Monday, June 29, 2009

The architect at his new work station :)

Mike has had a busy day... He has been doing quite a bit of work from home, after going into the office for a bit each morning. Today he is doing something he is really enjoying because he has been at it since noon!

It is such a beautiful day today. The windows are open and the breeze is so delightful. I pulled weeds this morning but soon got dismayed. It needs to rain so they will be easier to get out of the ground! I have been rearranging our books. It seems we have too many for the amount of shelving we have. I found an old journal of mine from 1975 - 1979. Of course I sat down and read most of that. I read some things to Mike - We laughed at some things and were inspired by much of it. It was so wonderful to relive so many memories.

We look forward to Hannah and Allen's arrival on Wednesday night. I cleaned out the dresser of the bedroom suite that she and Allen will be taking back with them. Once that is gone, the architect will have to figure out what we are going to do with an empty bedroom. That will be another fun project for us. I am sure Mike and Hannah will put their heads together and make decisions and that project will begin soon after the Rick's departure.

A cute quote I found in my journal... "The Lord won't always come when you want him, but he will always be on time."


  1. Nancy and Mike, I really shouldn't post a comment but when I did't see a post on the blog shortly after noon, I was a bit alarmed. That's the reason for the call.
    It is so good to see Mike all decked out in the yellow shirt sitting at the new station with his computer, the phone and a boquet of daisies. Mike, you look great, ceertainly as if you are enjoying your work. You may like this new station better than the other, especially if you can always have flowers and maybe you, Nancy, can take his calls etc.
    Keep up the good work. Again, we thank the Lord for His healing powers, love and care.
    We send our Love and Prayers. J & B

  2. Dear Mike and Nancy,
    This morning I was reading President Uchtdorf's talk from the Sunday morning session of conference. I believe the two of you are experienceing the truth of this statement. "The gospel is the way of discipleship. As we walk in that way, we can experience confidence and joy - even during times of peril, sorrow, and uncertainty."
    I hope today is a good one for both of you.