We are all enjoying our celebration of the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ and want to wish you all A Very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 2008! We have been having a great time going to the various parties and festivities that are so abundant this time of year. Some highlights have been Gardner Village (Elf Hunt), The Gateway (Santa vs The Snowman @ Clark Planetarium), Temple Square (Lights, Singing, Dinner at the Pantry, I am a Child of God exhibit), playing with the cousins and eating fabulous food! So glad that you stopped by and would love for you to leave us a comment.
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Monday, October 1, 2007
Well we have been celebrating Jonah's birthday over the past two weeks. He official birthday was on the 19th. We were up at Snowbird Ski Resort over his birthday which was so beautiful and relaxing, we had a small family party with the cousins while we were up there and then we had his friend party on Friday as there was no school. He had a wonderful time and recieved some fun gifts. His favorites being the Game Cube and Bionicles.
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Well I did it. I had a yard sale with my neighbor Teri. Shawn told he would pay me what ever I thought I would make on it not to have it. And I told him that it was not the money, but rather the motivation to clear stuff out and get rid of it. I made $40, but I got rid of a lot of stuff that I would have donated and made some people happy. Shawn has since asked that I don't do anymore. I enjoy yard sales when they are over and I feel 20 pounds lighter. I am now inspired to continue clearing out stuff and we will see what happens when I get down to his things. WATCH OUT!!!
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
This is the first entry in our new family blog. Welcome! The kids and I spent the Labor Day weekend in Vernal with my sister Valerie and her family. We had a great time and enjoyed the fantastic weather and their wonderful hospitality. We went to the Dinosaur National Monument where the kids were able to become Junior Rangers and learn all about the outdoors and how to be a good steward of nature. We also hiked up to the Quarry that was closed about a year ago. It was nearly a 1/2 mile up a very steep hill. We definitely got our exercise that day. We also went to the Natural History Field House and had a fantastic time "digging" for bones and learning about how to find dinosaurs and fossils. Griffin has become our resident paleontologist and cannot get enough of the "Roars" and "T-Rex". We will look forward to chatting with you again soon so be sure to come back often.