We have had about 3 days of rain and fog. Everyone tells us that this winter is unusual, but we have nothing to compare it with, so we are amazed at the moisture! We finished off the week by having our Ward Conference today. It was very good. It was all about the Spirit of Elijah in doing work for the living and the dead. We ended with dividing up into small groups of 5 and a stake representative helped us log on to "Family Search" and locate our ancestors. Then we had our Pot Luck meal and put together Missionary Preparedness kits. In a zip loc bag you have materials that will help you share the gospel. You keep it in your car so as to be always ready. Inside the bag--Book of Mormon, pass along cards, pamphlets, etc. It was a great push by the Ward Mission Council. After that we attended the baptism of Regina. Afterwards we were visiting with members of the Widener ward who had come to support her and met the bishop's wife. She is an Ovard from Bloomington! Her mom is Liz Ovard, a guidance counselor from Pine View. I think John and Jen will remember her. She lived just up the hill on the way to the church. It is truly a small world when we are connected by the gospel.