The Energizer Cowboys who kept things humming at the reunion

The Energizer Cowboys who kept things humming at the reunion
These kids know how to have fun!

Monday, August 27, 2012

Nashville Tribute to the Missionaries

Jason Deere challenged the youth to commit to a date to turn in
their mission papers.  Anthony just happened to be a part
of this young man's photo commitment which he had posted
on Facebook!
We gathered up as many as the adult members of the family who could come and we all went to a red-neck missionary concert with the Nashville Tribute Band Aug. 25. 

Sandy's outdoor amphitheater was a great location.  Though a wind came up for a few minutes, it calmed down and we even had fireworks in the background. We met first at the Black Bear to eat at Nathan's suggestion.   It was quite good with lots of choices. 

Those coming were Tammy and Nathan, Chris and Pam, Ashley and Anthony, Andrew and Amy, and Heston and his wife.  It was very enjoyable and a testimony builder.  I think everyone enjoyed it, though Steve wasn't over excited -- despite the fact it was his birthday present.  The long drive may have had something to do with that. 

We stayed that night with Autumn and went to church with them.  So we were able to visit with all five families up north.  Headed back home on Monday, Yeehaw!  When I got home I downloaded two of Katherine Nelson's songs to use on the Ward Reunion show: Born Brave and Home Sweet Home. She was the opening act and performed for about 30 min.  I love both of those songs.

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