Dylan went with a friend of Alyssa's, her name is Shanlyn. Dylan said she was very shy, so he didn't know if she was having fun; She told Alyssa that she thought D. is very funny, and wants to go out again. Isn't it hilarious getting the different perspectives? Here they are after the dance. I am just having so much fun with my teenagers. This is a really fun phase of life, and building a friendship with them is awesome. They teach me so much about myself, and awe me with their knowledge and testimonies of the Savior and their purpose here.
Josslin is doing great at school. She has really fun roommates this semester, and is loving her classes. She has been called into the Relief Society presidency as first counselor and is learning a lot about church government, inspiration, and reaching out to each person. Down there, they have 3 RS's in their ward; each apartment building floor is it's own RS. Interesting, no? Living 3/4 mile from campus is contributing to some increasing fitness, combining with her weight training class, and she said she needs some smaller clothes!! Oh darn, she has to go shopping!
Adam is hanging in there, very bored having me for his only companion now. Dylan is up and gone by about 6 am to work, followed by Paul a couple of hours later. We are trying to get some serious schoolwork done this spring and summer, and looking forward to the pond filling up.
The joys of country life manifested themselves last evening as we discovered that our drain field is on it's last legs, when we were rototilling to put our garden in. YIPPY SKIPPY!! I do love living out here though. This is one of the upsides of rural living. Aren't they adorable?
Now if I could just get someone to fix my pigpen's water, some baby pigs would be so fun to watch and laugh at. Having animals makes me really happy!! Oh, by the way, these chicks have a lot of room, they just feel the need to pile on top of each other....that's just for any anti farm peeps out there!