I haven’t posted the last couple days because by the time I got in to my office to do it, it was too late and I just wanted to go to bed.
But, Sunday, Sept 21, there was the re-dedication of the Ogden Temple after being closed for about 4 years so they could practically re-build the whole thing. There were services in our chapel of the ceremony, but we didn’t go. Neither of us were feeling too good and it was a good excuse to stay home.
Monday, I spent the day working on my Halloween site. I don’t really like the way it looking, so might just forget about it. We’re getting too close to Halloween for it to really matter, anyway. I should get it ready for next year and spend my time working on the Christmas site.
Today (Tuesday, Sept 23), I went to the Family History Class again. That’s the class that got me started writing in this blog again. Ann Lewis talked about chronology which is putting the events of our lives in order. I have homework that I will work on over the next week. Later in the afternoon, I went back to Dennis Hepler’s house and got his book re-submitted for review. He had made a lot of changes to it and Createspace has to review it again. Hopefully, this is the last time.
That’s all for tonight.