Here is Ty with a fun present, a paper with the letter G....hmmmm. He just won a free trip to Green Bay during the summer with grandpa and Logan. They will go to a Packer kids camp and play football with the real Packers! Now that's a fun gift!
Having dinner with the Family on the Sunday after his birthday.
Waiting to blow out 13 candles, 2 actually, but whose counting! Ty wanted to know why the one was pink and they both were sparkly. Mom must have liked the combination??
Cousins hanging out by the food!
The rest of the gang gathered around the food!
13! A close up the pink and sparkly candles. Ha ha!
The day before was Ty's last B-Ball game. They won, yet again. Now they are in the championships because they only lost one game this season. Good luck, Ty and team!
Good game, lots of action!
The audience enjoys it and also the Funyuns to eat!
Ty making a basket!
So Grayson comes over a lot now and here he is eating apples. Do you like his apple-eating style?
And for me, I actually took a walk on Sunday Morning before church. Weather has been nice and in the 60's/
See the hot air balloon? An unusual sight for middle February.
Bikers riding to church meetings. And look at that blue sky...
I did find some unmelted snow. But that was all I could find!
Today is my dad's 84th birthday and I want to wish him a very, very happy 84! And many more. Because of schedules and such we had a little get together last night at my mom and dad's house. A little soup, pizza and cake. It was a small group, this time as Jamie, Jake and their 3 boys were not able to be there. Brecklyn was here and we had a fun time.
Here is his cake. It tasted nummy.
Look, my dad is smiling in a picture! Amazing!
Here he is blowing out the candles. Yeah, he did it!
I love to watch Tyson play basketball, as long as he has no injuries! That happens too, unfortunately...but for the most part I enjoy a good b-ball game. There's always lots of action and Tyson has definitely become a really good player and he is on a very good team. They have lost only one game, and that team had some "mean" moves, tripping, pushing, etc. So with that said, I will post a few pictures of today's game.
The first picture is Ty getting ready to play. The couch is sitting next to him. Ty's uniform says number 5 on the back. The final score of the game was 71-17. And yes, they won!
I am posting this picture so I won't forget what my car looks like! So here is a silly story!
Saturday we went to Tyson's basketball game. Afterwards as we were walking through the Lone Peak HS parking lot, Spencer says to me. Oh, there's a mini-van that looks just like Jamie's. I said, Yes, it does! But Jamie is headed to that one over there. We get to our car and Jamie is frustrated because her door won't unlock, and that's when we realized that the mini-van we passed was Jamie's. So we all had a good laugh.
Jamie gets in her vehicle and Spencer is suddenly very unhappy and asks where this huge scratch on our 1 week old car came from. Of course, I didn't know and then he says, and now the doors won't unlock! I walk around to his side and as I do, I notice that this car has license plates. Ours didn't because they had not arrived at the dealership yet. Then we realize, we also went to the wrong but similar looking vehicle! Ours was safely sitting, without a scratch on the next row! Jamie passed by and we told her our story and we all had a good laugh. Guess we are all getting older, or everyone likes the same types of cars.
Well, it is a few days after Christmas and the grandkids are away and I have been working hard to get ready to set up the new computer which I will be getting within the next days. The decorations, tree and presents are all put away and gifts gone to other homes and things look pretty normal. I am glad to have had some time off work. Had lots to do and keep me very busy in the last days. So here are some Christmas photos to share. The first ones are of our church Christmas party. The last few years, they have been doing a Christmas breakfast. It was very tasty.
The Primary kids put on a little program.
Christmas Eve was at my house, which is what we usually do. The menu was Rouladen, of course. And although the meat had been cut a little on the thin side, it was extremely tender and Spence said it was the best I had ever made. And that's always good to know!
After dinner, Brecklyn was in charge of the program this year. She likes to do this and then she sings her song. In the past I had always accompanied her, but we thought it would be nice to have her mom do it this time.
Waiting to perform.
Check out Logan's expression!
Ready to pop...
Logan decided that cpr was needed. Seriously, he did the whole routine...
Little guy, Grayson, got a new car for Christmas
Christmas Day at Omi's. Dinner was nummy Sauerbraten. It was wonderful.