Our "Preparation" day will be every Wednesday at least for the next six months or so. That means that if you come to town, we are available to share with you that day only. Any other time is hit or miss.
Starting next week, we will perform in Rendezvous on Monday and Thursday evening for the last week of April and the whole month of May.
In June we will be performing Rendezvous every Tuesday and Friday. We will be performing in Sunset on Wednesday and Saturday that month.
In July we perform in Rendezvous on Wednesday and Saturday while Sunset will be Monday and Thursday.
In August we perform in Rendezvous on Monday and Thursday with performances for Sunset on Tuesday and Friday.
Enough of the boring details, here are some pictures.
Gregg and Amy at the MTC in Provo, Utah.
Gregg's brother, Gar, and wife, Cindy, visited us in Provo.
Here are all the new senior missionaries going to Nauvoo. We are still in Provo.
Here is the same group of new senior couples only this time we are practicing for Rendezvous in Nauvoo.
We use this beautiful staircase to climb to our apartment each day.
Below is a picture of the old Carthage jail. The jail is on the right and the visitor's center is on the left.
This is the back side of the jail. Joseph Smith fell from the top window after being shot.
Here we are inside the visitor's center with Joseph and Hyrum.
My costumes all had to take on a new look. They were too bright so after talking to my mother about what colors to use to mute the brightness, I spent many hours adding color, taking it out, adding another color, and then taking some of it out. In the end, I saved all but one dress, but only one of the aprons. Fortunately, the sewing room had extra aprons that coordinated with my dresses so I didn't have to start sewing aprons again. Oh, to be perfect and goof it up.
We were in Salvation Army looking for a coffee table when we saw this oil painting for $3. I have many blank walls so I bought it. It is not on canvas and taped into the frame with blue masking tape, but if it weren't for that, one might think it is a "real" painting.
Here is a funny: Last night at Rendezvous, a child was heard asking their parents what kind of make-up was used to make the people look so old.