Do you think it's big enough? The "diamond" is about the size of my thumbnail. Before I shopped for a nice (read: gawdy) ring, I checked my ring size. My real wedding ring is a size 8 - big, I know, but I have big hands - and today? I measured at 6 1/2. I guess I've lost 11 pounds and 1 1/2 ring sizes...who can say that, huh?
I took Maggie to the vet to have her sutures removed. Poor thing - she completely remembed that doctor's office and was trying to get out every chance she had. :o( I took Anna out of school early for an eye exam on-base. 2 hours later (I wish I was joking...) we learned that she has one slightly lazy eye - but that she's able to use it, which is good. Also - her eyesight is better than most kids her age. Bizarre. I was expecting to hear that she was needing glasses (with Tyler & I both needing them - I've just prepared myself for its eventual occurrence) so when he said her eyes were fine, no - above average, it was a surprise. Not that I'm complaining - I hope she never needs glasses! :o)
We had an exceptional FHE tonight on testimonies. (We've been slacking on our FHE's - mainly because Tyler has been at school for the past 1 1/2 years on monday nights...it's no excuse - I should have been doing them on my own...) We talked about five basic parts of a testimony: faith in God, Jesus Christ is our Savior, the scriptures are the word of God, Joseph Smith restored Christ's church on the earth, and President Thomas S. Monson is the prophet upon the earth today. Tyler went over these one-by-one with Anna and then we each took turns bearing our testimonies. Anna's testimony was beautiful - she remembered every single thing we talked about during our lesson and bore testimony of it. I am amazed at her ability to soak up what we teach her. I am blessed to be her Mama.