Dear Elder Schenewark, and missionary friends,
This week a lot of letters, the ABCs, have been running through my mind. Breyer asks to work on her letters, knowing school is in her near future. If her letter passes inspection, I erase it. If she needs more work, it stays on the board. Usually K, G, Z are the most common culprits. Me? I'm working on the alphabet soup of work. There are the usual FBI, DEA. Now, NTATTF, PES, SID, CID, PIO, etc.
Miller and Sawyer spent the mornings this week at the high school basketball camp. The coaches there make the camp fun, so I was willing to pay And your brothers did well. The camp was divided into two groups. Miller's group was 2nd through 5th, and Sawyer's 6th through 9th grade. Out of the eight overall awards, four in each age group, your brothers came home with three.
Not much else was scheduled this week. Your father and brothers recovered from scout camp. Just putting away equipment can take a week! Cooper has one regular mow job. Porter hasn't been able to find a job.
Porter spoke last week for father's day. It was a surprise. And a great talk. The ward loved him. Dad felt loved. Best gift ever.
Your letters are getting shorter. But we can feel the love. I hope you feel my love today. Truly, we're so happy and proud of you and your choices. You've been such a great example to your siblings.