A fairly Mormon day


The pavilion, in the Scera Park in Orem, near the Scera swimming pool, where we had our ward party tonight


Being a Latter-day Saint marks your daily life during the week, not just on Sundays.


My wife and I and two of our sons joined with a nephew and his family for lunch today, just before they put him into the Missionary Training Center.  Afterwards, we went with the family to the excellent and newly renovated Monte L. Bean Museum at BYU, drove past the future Provo City Center Temple, and enjoyed some frozen yogurt at Farr’s.  Then, this evening, we had a good time at our ward’s annual summer swimming and barbecue party.


There are worse ways to live a life.



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