Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Starting 6th Grade

My little guy started 6th grade today. I can't believe he is that old already. I can't believe I'M that old already!! It was just yesterday that I brought him home from the hospital. I remember my first day of 6th grade. I was scared to death. Landon was a little nervous, but excited as well. I hope he has a wonderful experience at middle school (junior high). He is growing into a fine young man.

Poor Schottzi

"I got holes in my ears!"

Mireya decided she finally wanted to get holes in her Saturday was the big day. She was sooo brave..just a few tears fell, but as soon as she saw them in the mirror, and sucked on the lollipop, she was a happy camper. She asked if she could pick out a pair of earrings, and she wanted 3 inch HOT PINK feather ones. WooHoo!! My 80's gal!! I got her talked down to small hoops, so she is eagerly awaiting Halloween so that she can put them in!!

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Released from Young Women's

So last Sunday I had to work. As I was sitting there with one of our patients (nearing the end of his life), my work cell rings. It is Dave and I figured it must be URGENT or else he would have left me a message on my personal cell. He hands the phone to the 2nd Counselor, wherein I was released and called into the Primary... How hilarious is that?!?!? Must say it was the most intriguing way I have been asked!! So, now I am the 2nd counselor in the Primary Presidency. I am very sad to leave the young women that I worked with, but am excited for this new adventure. I now will get to see Mireya in action every Sunday!!

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Topsail Beach, North Carolina

After a few days in Charleston, we met up with Merrill and Cami and some of their friends at a beach house. What beautiful weather we had. This is the view from our 4th floor room and the last beauty is Missy most cutest niece. Don't ya just wanna eat her cheeks. Oh, she is CUTE!!

Navy Memorial in Charleston

You should see all the pictures I took of those beautiful flags...I just love the American Flag...(it's all over my house). Thankfully, I only posted one for you. :)

Navy Memorial in Charleston

Dave was a Submariner for 10 years...some of the best in his life. He was GREAT at what he did. Dave left this Port when it was closed down. They are in the process of building a beautiful memorial. I was really glad we made it down there to see it..
For those of you who know me, know I have a special place in my heart for the good 'ol USA. I love our country. I am forever thankful to those men and women who made our freedom possible. Thank you to past, present, and future military men and women. The Statues are named "The Homecoming" and "The Lone Sailor"...