Lots of great helpers showed up early to set up...
...while my daughter and son-in-law were at Costco picking up all the pizzas!
This RM's mom sent several trays of baklava to Taiwan while he was serving as assistant to the president. He generously shared an entire pan with me, and it was the best baklava I'd EVER tasted!
Knowing that he would be attending our reunion, she SO thoughtfully baked a fresh batch the evening before, and sent three trays from northern California up to Utah for us to enjoy!
How amazing is that?!
Dinner time...zone conference style!
So great to have so many come that had served most their mission with President Bishop.We inherited some great elders and sisters!
He'll soon be wearing a name tag again...oh those glorious days!
It really is a privilege to bear the Savior's name on your chest!
More waiting anxiously to tie the knot!
She's serving in the Taiwan Taibei Mission! So proud of her!
Then there were those that wanted pics with us:
We were thrilled to have lunch with President and Sister Bishop. And another beloved missionary who wasn't able make it to the reunion was able to join us!
Have to show off our granddaughters!
Also so happy to meet this RM the night before the reunion, who was literally on his way out to Nashville to pursue a career in music.
He and his companion "trained" us as our first APs...we'll miss him!