Thursday, May 13, 2010

Monday, March 01, 2010

Pictures From Dad's Big Events

It seems that updating this blog has become my responsibility.  Here are pictures from Dad at the UDA receiving the Distinguished Service Award and getting released from Stake Presidency.

Receiving the award, and making a fancy speech.

With twin brother and fellow dentist Brent.

 President Lundberg, with his counselors President Poole and President Willmore.

And here's the Stake Presidency with the Stake Executive Secretary, Gene Thompson, and the Stake Clerk, Spencer, who's last name I don't remember but he feeds us well at Stake Conference.

Oh, and just for good measure, here's a cute picture of a cute little girl.

Oh, what the heck, one more.

Thursday, December 03, 2009

This Blog Looks Lonely

So I just wanted to put something up here. So here's a picture of our world famous Christmas Village's new home.

Monday, July 27, 2009

The Finished Product...Finally!

Remember the quilt that I was making that I posted on here forever ago? is finally done and I LOVE it! I had a lady here hand quilt it for me and she did a beautiful job! I am really happy with how it turned out. It is uneven in places and not perfect, but was my first quilt and I am excited that I completed it. I have been using it as a centerpiece on my kitchen table and I think it looks great!

Sorry the pictures are a bit blurry. I am in need of a new camera. Any suggestions?

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Yard Update

Mom asked me to take some pictures of what's going on in the yard right now. Things are pretty much the same because it's been raining so much lately. However, it's finally gotten nice enough that they've been able to do some work. Right now, the only big new thing that's been done is the fence. It's entirely gone. Here's what our backyard looks like without a fence.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009


So, the crew just keeps on working. It's definitely a construction zone. Here is the dump truck that brought the pea gravel to lay the bed before they pour the concrete for the patio. Also the cement truck that delivered all the cement.

It was pretty much an all day job to pour the patio. I have to say that I enjoyed watching the cement guys perform their jobs. They sure do know how to work that concrete. This shows some of the work and a sneak peak of the patio.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Never assume life will get easier.......

So the day started out pretty good. The cement guys came and were busily working to get the patio started. Julie and I went out to lunch for my birthday. We went to the quilt shop. The day looked pretty good. UNTIL ....

Yes, it's all too true. This is what happens when too many guys are working and no one is listening to the warnings about the possiblity of water in the basement. However, the new patio looks great. So tune in tomorrow to the results of a hard day of cement work