2. I tried to get some good pictures of my boys together when we were outside going on a walk a few weeks ago. (It was the same day that I took the picture above). I didn't get any very good ones, but this one makes me laugh. This is John and Sam in a nutshell! The teaser-bully and the victim.
And I like the picture below because of how their hands are placed, all on their own. I think it's very sweet. I'm so glad that they each have a brother and that John finally got a sibling! We're so thankful for them. If we were to not have any more children, it would be fine because we really do love our little family!
3. These are our dogs. They are brothers who we got from an animal shelter about a year-and-a-half ago after we moved here. They can't replace my beloved Christy, but they are good, fun dogs and I'm glad that we have them.
4. I disagree with this statement:
I can remember clearly some good nights where I got plenty of sleep. They stood out and they were wonderful! I love nights when I get plenty of sleep and I wish they happened a lot more! Nights of plenty of sleep can make all the difference! (A party-animal I am not--obviously!)
5. This fence makes me think of popsicle sticks for some reason. It was at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts, one of the places we went to last summer. I think it's cool-looking! I love it there.
6. Yesterday my beautiful niece Hayley turned 20 years old. I still remember very clearly the day she was born. We lived in Layton, Utah and I was in 6th grade and I was so excited to have a pretty baby girl to play with and to be an aunt. When she was born, I called all my friends to share the news and I ran through the neighborhood telling people. I had so much fun with Hayley when she was growing up! And I still do. She is awesome!
|Me, Hayley, and John in the stocks at Canobie Lake Park in New Hampshire last summer. Good times! |
I hope we go back again this summer.
Well, I guess that's enough randomness for today. See you next time!