and he and Sister Oaks briefly told us about what the Rome Visitors' Center will be like when it's completed. The couple we were giving the tour to also got to meet him and the man just got baptized, so Elder Oaks congratulated and hugged him. He is such a loving person!! Without a doubt, a true apostle and prophet of God.

Some other fun things and miracles - we went on back-to-back exchanges, so I got to be with Sister Tam who serves in the Oakland Chinese ward one day, and then I got to go back to Moraga the next day with Sister Lindsay. :) Those were a fun couple of days! It would be so much fun to serve in the Chinese program - Chinese people are so funny and so humble. When I went back to Moraga we visited a member who I visited every week, which was so nice to be able to see him again! Last week was just overall nostalgic because I also got to see many members of the Moraga ward during stake conference and got to say hello to Brother R***, who recently got baptized!!!! ---> Huge, giant miracle -- he is the one who has been waiting for years to be baptized. Anyways, in Berkeley, we had a huge blessing of finding a new investigator from visiting a former investigator. He is a student at UC Berkeley studying to be a pastor, so he's always interested in learning about different religions but is also sincere about learning about this one for himself. With that came another huge miracle on Saturday. We went to the Berkeley Public Library at 1:30 to meet up with him, and when we walked in, we saw a member who we haven't seen in a while. We went up and said hello to her, and she told us she was there with M**** (M**** got baptized right before I was transferred from Berkeley to Moraga). Well, this is a huge miracle because  we haven't seen or have been able to get a hold of M**** in a long time!!!!!! So we were soooo happy to see her and it was an answer to our prayers! She looked a little nervous to see us, but it was still a huge blessing from the Lord to be able to just see her. We are hoping she will want to meet with us again and come to church!! Then, right after that happened, we ran into a guy who we found out got baptized recently in Nevada, but hasn't been coming to church (he should be going to the Berkeley family ward) and were able to get his info to help him get to church. So, in conclusion - miracles happen, all day every day, and the Lord is so very aware of His children.

Well that pretty much sums up my week. :) The Savior lives and loves us. Love you all!!!

Sister Johnson

EXTRA FUN COMMENT SECTION:  Sometimes we get to chat back and forth on e-mail.  This was one of her responses:

I'm here! Hahaha oh my goodness Brad is such a goober. I loved the box! Thank you so much for it and for the money! I spent it all today haha. I bought a new watch (my other one broke), some new tennis shoes (my other ones for some reason smell really bad but I'm still going to try and fix them so they smell better) and some new work out pants. So thank you!!! And thanks for the dress! Hopefully it's not too short! Thank you!!!!!

Lauren's February 2, 2015 E-MAIL - NEW COMPANION



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 Jami!! And Sister Orantes' last night in Berkeley!

 Sister Orantes packing ....?



​My new companion, Sister Smith and me at Victoria's house! Food soooo Good!

Hello Mother and all!

Funny- I didn't even know it was the Superbowl this weekend until someone at church mentioned it. Haha. It's crazy the things the world knows about that you have no idea about as a missionary! But, we get to see tons of miracles happen and lives change that no one else gets to see....and I'd rather have that any day! So nanny nanny boo boo! Just kidding :-)

Well, my new companion is Sister Smith, and she is amazing!!!! I've known her my whole mission because we have both been in the Visitor's Center our whole missions so far, but it's cool to actually be her companion. She is from Wichita, Kansas. And she reminds me a lot of Brittany! She has a very calm yet strong presence but is also really sweet and goofy. Hehe. She's also super competitive and athletic which also reminds me a lot of Brittany! She is like the dodge ball master when we play in the mornings for our exercise as a zone. So we are having tons of fun together!!! And she is going to be an amazing sister trainer!

Well we had some cool experiences this past week! First, we had the most delicious dinner of my life yesterday!!! A member from our ward had her birthday celebration and invited us and her family made the most delicious traditional Mexican food on the planet! It was basically just beans, rice, tacos with chicken, carne asada, chorizo and homemade salsa and such, but it was SO GOOD. And, they made hot dogs wrapped in BACON. It was amazing. Probably because I haven't had a family dinner in a while, but either way it was just so good. Her family is so sweet! They go to the Spanish ward that Sister Smith last served in and the mom is the chef at the mission home. Amazing people and so loving!!! 

We were also able to talk to a lot of neat people and there was one lady we talked to that I'll never forget. We were on Berkeley campus and she and her friend were sitting outside talking and we walked up to them (they were older, like middle-aged). They were super friendly and started asking us a lot of questions about us and our beliefs and what we do as missionaries. So as we were talking we got on the subject of faith, and talked about exercising our faith. And she asked, "Well how in the world do you exercise your faith?" And Sister Smith told her ways we do that - such as praying, reading scriptures, doing to church, and simply trying to follow and be like Christ. And then I added that it all starts with a desire. And for some reason, she thought that that was the most amazing thing she's ever heard. And she said wow....I didn't know that faith was all about having a desire first. And then she was a little sad that she had never learned that before (because she's religious). Then, we read her Alma 32:28, which talks all about this and after talking more about it, it just continued to hit her and she was very emotional! It was such a sweet experience. Near the end of the conversation she told us how grateful she was that we talked to her and that we made her whole day. She accepted a Book of Mormon, and although she didn't accept missionaries to visit, I'm so grateful Heavenly Father lead us to her. It funny because I didn't say much - but I guess that's what she needed to hear at that time. 

Last week we also had a sweet experience in the Visitor's Center with an elderly man who came in who's wife recently passed. He was so torn and emotional and just needed someone to talk to. So Sister Smith and I spend a good amount of time talking with him and listening to his stories and memories of her. Then we showed him Meet the Mormons and it made him feel a lot better. I love the visitor's center! There are too many sweet experiences there that happen that I don't have time to write.

OH YEAH, Elder Andersen visited our mission on Saturday!!! We had a big missionary conference and it was so great to spend time with him and also Elder Maynes. I tell you, we have been so spoiled with all the visits from general authorities recently. And we are getting Elder Oaks in a few weeks for stake conference! Elder Andersen talked to us about how to learn about the Savior through the Book of Mormon, and that it's important that we know the Book of Mormon really well - but especially the parts that talk about His atonement. It was a huge motivator for all of us. I just seriously love when the general authorities come. Every time they do, and we get to see who they are and how they act, I feel like I get to know the Savior more each time. They are all just so loving, funny and down to earth! And they all love their wives and families so much. Elder Andersen's grand kids were up there with him when we was talking with us and it was so fun to see him interact with them. 

Some other updates - T**** (recently got baptized) is doing wonderful and is going to the temple to do baptisms this week!!! And our investigator J*** is also doing wonderful!! We are just seeing so many miracles. We really need to find more people to teach but at the very least we have one awesome investigator and like 10 recent converts who are also wonderful (most of the moved in the ward last year).

Anyways, that's it for this week - sorry that I'm not the best storyteller so forgive me. I just really wish I could convey the awesomeness of all the experiences I've had recently. It's amazing the miracles that happen. I just continue to learn about the reality of Heavenly Father and our Savior. I guess that's the best way to put everything.

Love you all. Have a beautiful week!!!