I confess openly, I am BYU Blue…through and through. I also cheer for the Utes and Aggies (when they aren’t playing BYU). I clearly remember being at the football game against Utah State in early October. While I congratulate the Aggies and their followers on a great win, I was particularly saddened by the injury and loss of Taysom Hill. We can hope he’ll return next year stronger than ever. The Sunday before the game, I happened to be at my daughter’s and son-in-law’s ward to participate in the blessing of our newest grandbaby, Adele. Taysom is in their ward. During the bearing of testimonies he stood and shared his. He said something along the lines of, “I am thankful for my testimony. No matter what happens in my life, I can be sure that my testimony of God, Christ, and the Holy Ghost are the foundation. Things may change in this world…but I know what I know.” He’s out for the season, his Heisman hype is over for now, and he will be watching the games this season on the side-lines. But he knows what he knows and everything will be ‘alright’. I too am grateful for my testimony of the same. Come what may, my testimony will see me through — everything will be ‘alright’.