Josh & Sage, the girls think their big brothers are the bomb!
A glimpse of Sophie in her lovely antique"ish" dress
favorite time of night (should never post a pic of me reading, oh well)
I have to squeeze in a post- work is so busy lately. I’m thankful for the success and blessings, although sometimes I need to put a hold on new appointments to make sure I’m a mom/wife first. I’ve done a few large Park City jobs lately, one day helping choose and bid 74 window treatments in one home, phew. Good thing I enjoy my job, and I’m thankful for everyone doing there part around home to help things run smoothly, can even justify a cleaning lady again, but I’m especially thankful I can work around my family's schedule, making most appointments while they’re at school. We’re thrilled to have Nick home for Thanksgiving, and meeting his cute friend Lindsay. I’ll have to snatch some pictures next time, it was nice connecting with her mom through our blogs.
It’s also a busy time of year with my church calling, helping get the Primary (the children) organized for a new year. I was over the “Priesthood Preview” tonight, it turned out well with a great spirit. I love the children in our community, I’m thankful for the wonderful ladies I serve with, the Priesthood leaders that care so much about the youth and children, and the great speakers tonight, Josh was one of them, Trevor was helpful too. I received many compliments on Josh’s talk, he’s really growing up and staying strong, a good leader. Below are the clever invitations, you unfold the shirt for the invite, thanks to Martha Stewart- directions here. The boys thought they were great.
“Happiness doesn't come as a result of getting something we don't have, but rather recognizing and appreciating what we do have.” ~Frederick Keonig
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