Sunday, December 19, 2010

Tyler and Liz's wedding Reception

Mike and I spent the weekend in Star Valley and Idaho for our nephew's wedding.
The reception was beautiful - first time we'd seen a draped cultural hall.
We - Mom, Ann and myself, are taking it all in (below).

Food was beautifully presented and delicious.

The lucky bride and groom.

Headed home to Star Valley Sat night in snow and woke up to more this morning.

Along the South End

Elk south of Cokeville.
As I post this the snow has turned to rain. It will be bare and muddy tomorrow.

Ginger bread houses and train tracks with the grandkids

Things we're thankful for...

A beautiful new grand daughter, Leia, born to Blaine and Angie!

Thanksgiving with all the trimmings and lots of company. Thanks for the suggestion Collette. And thanks for sharing your home. These grandkids aren't usually so shy and quiet.
And we're thankful for safe traveling on winter roads. We all met at Collette and Brent's rather than have everyone brave "the Sisters" to get to our house.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Overnighter to Star Valley

Just past Cokeville - always love these trees.

On the South End

Mom and I dug into the photos and files all Saturday. So good to visit with her.

And a wonderful sunset to light our way home.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Thanks for the Party!

Andrea and Jerame and Stephanie threw a great Halloween party last weekend. The dinner was delicious, the entertainment was - entertaining - who knew a mummy could be wrapped in under 2 minutes... and the pumpkin carving was at the least creative. We had a wonderful time getting acquainted with Jerame's family and enjoying Devan's family. Thanks again!
Ashlee unwraps Grandpa after the voting.

The tissue wrapped mummy competition: Scott, Mike and Braden. (Braden's team won)

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Happy October Birthdays Reagan and Angie

Corbin eyes a scoop of frosting.

Siblings and cousins help unwrap presents for Reagan - she was surprisingly attentive to all her presents - including the clothes.

Sorry Angie, I must have misplaced my 8x10 glossy of you - next time. We wish you a very happy birthday with your cute family! We count ourselves lucky having you as our daughter in law.