It’s been a while since I’ve posted any movie reviews. These are the most recent ones we have seen as a family. I can recommend them all. Shortly after it came to theaters, we saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. I can think of all sorts of words to describe this movie: magical, thrilling,… Continue reading 4 Movie Reviews
We spent this past weekend in Rexburg with Marissa, celebrating her birthday with her. On our way home we stopped by Idaho Falls to see its frozen state. There was only a peek of flowing water. How is your January going so far? I worked out five mornings last week and it felt so good. I… Continue reading Idaho Falls in Winter
Just kidding. For some reason I have the song line, “We’re having a heat wave, a tropical heat wave, the temperature’s rising, it isn’t surprising, she certainly can can-can!” stuck in my head. Actually, we are in the middle of a winter storm warning and freezing rain. My oldest son and I have been braving… Continue reading We’re Having a Heat Wave!
I love the youth organizations in my church. Boys ages 12-18 participate in Young Men’s (or Aaronic Priesthood) as Deacons (ages 12&13), Teachers (14&15) and Priests (16&17). Girls ages 12-18 participate in Young Women’s as Beehives (12&13), Mia Maids (14&15) and Laurels (16&17). Every year, the youth of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints… Continue reading 2017 Youth Theme & My First Story
I was a very good girl last year and kept a detailed journal from February through December. In the past, my journaling has been rather inconsistent, but I’m confident my sporadic efforts will add up nicely to give a sweet picture of my life for my future great-great grandchildren, especially if I keep the habit up and… Continue reading Keeping a Journal and 52 Stories
Welcome 2017! Our white Christmas was the beginning of a winter wonderland here in northern Utah. I think the snow is gorgeous! Yesterday my husband drove me around our neighborhood so I could take these snowy pictures. They make me think of postcards. I love the little lanes some of our neighbors have. I had to… Continue reading New Year’s Snow
This was an interesting year for me and my family. We started the year in Arizona and ended it in Utah and spent a lot of time going back and forth. In January we discovered chalk pastel art in our homeschool. We like to use the free tutorials on Hodgepodge. In February we discovered a fun… Continue reading 2016 Reflections