Sunday, February 15, 2009


I admit, I have been somewhat of a slacker in the blog department. I have been consumed with
lacrosse and a bunch of political league mumbo jumbo which has left me some what disenchanted. I tend to think everyone does things for the right reasons, but with this situation, I am not so sure. I am happy to say that at least we got past the nonsense and are now onto the season.
Enough about that. On a totally different note, I was called to be the Stake YCL leader this year. I love this assignment and am thrilled to serve in this capacity. I adore the girls and the time up on the mountain. It is wonderful to be able to go again this year!


The VIPs said...

Congratulations on two things- first, on breaking the addiction of blogging that still has me in it's grips, (is there a blogger's annonymous?) and second- on the Stake YCL leader calling. That sounds like a ton of fun!

jenn said...

Hey lady!!! Happy late birthday :) It sounded like you had a wonderful one and if anyone deserves it, it is YOU! It looks like everyone is busy, healthy and happy... A nice triple combination.

Scott, Lyric, and Co. said...

Its nice to have you back! Congratulations!Camp is so much fun!

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