Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Watch my nephew get his mission call!

See this family?
That's my sister Robin, her husband Dave 
and their 4 daughters and 1 son. 

Notice the 1 son. 

He got his mission call 2 days ago 
and we got to be there for it. 
And to make it even more special, 
he chose to open it up at 
Grandpa and Susan's apartment.

Take a look. 

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Beautiful, Jill! Thanks so much for sharing this! Such wonderful family support!
darlene

James and Kresta said...

I don't know why I am crying like a baby! Thanks for posting this. What a wonderful experience for your sweet nephew!

Grandma Honey said...

Thank you Kresta :)

grandmapeg said...

What a fun and exciting time for your nephew and the whole family and I love the appropriate music as he announced where he was going. Also, you haven't mentioned that Austin had his papers in. That's great. We'll look forward to that too.

Susan Rozier said...

Marvelous Jill!!! Thanks so much. Such a sweet memory. Still brings tears. Love, Dad and Susan

Mar~ said...

I am so excited for your nephew! He is going to the very BEST mission according to my son, Nathan. :)
He really loved it there.

I cried as he read his call out loud and I don't even know him (the crying totally took me by surprise). But isn't there something so special about a mission call?
Please tell him congrats from us!
And thanks for sharing this awesome news!

Karen Mortensen said...

Thanks so much for documenting this. It is something I will cherish for ever. I love this kid you know.

Jay said...

Perfect!

Robin said...

After watching this for my third time I now no longer cry. I'm trying to toughen up for the days ahead. You did a wonderful job capturing the essence of this day for us - faith and family. I love the added touch of the still shots at the end. Dave and I both thank you for this priceless time capsule.

Scrapally said...

Nicely done Grandma Honey! Very fun to watch and I got a little emotional too! thanks for sharing!

Richard said...

Really well done!

Tyler Heasley said...

This was so exciting to watch. It would have been great to be there, but thanks for capturing it all so fantastically.

Sue said...

A girl in our ward went on that mission. She had a wonderful experience. Congratulations to him!

=)