How To Have a Great Sabbath

Take one grandson who is leaving to serve an LDS mission:

Add several family members from the Fisher family and Hackworth family: (wish the rest could have shared this day with us! There were lots more people than just shown here.)

Stir in heaps and heaps of food:

Sprinkle with a generous amount of warmth and fellowship that always exist at the Fisher home in Hurricane.

And you have yourself a mighty fine Sabbath.

Here's a further breakdown of the ingredients...

Inspiring talk by Sean on selfless service - filled with gentle humor, smiles, scriptures, examples, and testimony.

Musical number with Sean @ piano, Janessa and her friend, Celeste on violins playing, "Be Still My Soul."

Allen standing in the 100-plus heat cooking burgers for lots of people

And, of course, lots of picture taking, laughter, food, advice to the missionary, and fond farewells all around.

Thanks, Sean, for living such a great life and setting a marvelous example to all of us! See you in two years....

We'll be praying for you!


Mrs. Olsen said...

How fun. Be still my soul is one of my favorite hymns of all time. Where is Sean serving again?

jen said...

It was a great day. Thanks for all your help mom and dad.