Ted and I arrived yesterday late in the afternoon. Saw the BYU ballroom dancers perform on the outdoor stage. Don't ever pass up an opportunity to see them. Better than any "Dancing with the Stars." Ted took a few photos which we will post later. Today we went to the Temple. Twenty five years ago we visited the same spot and saw only grass and buried stones marking the cornerstones of the long gone edifice. What a treat it was to see it standing so majestically on the same plot of grass overlooking the Mississippi River. The inside was different than any other temple I've been in. I felt as if I had stepped into a time warp. EVERYTHING in the temple was gorgeous... from the graceful spiral staircase to the sun cornices to the beautiful carpets. Most of the building was true to the original temple that was destroyed in 1848. We also did some sealings and were reminded by the sealer that the most sacred room in the temple is the sealing room. There are 60 full time older missionaries serving in the Nauvoo Temple. That was inspiring to me!!