When we were in Utah last Justin Hackworth took a few pictures of us at his studio. I really admire Justin's work. I love his style and I think he's such a talented artist. You can see more of his work at www.justinhackworth.com. You can click on any image to make it bigger.

The mornings have been cold. For the past few days when I've turned on the car to heat it up, I've been in awe at the ice on the car window and leaves.

This weekend we went to Boulder to the funeral of Gordon Lewis. He was my sister-in-law's father, a friend, and also our bishop when Willie started law school. His funeral was inspiring. He had so much character and loved his family. Willie and I both left wanting to be better people.

Today I kept thinking that I have no idea when my life will be over. I want to be thankful for every day and focus on what matters. I was impressed by the love and closeness of the Lewis family and their faith in life after death.

Because life is fragile and death inevitable, we must make the most of each day.
--Thomas S. Monson

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