Women's Conference chewed me up and spit me out. I am exhausted. I have too much in my brain. There were 15,000 participants this year. That's huge. The entire General Relief Society Presidency spoke, as did Elder and Sister Oaks. There were a million classes to attend and a million service opportunities.
Have you ever been to Women's Conference? Mother and I had always wanted to go at least once, and we finally found the opportunity this year. We went with Judy, and we all had a great time. I have A LOT to say about Women's Conference, but I won't be starting on that discourse tonight.
Let's just hit the highlights, shall we?
It snowed. This is a major highlight, as I was basically sweating when I was packing and contemplated leaving a coat behind. I'm glad I did not do this. What's wrong with Utah? Snowing in late April?
However, one thing that Utah can do that I've never seen California do is produce absolutely fabulous tulips.
Naturally, in the evenings we went to hang out with Paul and Marissa, where we saw Paul's fancy new rebuilt green engine. We are so proud of him.
Also, as I am in fierce competition to be the Favorite Aunt, I did a little reading to Audrey.
Really, I did some reading to everyone, as it turns out this was a very fascinating book.