One of the sweetest ladies I have ever met is Colleen. We have become really good friends in a short amount of time. We have talked at church and said hello here and there but never have done much together since we have been here. A couple months ago she was standing outside the Relief Society Room and invited Maxine and me over to see her new craft room. She didn't have to ask me twice, you know. We went over and spent a wonderful afternoon learning to make lei's and of course talked story. We had a delicious lunch and had the best time. While we were there we felt a real connection and both of us asked, "why has it taken us so long to find this out?" Anyway, long story short, we have had some wonderful work sessions at her house and at Relief Society work meeting on Friday mornings. Our Friday work meetings are on the 2nd and 4th Fridays. The second week we always do personal projects and on the forth week we do service projects. Here Colleen is showing a bag we will be making to send to children at the Shriner's Hospital. Colleen has so many talents and creative ideas it blows my mind. She has taught me a few good tricks and I will share them in later posts. Love you Colleen! Think what we could have done if only we had the chance to really know each other longer.