Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Three little updates...

The first update has to do with the surgery.  I'm very disappointed that the doctor will not be operating at all on October 8th.  I was all set for this date.  But, now I have to wait until the 15th.  Quite the cog in my tumor wheel.

The second update is about my activities starting tomorrow until Sunday.  Yes, it is General Conference.  But (dare I even say it?) this is even better.  First, I get to stay with my adorable four year old twin grandchildren.  See below but, beware of the cuteness factor.

I CANNOT wait to read a story to my munchkins Milo and Isabel.
Maybe they will even read to me.

I will be also be run/walking in the Susan G. Komen Race For the Cure in Denver.  I'll be hanging out with about 8 of my Weight Watcher online buddies.  I'm so excited.  Erin will be coming with me and I can't even tell you how thrilled I am.  (When did I get old enough to say "thrilled"?)

The third and final update:

Once again, my first graders crack me up and keep me grounded.  Yesterday, I told my class that I was going to Denver to see my grandkids.  Then I quickly added, "I'm actually not old enough to have grandkids."
Caleb let me know different.  He said "But you look like you're getting CLOSE to old!"
The darling boy himself.


Sharon said...

You're terrific, Tami, and your friends are thrilled to be with you, too.

Mel said...

ha ha! that makes me laugh every time!

Delaney's Mom said...

I thought this might be of interest to you...

Mormon temple slated for N.W.
Sean Myers, Calgary Herald
Published: Monday, October 06, 2008
The province's third Mormon temple could be ready to open in northwest Calgary in three years.

With more than 18,000 Mormons now living in the city, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced on the weekend that Calgary would get a temple. The news came during the church's semi-annual world conference in Salt Lake City.

"We were all very excited to hear it announced," said Richard Melchin, a Calgary-based LDS elder who supervises church activity in Alberta. "It was during the conference so we had to be quiet, otherwise we would've been jumping and shouting for joy.

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Melchin said the church bought land adjacent to its Royal Oak Chapel at 81 Royal Elm Dr. N.W. about four years ago in anticipation of being granted a temple

Best of luck with all the "stuff."

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