This was such a windy day. The kids had been swimming at Grandpa's and Grandma's house when my sister thought we should run and get some pictures taken. Brielle, thought it would be cute if they were all kissing Braxton. As you can see he wasn't thrilled with the idea. He then went and locked himself in the car so he would not have to be kissed. Problem was when he got out of the car he made sure the car was locked with the keys inside. Luckily, Lone Peak Police was nice enough to come and open my car for me. Haha
Call me David. . . but, I bought two new dogs to start a mini dog breeding business. This is the toy Australian Shepherd that I purchased. I also, bought an adult female mini Australian Shepherd. So far they are both a lot of work and I'm already wondering what I was thinking. Oh, I know. . . I was trying to find another way to make money other than taking pictures because I was going through one of my burn out stages. I'm all better now. . . but I have two dogs. What was I thinking?
My kids don't like to have their pictures taken but they sure like taking my pictures lately. Whew. . . I don't think I've ever had so many pictures taken lately. Of course Braxton wasn't holding the Nikon D700 in the above picture. . . . but he was when he took the picture of me below.
David's sister made this quilt for my girls bed. She picked out all the colors and everything. I can't even believe how much I love this quilt. It turned out awesome. It's pretty neat having such talented relatives.
Commune daily with your Heavenly Father who knows you best of all. He knows your talents, your strengths, and your weaknesses. You are here on the earth at this time to develop and refine these characteristics. I promise you He will help you. He is aware of your needs. He is aware of your unanswered prayers. ~Elder Marvin J. Ashton, May
Elder Jeffery R. Holland, 2008"I ask everyone within the sound of my voice to take heart, be filled with faith, and remember the Lord has said He “would fight [our] battles, [our] children’s battles, and [the battles of our] children’s children.” And what do we do to merit such a defense? We are to “search diligently, pray always, and be believing. Then all things shall work together for [our] good, if [we] walk uprightly and remember the covenant wherewith [we] have covenanted.” The latter days are not a time to fear and tremble. They are a time to be believing and remember our covenants."
Henry B. Eyring 2008
I testify that by the Spirit of Christ and by the Holy Ghost, you may walk confidently in whatever difficulties will come. Because you are so valuable, some of your trials may be severe. You need never be discouraged or afraid. The way through difficulties has always been prepared for you, and you will find it if you exercise faith.When you walk in the light, you will feel at that moment some of the warmth and the happiness that will finally be yours when you are welcomed home again with the hundreds and perhaps thousands of others whom you will bring with you, who have walked in the light because you did.