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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Rainy Sunday...

We got some rain today, it has been cloudy since yesterday but it didn't rain until this morning when I woke up. Our whole family went to church this morning, I'm glad that hubby was able to make it to church with us even if he had to work today. My parents-in-law were there with us since it was hubby's eldest son's homecoming after serving 2 years as an LDS Missionary. He had to give a talk during our sacrament meeting and so most of the family were there. After the meeting we headed to "Canyon View" a community park where we had a get together lunch. It was great to visit with family members. Hubby and I had to go back home before everyone else because he needed to go back to work. It was still raining when we got home but right now the rain had stopped and Mr. Sun is trying to show himself from the cloudy sky.

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