Thursday, February 12, 2009

DRAPER TEMPLE OPEN HOUSE


I have been anxious to get to see the new Draper Temple so I was excited when I found out my parents were coming down to go. It was fun to be able to join them. They even took me out to a yummy birthday dinner afterward.

The temple was neat to see. It was a silent tour, which was different than at the Rexburg Temple, due to the number of people coming through I'm sure..... so it made it nice at the end they had us all sit in one of the large sealing rooms and an older couple explained the sealing ordinance and expressed their gratitude for their temple marriage. It ended it with a great spirit there.

4 comments:

Travis said...

That's funny it looks like we were both they on the same day. It was a great experience. Check out my pics here.

Jen and Chad said...

I love your shirt! How fun to go with Mom and Dad!! I love your bowling pictures, too. I'm glad you had a fun birthday. Wish I could have been there to celebrate with you!

Shelley said...

Brenda... I just hope that "older couple" wasn't my parents. That has been one of their jobs helping out with the open house, and I'm sorry, but they are NOT "older."

~smiles~

Sarah said...

I love how creative you are with your photos, and I LOVE getting to see your sweet family, I have so many good memories of times with them. I am so glad you shared this experience.

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