Not too much to report this week. It mainly comes down to three big events.
Tuesday our car got backed into and the back passenger’s door barely made it out alive. Thankfully no one was hurt so it’s mostly an insurance game at this point but we spent way too many hours filling out paper work and dealing with the body shop. Always fun.
Then Saturday we were coming back from Wenatchee with some members (you'll see why in the next paragraph) and long story short we found ourselves in the Fred Myer's parking lot at 10:00 PM changing a headlight and a taillight. Things I've learned from this experience: In order to reach the tail light on a minivan, you basically have to disassemble the entire trunk and that when you go to bed at 10:30 PM for 9 months and then all of a sudden find yourself getting home at midnight, midnight is pretty dang late.
So this weekend we had the opportunity of having Elder Aidukaitis of the First Quorum of the Seventy attend our stake conference. The Saturday night session was only in Wenatchee so that’s why we had to drive down but Sunday they telecasted it to our building up in Chelan. But it was a great experience either way. He had a lot of wise words of wisdom for us and we learned a lot. I wish we had it recorded.
So for the quote this week, the only background information needed is that someone asked someone else what type a dog was. This was the reply:
"Well, I think it’s a mix between the neighbor’s dog... and its mother."
Stay classy America. Until next week.