Monday, December 25, 2006
Here are some groovy pictures of the Farrars back in the day. Sweet. It is Christmas day, we are waiting for Jacob and Lisa to come to Mom and Dad's so we can start the fun. We are kind of changing of things this year, breaking from tradition a bit. It will be wonderful. Merry Christmas everyone!
Saturday, December 23, 2006
My darling little house is all ready for Christmas. The decorations help to make it cute, I will be sad when everything has to go away in a week or so (I will leave out snowman stuff through winter though). I spent yesterday and today finishing gift buying and wrapping presents. The girls and I made treats last night at Mom and Dad's. I am now going to work on my Christmas lesson for the Laurels tomorrow and hopefully tonight I'll watch White Christmas. I am really loving these last few days before Christmas.
Thursday, December 21, 2006
Saturday, December 16, 2006
I loved my life in Provo. I loved my boys especially and I miss them terribly. It has been hard/weird living without them. However, I got some new ones...they are a little younger but just as handsome and wonderful. These young boys are the sons of the party (feel free to read past blogs to find out about the party). They are darling and I am so happy to be surrounded by boys again.
Monday, November 27, 2006
Don't even worry, it is snowing in Seattle. Yesterday (Sunday) I took Andrew and Lindsay to the airport, said goodbye then drove up to my parents house to celebrate Monica's 22nd Birthday. Lynnwood was a winter wonderland! I don't even remember the last time I saw snow in Seattle. I was excited to not be in Utah for snow this year, so not very excited about this little white surprise. I like to look at snow, but hate to drive in it. Crossing my fingers I don't fall in any ditches or slide down any hills.
P.S. Happy Birthday Monicorn (one day late)
The women washing dishes at our service project
Friday, November 24, 2006
Sunday, November 12, 2006
Grandma Jackie with all of her grandchildren and most their spouses and children. Missing are Jake, Sam and Lizzy Briscoe (Amy's family) and little Ezra wasn't at the funeral, but there will be a lot more pictures of him on the blog.
Papa's funeral was of course very sad for all of us. We love him dearly. But we had a great reunion and I think we even grew tighter as a family. I am so grateful that families can be forever.
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
Monday, October 23, 2006
This was the first time in 5 years that I was home in Washington for my birthday. We celebrated by going to one of my favorite places "The Farm". The party also joined us and we got pumpkins, rode a hay ride, and took lots of pictures. It was a wonderful birthday. My family surprised me that night with one of the best presents ever, but I'll wait to tell that story....