2. Saturday was great as previously blogged about, but Sunday was even better as I was able to listen to more fantastic talks from General Conference. During the first session on Sunday I compiled a new favorite Easter Song Playlist. I always love a new playlist and sharing those playlists with friends and family. These songs remind me of the love Jesus Christ has for me. Between conference sessions I went to Aunt Leslie's where I picked a grapefruit from the tree. I miss being able to do this every day. There is an abundance of sweet grapefruit this year. I still have at least 1 grapefruit daily and will miss when grapefruit season is over! I'm pretty sure grapefruit season must be the longest fruit season of any, which I'm happy about. We watched the last session of conference and then everyone came for dinner including my cousin's Janna, Deborah, Laura and Lisa who was visiting from Utah. Dinner was delicious as usual! It's always more delicious with family.
The photobomber are aweseome!
Bridget concentrates with her tongue out like her dad and grandpa.
4. My favorite part of the day was visiting Temple Square. Because I absolutely love tulips, I was in Tulip Heaven. You really do miss the seasons when you live in Phoenix. Nothing is more beautiful than Spring on Temple Square and the peace we felt there was almost touchable. Aidree and Bridet say the cutest things. I told Aidree that she needed to stop growing up and she said, "I need to hurry and grow up so I can be a mom." Bridget got caught in the back seat smearing chapstick on her lips. When I took it away from her she told me that she was getting ready for her wedding to her prince tomorrow. How cute is that?
This is the house mom grew up in.
8. Of course the time was short and I had to catch a flight from Idaho Falls back to Mesa (so that I can pull a 12 hour shift tomorrow), but not before venturing into our favorite Candy Store in Rexburg to capture the deliciousness of Princess Michelle's. These candies have a soft cream cheese center and toasted coconut on the outside and literally melt in your mouth. We've got to find a recipe and make them ourselves someday.