Monday, December 1, 2008
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Sunday: My cousin Joseph came home from a mission. It was the first time in a while I got to sit by my dad in Sacrament. It was nice.
Monday: School was boring, as usual, and after that we went to Vicki's (a family friend) house for thanksgiving dinner. Her husband is a pilot and so they always have thanksgiving the Monday before. It was awesome.
Tuesday: School again. It was still boring. After school I had an eye appointment. Luckily I do not need glasses. They dilated my eyes, so my pupils were so big. I was going to put a picture, but it is kind of scary. The light really hurt, and I couldn't read. I had dance right after, and It was really blurry and I got dizzy easily. When I got home I went with Travis, Quinn, Derek, and Quinn's friend Devin to see The Dark Night. I was asleep for most of it. haha
Wednesday: I honestly don't remember what I did that morning. Probably played Nintendo. But that afternoon Kendall took me shopping to the mall. I have always been looking for babysitting jobs, so I saved up my money to buy this winter coat. It is so cute. I never really have had winter coats. Just jackets, so this has been fun. Except it is too warm for one right now.
Wednesday night I went babysitting for 2 hours for some people in my ward, and I was really happy they called, because I had no money after buying the jacket. After that I went to tithing settlement with my family. When we got home we watched the movie The Ultimate Gift. One of the best movies ever. I cried so much. It was so cute. If you haven't seen it, you should, because it is awesome!
I love chocolates, and it is really fun making them.
This week was busy, but really fun. I love hanging out with my family, and can't wait until seeing them again at Christmas.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Sunday, November 2, 2008
One thing that I love about each grandma.
1. Grandma Spackman is so strong, and positive. Even with my grandpa dieing, she found the good instead of the bad. I know she misses him, and so do I, but I love that she can still be so positive.
2. Grandma Ashcroft is so nice. She is always willing to help me, and is always at every concert, every recital, every baptism, everything. I remember her flying out to Chicago, and sitting outside with my and read to me while I waited for the bus.
3. Grandma Florence is so funny. I love hearing stories from her. We read her history sometimes, or watch the movie on her, and it is so interesting. Grandma also loves chocolate. She will buy some, just so when we come over, we can have some. She never runs out, so we can have as much as we want.
All my grandma's always look nice too. They always have cute clothes on, that match, and they always complement me. I love all of you!
I went through like, 10 different costume Ideas. I ended up being a cowgirl, and got plenty of complements. It was fun.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Monday, October 27, 2008
I got this necklace, shirt, and jeans...
This is my patient face. I did white makeup everyday with red lipstick, but only the second two nights I did blood. It was a good experience.
Friday, October 17, 2008
This is derek in one of those face things, like they have at lagoon.
Here is Me, Mindee, Quinn, and Derek in a bobslead.
Here is Amanda and Kyle in a bobslead.
Here are some of the olimpic metals.
This is us all on a long ski lift.
(left to right): Amanda, Kyle, Quinn, Mindee, Me, Derek, Dad.
Sunday, October 12, 2008
It was also way pretty! I was so excited to tell everyone it snowed...
Untill I came home and there was almost as much here as there was in park city!
We went shopping, walked up and down main street, WENT SWIMMING OUTSIDE! (in 40 degree weather), went to sounds of the sabbath, and just hung out. It was so fun, and I can't wait untill next weekend we are going up again, and my sister gets to come this time! I am so excited!
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Saturday, October 4, 2008
A little girl was born with horrible hearing. Growing older, it got better, but still not perfect. She would have trouble remembering she didn't need to talk so loud to other people. One time at the grocery store she saw a little boy in a wheel chair. She noticed he had no legs. In her loud voice she asked her mom why he had to legs. Her mom told her god made everyone different, but special. The little girl went up to the boy, and said "its okay you have no legs. I was born and I couldn't hear at all. When god comes, you will have legs, and I will be able to hear. That is one way we are special."
I just thought that was so cute. We are all special no matter what!
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Us kids have cooked...
Set and cleared the table...
Washed the dishes...
Cleaned (very nice too I must add)...
And did our own laundry.
It has been difficult, but I guess it will probably be worse than this in the future when I have kids of my own. Thanks for teaching us these life skills that will stick with me for the rest of my life!