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Lindsey is away at EFY this week

Lindsey is in San Antonio this week at Trinity University for a BYU sponsored week of EFY (Especially for Youth) and is rooming with her best friend from Colorado, Mindi. The two of them have been so excited about spending the week together and the time is finally here. We grabbed a quick lunch at Whataburger before I took the girls to check in at the dorms. Check out the cricket crawling around on the floor under Lindsey's bench. It adds a certain je ne sais quoi to the meal. (I'm sure my French is misspelled here....)
Staying in a college dorm for these two fifteen-year olds is so liberating! They were so happy to be there. I hope they're having a fun week. We'll pick them up on Saturday morning.
This was the name tags on their door of their dorm. Christopher thought it looked like a lot of fun and already has picked out who he wants to room with in five years when he's old enough to go to EFY.


Heidi said…
I went to EFY three times and loved it every time! I hope she has fun!
Family Life said…
EFY....good times for sure! I hope she enjoys every minute, not only having fun, but having her testimony grow as well. :)
Lonna said…
Ahh the dorms did seem so appealing to those that don't actually have to LIVE there. I think that I was so excited to stay in them too. What a fun and great experience for her.
Summer Adams said…
How fun! I looooved EFY. It was such an impressionable time for me and I'm so glad I was blessed to go.
Chris and Mandi said…
What fun for Lindsey. I am sure she will have a blast. I miss her and teaching her, they were a very fun group of girls!
I'm so glad she got to go. EFY is such an uplifting and inspired program. I bet she loved it and will never forget it!

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