Tuesday, September 21, 2010
I found these pictures from this summer of "P" and the "B's". They were just too cute not to post. I was thinking about the fact that inspite of the fact that they live in separate states these girls know and love each other fiercely. Put them all in a room together and you have love and laugher spilling out all over the place...not a bad thing at all.
Here's my thought of the day; it's beautiful and can give each one of us hope.
"The will of God will never take you where the Grace Of God will not protect you."
Simple? Yes. True? Without a doubt.
As ups and downs come and go, this is one that's definitely worth remembering.
Saturday, September 4, 2010
I'm well aware that it's not even close to Christmas yet; however, I was looking for some pictures and happened across these "Santa" pictures and figured why not humiliate myself and best yet humiliate my sisters in the process. Yep, me and three of my little sisters all posing with the jolly old guy.
My mom tells a story about being in the store doing some shopping and not even realizing that three of us had disappeared - until the Santa picture arrived in the mail! (Notice how pretty we all looked? I'm thinking it was the end of the day and poor, rattled Mom thought she'd dash into the store for something quickly, not realizing that her three unkept rugrats would immortalize the experience with a picture! Sorry Mom.)
I have to admit...I'm already excited for Christmas!
Friday, September 3, 2010
Okay, so I have to write about the last leg of our vacation - a couple of days in Park City. I LOVE Park City; my parents bought a house there when I was a "tween" and we spent many happy weekends there. It's still one of my all-time favorite places to go - it's definitely one of my happy places.
I always love it when we luck out and get there for the yearly Art's Festival. The family house has such an ideal location that we can walk downtown easily and not have to hassle with a car. This year we were in luck and the festival was in full swing. We loved walking up and down Main Street looking at all the artist's contributions.
It just so happens that a few years ago, "S" went there with a few of his friends; that trip was the product of one of my favorite pictures (which I've included here).
Park City always seems to bring a smile to my face.....