My little sister is the best! She is now the age I was when she was born. Crazy, right?! So I haven't lived at home during most of her growing up years. Still, I feel like we are close. I love talking to her and hearing all about the ups and downs of her teenage life.
After our family vacation in Mammoth, Sarah drove to Utah with me and spent a few days with family here. First, I took her to EFY (Especially For Youth) in Provo. It was fun to visit my old stomping grounds at BYU as I dropped her off at her dorm. She had an awesome time. Seriously, after that one week, she couldn't stop talking about her inspiring counselors, new friendships, and fun adventures she had had. Thanks, EFY :)
Jacob and Danika picked her up from EFY, and then we all met that night for a little family bonfire in the mountains. We cooked up sausages and hot dogs, and then finished it all up with good ol' smores. Jake set up his hammock and tried a little spontaneous fishing in a nearby creak. It was smiles and fun until...we had an insane torrential downpore and quickly packed up and scurried to our cars. Although it was a fast finish, we definitely enjoyed our time together.
Sarah was even willing (eager, even) to help me start decorating my classroom. After a LONG trial and error stapler practice, she was finally able to help me put some cute billboards on my wall. After all our hard, I think Sarah felt a new appreciation for teachers with cute, decorated classrooms. It takes a lot of time and planning, so I am very grateful for all her help. She really is a great sister and I'm glad we were able to spend a little extra time together this summer.
Andrew and Maichael
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