That’s how she described her passion for family history: “like a fly to cowpie”. She had been raised on a dairy farm – it was a natural analogy – though I could think of better ones: “a duck to water” “a monkey on a cupcake” or Roland’s favorite: “like Godzilla on Tokyo”
I don’t even have a passion for genealogy or family research (from an earlierpost) but wouldn’t have compared it to manure. Family History is a good thing and works for a lot of people. And there are many aspects of family history that I do enjoy – but research is a far cry from being one of them.
It’s not just family history that gets her fired up. I believe that it is everything that comes her way. She greets it with her heart which shines in her smile. I think she may have an even bigger love for life than my sister-in-law, Sunny, whom I truly admire.
Sunny teaches pre-school. Parents put their children on waiting lists and feel very honored when they get in. Sunny is awesome at introducing children to their first steps to life. May her students always remember her enthusiasm. I wish I had even just one ounce of that passion.
In addition to the family history class, Hannah also has a calling as the enrichment leader. She is so prepared and so excited and gets to know the sisters and invites them in and makes them feel welcome. I think there have been some major awesome turn outs since she’s been put in.
Hannah and Sunny. Share the joy. You can’t help but smile along with them.