Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Pictures in a nutshell


Memorial day with Logan and Jennilee Caulkins...we have such great friends!!
The pier
Such a happy boy!!
Santa Monica pier was another stop on our weekly Saturday adventures. Sorry Pictures are coming in one big blog but we just got internet that was capable of operating :)
Our summer so far has really been great and I really look forward to spending every Saturday as a family. It is always a blast!
Fam photo at the pier
My boys

A family day at the beach after a long morning of hitting up the garage sales. The spoils were so good!!
OH, and Iva Lee's is where we ate for my birthday when Jack threw up...ha!

Del Mar Fair with the Aarons! Oh Oh how we love them!

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Sara Lately...

I certainly have my work cut out for me!

Today I gave the closing prayer...

On Fathers day Dave and I are speaking in church...

The following Sunday I teach Young Womens...

The following Tuesday I am conducting a girls camp meeting...
seeing as how I am the Ward Camp Director.

Lots and lots, right? I really am excited though, this summer will be awesome!

Sara Lately.2

Today Dave and I decided to see who Jack would crawl to if we put him on the opposite side of the room...I am thinking sure lets do it (I will obvisouly win, but I can humor you).
Jack goes to his corner and Dave and I to our separate corners and Ding hes off in a mad crawl to me :) Dave then says, REDO! Hahaa, and a redo it was. I win. Jack loves mom. Isnt being the mom the best?

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Summer photos.

For some reason I couldn't get blogger to post any of these photos so here is my facebook link for the album. Hope your summers are great. The church is true and I miss and love you.


More awesome photos still to come :)

A little laugh.

Do you know what happened 159 years ago this Winter... back in 1850s?

California became a state
The people had no electricity.
The state had no money.
Almost everyone spoke Spanish.
There were gunfights in the streets.

So basically nothing has changed except the women had real breasts and the men didn't hold hands.