Thursday, December 31, 2009

Looking back in 2009...

Well it's almost 2010 and for fun I decided to post some of the pictures from this last year.

Starting with Supercross from last January.
Not going this next year for the first time but that's okay. We will be seeing a different race in June.
This picture is from around February when my mom was babysitting Donovan and Cozette.
Sam and Donovan; Sam was about 8 months old here.
Cozette's Baptism!
In June for Sam's 1st birthday!

4th of July fun.
Thanksgiving up in Pinetop.

It has been an awesome year with changing jobs, spending as much time as I can with family, and David and I growing closer and just loving our life together! My New Year Resolutions for next year are:

1. Stay in touch with family
2. Take more pictures
3. Keep being strong in the church
4. Try to be better at saving money
5. Continue to love David


Sunday, December 27, 2009

Christmas 2009

This year for Christmas was GREAT! There was a lot of eating delicious holiday cookies, special k treats, and fudge. Watching fun movies like The Muppets Christmas Carol and The Santa Clause. We went to the temple to see the lights, got together to exchange gifts, and did plenty of shopping. Laughter and crying happily were involved. So nice to be all together celebrating this time of year... too bad I forgot my camera.

Monday, December 14, 2009

10 Inches

My husband, David, read an article in a dirt bike magazine about some of his favorite riders growing out their hair for Locks of Love. Locks of Love is where you donate your hair for wigs to give to children with cancer. It has to be at least ten inches long before you can donate it. After talking with our Bishop to get his input David has decided to grow out his hair. For those who know him, he has really wavy and puffy hair. Tonight I used my hair straightener to see how long his hair really was. Enjoy!



Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

Due to the blizzard warnings in Flagstaff there was a lot of snow falling up in Show Low and the Pinetop-Lakeside area. With all the snow they closed the schools for the day. Since I work in Show Low this means SNOW DAY! for me. However, this is all the snow we got in Snowflake. Nice but not enough for the schools to be closed.