Here is the real deal this week.
Today I am building two websites that I committed to. JOY! One is a family history website for LDS public affairs and another is for the Trinity High School football team.
I didn’t really sign up for the football one, my husband voluteered me and I could kill him. But they don’t have a portal for information nor the skills to get it going and so I decided I would do the background and others would assist in loading the information.
Sure, I like to do a little web work, but I don’t do it often enough to every remember what I am doing. Building a couple of websites a year doesn’t make you a pro.
I had to laugh because the other day, someone called me to design their website who had heard from a Trinity parent that I was doing that website, (and for a moment I thought this would be a fun job)… But then remembered that I easily get side tracked with all of my skillsets. I gently guided them to a professional and gave a couple of tips.
Our family history site is a much needed site for an upcoming conference in something I really believe in, but again I am wondering why I do this to myself. This is why I am 30 pounds overweight.
2. Next, Brian has been on the whirlwind tour lately bouncing between PA, UT, MD, & VA. I can’t wait for spring break when we are going to get to see him for a minute or two.
Yesterday, He was driving through DC and sent me this note with a bundle of photos- ” Don’t look at the below pictures unless you want to cry!” Meaning you missed the cherry blossoms once again. Reminding me how we went to DC last week and there were none in bloom. He added “Next year”!
3. I loved every ounce of General Conference this past weekend.
I am re-reading all of the talks now but here are a couple of quotes from some favorite talks that I liked.
I will do a whole entire blog post on that this week.
4. Chase had the chance to go to Utah this weekend and there is a dedicated post coming up on that as well.
5. Finally, I put together a trip to Nicaragua for August for a group of 25. It is selling like hot-cakes and I love that people want to volunteer with us down there. This has taken up most of my time and I am thrilled that people would want to take a week out of their lives to help.