I’ve wanted to write Thanksgiving letters to everyone in the family. My days have been so busy that I haven’t been able to get around to it until now. Being busy is a healthy problem, though!
We’ll I hope that you’re Thanksgiving went really well! What did you do? How’s your family doing? I know that Amy & Trevor came down for “pre-Thanksgiving” too, how was that? I wish I could have been there but Tucson, Arizona’s nice this time of year too : ) . The ward members are super nice & we got invited to more Thanksgiving dinners that I care to count. We ended up just going to two, but it was still fun.
This Thanksgiving, Mom I’m thankful for …..You! Mom, where do I even start? You’ve been there for me literally longer than I can remember. I’m so thankful for all that you’ve done since before I was born to help me along & provide the necessities of life. In addition to that, you’ve done so many things just to put a smile on my face, to go the extra mile. I remember you making cookies for us every Tuesday for “Child appreciation day.” You made me Halloween costumes & a “rocket cake” for my birthday when we lived in Georgetown. You’ve also been an outstanding example of Christ Like service & love to me & the rest of the family for as long as I can remember. You drove me up the hill to seminary, school, concerts, & other activities countless times. You helped teach me to be a safe driver, & you also taught me how to sincerely care for other people.
I could fill volumes with all of the wonderful things that you’ve profoundly impacted my life for good. This single page is hardly volumes, but I hope that the same message came across; I miss you & love you Mom! Happy Holidays : )
Love, Elder Logan Sweet