Well friends, what a week we’ve had right?!
Once again Friday is staring us right in the face reminding us the time is fleeting.
If we were having coffee today….
I would tell you that last weekend we got to attend a great event at the Krochet Kids to celebrate the launch of their new kids line. It was such a great opportunity to give our kids hands on experience with loving others and making an impact in the world. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Krochet Kids, please do! They are doing some really incredible things.
I would tell you that I’m off and jet setting again this week. I really love having the opportunity to travel to conferences + meet amazing people who have all come together because of the internet. Y’all how amazing is social media?! When I Facetime’d with Kyle and the kids tonight I told him that after coming to UT four times in the last year, it might just be one of my favorite places to come. This time I’ve made sure to eat at some yummy local spots + I’ll be sharing them with you soon in case you’re ever visiting Salt Lake.
I would tell you that I speak on Saturday around 10am and today I’m a little less, oh my gosh I’m going to throw up, nervous than I was yesterday and that I have 6 more pages done in my presentation than I did yesterday as well. I mean let’s face it I had a big fat zero pages done yesterday so 6 is a vast improvement. I’m also feeling pretty confident that I know how I’m going to open my talk, which can sometimes be the hardest hurdle when speaking to a group. Of course, talk to me at 9:45 on Saturday and you might be chatting with me from the neighboring bathroom stall.
I would tell you that I’ve had the chance to connect with some amazing friends I’ve made and I’ve only been in town 24 hours. Hoping to squeeze in a few more coffee dates or dinners before I leave. Isn’t it great how coffee brings people together? It’s like the international language for friendship.
I would also ask you to pray for our family. Kyle’s Nana had a massive heart attack early Tuesday morning and for the first 24 hours it wasn’t looking good. Each hour that passes we see more and more improvement and the doctors are calling her their miracle patient, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Please keep Kyle’s mom and her 4 brothers in your prayers as they love on Nana in the hospital.
Once again I’m reminded how short life is and how truly precious each moment is and we need to take full advantage of each surprise and adventure that comes our way. I love you sweet friends!
If we were having coffee, what would you tell me?
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