Easter Shenanigans

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Easter came and went in the blink of an eye!

Randy and I got to spend the holiday with our families which was really fun.

Saturday I headed off to a bridal shower, and Randy got to spend time with his family. The evening held dinner with my mom and sisters and then the General Women's session, then visiting with family, and coloring Easter eggs! (and the Richards signature Egg Technicolor Show)

Easter Morning was Easter baskets, egg hunts, and some time learning about the Atonement.

In church my family sang/played with the choir which was fun to see! We then had a fantastic Easter feast with the fam.

Getting pictures is sometimes a struggle. So enjoy these ones!

Then it was off to the Lows for another amazing Easter dinner, some games and lots of laughs.

I can't express enough how much the Atonement means to me. It's the reason I can wake up in the morning. It's the reason I can live and love and have any hope for tomorrow.

He is my best friend. He is my Savior. He is my older brother. He is the reason. And He is risen.

In other huge news, Randy and I are adding to our family! We welcomed a brand new baby car into our hearts this week, and have lovingly named him Friar Tuck (if you didn't know, the Richards have a tradition of naming cars, computers, phones, etc. after Disney characters. Our other car is Edna Mode, my phone is Sven, we've had The Beast, Jasmine, all the 7 dwarfs, and the list goes on)

I've been a little MIA this week as some really hard things have happened to a very close friend of ours. Though it's been very scary and hard, it has 100% strengthened my testimony of the Atonement. God is real. And there is NOTHING that we have gone through or will go through that Jesus Christ doesn't perfectly understand, or that he didn't atone for. We are covered. We can be whole, through him

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