Went to Sister Clegg's, one of our sister training leaders' non-homecoming sacrament and heard her speak. She gave a wonderful talk on "grace" and the things she's learned on her mission. She was an outstanding missionary, very compassionate and kind, incredible leader. It was so good to see her and meet the rest of her family and also met up with some long-time friends afterwards at her house. It made us miss our missionaries and our mission terribly.
Then we drove Bryan to the Avenues to pick up his bow and straight to the airport for his flight back to Indianna. It was a quick trip for him and our time spent together was just too short; but school (2nd year of Grad school in viola performance) starts tomorrow morning. He's such a good son, mature beyond his years, well-respected by his colleagues of all ages. He's a great artist/musician with incredible humility and charity. I hope he finds a girl who sees all these qualities in him.
Anyhow, I'm just doing lotsa reflecting. It was so GREAT to be with all but one of my children the last few days. They have all grown up to be kind, caring, hardworking, faithful, good good human beings. Four of our six children are now married, all in the temple. I feel so very lucky and blessed beyond measure!