We had a quiet morning, mostly. We chatted, read, etc. I got everything ready for dinner that could be done ahead. Everyone except me had stayed up until 2:30 watching the BYU-Utah game, so no one was moving too quick this morning!
Church meetings were good as always. The high council speaker was good, as well as the others. During Sunday School, we spent the whole time talking to Bridget Lohnes. She grew up in Plymouth, England, and Richard had served in Plymouth when he was on his first mission. They had fun trying to remember all the people who were there at that time and what had become of them. Then we went to RS and enjoyed a really good lesson about being on the Lord's side of the line.
When we got home, Lisa and kids were already here. Brooks didn't sleep long - we were probably too noisy and woke him! We finished getting dinner on and then enjoyed plank grilled salmon, grilled veggie kabobs, sweet potatoes, fried green tomatoes, watermelon, and fresh rolls. It was all very good! David was in Louisiana on hurricane relief, so Richard had to do the grilling and did a wonderful job!
We spent the rest of the time talking and watching the grandchildren, as we usually do. After Lisa left, we still found things to sit around and talk about. Needless to say, everyone was tired, so we didn't stay up quite so late!