1. On Saturday, I introduced a good friend to the joy of hooping. I've mentioned how much I love hula hooping these days, right? I've made about 5 or 6 hula hoops this month, for myself and friends, and it is my newest favorite way to exercise. Anyway, since Sarah is a regular work out buddy, I needed her to get on board with hooping! So she came over Saturday to get her hoop on (yeah, I just said that).
I warned her that the hoop will leave a mark on one or both hip bones at first but that the body will toughen up over time. She sent me a text later in the day with this picture:
2. I saw my friend Liz graduate with her master's degree! I tried to zoom in on her from my nosebleed seats and it was a complete bomb, so here is a close up too. Congratulations, Liz!
|She's the one in the graduation cap and blue gown.|
3. I got to see my friend Kara, who was in town for her graduation as well! She graduated from the University of Michigan with a PhD in chemistry. (Why are so many of my friends way smarter than me?) It was so great to see her and catch up. Sadly, I forgot to take a picture of Kara when we hung out, but she looks something like this:
4. I spoke at church on Sunday. This went fine, but I forgot to throw in that quote from Ace Ventura that I mentioned in a recent post: "Pride is an abomination. One must forego the self to obtain total spiritual creaminess, and avoid the chewy chunks of degradation." My talk was based on the Conference talk "The Laborers in the Vineyard," by Jeffrey R. Holland. It's an amazing talk (his, not mine), so if you haven't read it, I'd recommend it!
Besides these bigger events, I had smaller events that made me happy too. I went out to dinner with one of my sisters (and then to Dairy Queen, which I pretty much love lately), I caught up with a bunch of friends, and I slept to my heart's content (try not to be too jealous, parents of young children).
How was your weekend?