Karianne & Greg: OooooOoo! Look our baby is the size of a lemon now . . . such a cute little lemon . . .
Norm . . . . (holding up a Droid) what is this? What do you do with it? Can you talk on the telephone with it?
Kelsie: This will be soooo perfect for Africa. Wait, I can't take luggage THIS nice to AFRICA! ??
Cory - I LOVE my new job and I soooooo MISS going to school everyday! NOT!!
and Sara: 4.0 . . . 4.0 . . . 4.0 yay!!
(and by telephone - Dustin & Cami) we have the sister missionaries coming for lunch today! Our kitties love their zhu zhu pets :)
We're ever so grateful that this year we may yet bring Norm into the 21st century with a phone you can do something besides just talk on . . .
so grateful that Kelsie is home currently after completing her associates degree at BYUI and preparing for a humanitarian service trip to Tanzania in February, so grateful that Cory just finished his bachelors degree in December in Computer Engineering AND has a wonderful new job with complete benefits for he and Sara, so grateful that Sara is a wonderful student and such a darling addition to our family this year, so grateful that Dustin and Cami are safe and sound and happy though far away in Raleigh NC, with jobs they enjoy and many opportunities to love and serve in the gospel in Raleigh, with MUCH warmer temperatures than what were experiencing here in Utah.
And sooooo grateful that this year we are expecting our first Grandbaby. Greg is convinced it's a boy, the rest of us are thinking pink.
And me, JUST mE tHe Mom, so grateful that I survived my first year as the Relief Society President, that (knock knock knock on wood!!) currently all is well . . . I'm surrounded by wonderful family and friends that love, encourage and inspire me. I just may make it through this next year also :)
and . . . looking back at some of my favorite photos of the year
Keep in mind, not my best photos of the year necessarily
. . . but my favorite photos . . .
Just so stinkin' cute
That's my guy
You'd almost think we
This little critter just hangs around outside
my window . . .
begging for more birdseed . . .
And that's my FAVORITES of the year
from behind the camera lens.