After my siblings and I were done, we went outside to wait for my parents who were going to participate in a sealing. We entertained ourselves by making up life stories for the people we observed outside the temple. We saw at least 5 couples getting married! I loved watching them with their families and loved ones. Everyone was so joyful and beautiful.
13. I am grateful that families can be together forever. Because of temples and the sealing power, we can live with our families for eternity as long as we are righteous. This knowledge brings me so much peace and happiness.
After picking Thomas up and eating at Culver's, we continued on to Snowflake. This is my Grandma K's house. We love her and Grandpa Gordon so much.
Tommy was not happy when we had to say goodbye.
It was wonderful to visit Grandma K and our relatives in Snowflake. We got to see Grandpa Dany, Uncle Troy and Aunt Jennifer, and our cousins and second cousins. The beautiful baby in the photo is Elyse Marie, one of my second cousins. She's such a sweet little girl and I think her name is just beautiful. I didn't get any other pictures, but we also got to see Dallas, Kellen, Brayden, and Adalyn. Fun kids, all of them! Tommy had a blast playing with them.
Grandma K stood outside and blew kisses to us until we were out of sight.
Funny story: Grandma K told Tommy that when she asked him, "What time is it?," the proper response was, "Cuddle time!!" instead of the actual time of day. Well, Tommy came up with his own thing and Grandma liked it just as much. When she would ask, "Tommy, what time is it?," he would enthusiastically respond, "Huggle time!!" and go give her a bear hug. I guess "huggle" is a combination of the words "hug" and "cuddle" and "huddle." Who knows. Point is, kids are adorable.