Tuesday, February 3, 2015

January 2015 according to my iphone

 Elder Argyle is currently teaching 7 people in the field.  He loves his new companion, Elder Smith.
 I snapped a quick pick of these three brace wearing. long haired brunettes one day while they were out and about together.  I wish I was that cute when I was 13.
 Enjoyed a little In-N-Out Burger one day during the winter break.

 Brutus is a great companion when you have the flu and you are home sick.
 Urban air with buddies is a great way to spend MLK day.


New Year's Eve Dance.  What a cute group of girls.



 Dinner before the dance
 Brady went 4 wheeling with the Petersons one saturday.  He had a blast.
Crazy Kiki showing off her "corbridge coin" after a trip to the orthodontist.



Had dinner with my Aunt and Uncle.  I love these two people.  Some day I will tell you about my Aunt and what a wonderful mother-like figure she has been in my life.  She has been such a gift to me over the last decade.

 We kicked off a new project at the middle school.  We had a sweet teacher at our school lose her husband to Colon Cancer.  He was young and they have young children.  We have been hard at work getting everything in place for this, hoping to raise money for teachers in need who go through catastrophic things.


 Putting together a care package for Tanner, his best frined wrote him this cute valentine.  Kade leaves for the MTC this week and then to Bangkok.
 A friend posted this on facebook and I loved it so much that I stole it.  She called it "throwback Thursday- missionary edition".  Every single one of these boys will be serving a 2 year mission as of next week.  And all of them have done so well.  It has been such a blessing for us to raise our children in an area where they are surrounded by so many other wonderful families and so much strength.
 Brady and Brent ended the month by attending Marvel Live at the AAC.  Brady absolutely loved it!
 Finished this project with all our most recent family photos.  Makes me miss my missionary so much!

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