February 16, 2009

Not Alot to Write About

The last few weeks have been pretty uneventful. A few weeks ago sister Shauna and I hosted a baby shower for Sheila. I think it turned out pretty well but I couldn't have done it without Shauna so Shauna...thank you so much for all of your help! Only a few more weeks to go before little Brock makes his debut. Time goes by so unbelievably fast.

This is the Baby Cake I made for the Shower

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Sam helping to clean up after the shower

Valentine's Day was mellow. We Made homemade pizza together and watched a movie.

I can't wait for summer...It's all I think about these days. With next month comes Daylight Savings and the first Day of Spring. Note to Mother Earth...Can you please just make it be warm now?!

February 01, 2009

Congratulations

Congratulations to Ben and Sheila as they married on the 16th of January. We are so happy for the both of them and wish them a lifetime of happiness.

I love this picture because it shows the emotion after Ben surprised her with a beautiful ring.


Matt was in Arizona all of last week for work. I stayed pretty productive while he was gone and was able to get quite a bit done around the house as well as spending some quality time with family. Sister Shauna took me to Go Sushi for my birthday and then mom and sister Hayley came over for a pizza and movie night. When Matt arrived home on Friday, I surprised him with homemade pot pies (I even made his with chicken). He surprised me with a really cute zip up jacket as a souvenir.

This morning we took a drive to Heber for breakfast hoping for an escape from the inversion. We failed as somehow the inversion had found its way all the way up to Heber. For the most part the drive was beautiful and I do love our weekend drives.

We got to see some deer.

A view of the inversion coming into Heber.

Matt drooling over some snowmobiles at the gas station.


The pups finally got a new bed.

Gabe and Abbie sleeping while Matt and I watched a movie. I know...too cute.

Matt's little brother came over today and I taught him how to make a paper crane.