Tonight was the fall carnival at the elementary school (we missed you so much this year aunt kelly!) The boys wanted to wear their costumes, but since I am attempting to make them this year they won't be done until the 31st..My friend Christin Saling has been teaching a Halloween face painting class this month so I enlisted her help. We got so many compliments! And the best part is I didn't have to do anything but sit there and watch : }
Ok, this show is "great tv". It is uplifting and for the whole family. This man finds birthparents and children that have been adopted and all different senarios. I seriously cry at the end of every show. It is funny but I was watching it the other day and telling Eric that this is the only "show" I have ever watched that is truely uplifting and it reminds me of D&C 98:16 (Therefore, renounce war and proclaim peace, and seek diligently to turn the hearts of the children to their fathers, and the hearts of the fathers to the children.) It is litteraley knitting families together. You should check it out!
This picture was taken at around midnight after a VERY long day.
I just have to share how much I love my sisters...They are truly my best friends and the women I look up to most. Kim is always ready for whatever mommy questions I throw at her and always good for a laugh at the funny way she seems to hurt herself..falling into a crawlspace opening..sewing through her finger and having to pull the needle out of the back of her finger..you get the point. Angie is a strong, smart, amazing women. Everyone loves to be around her because she is the life of the party. I can't tell you how wonderful it is to have these great women as my sisters. They have both seen good times and terrible times and continue come out on top. They are such a support during my low times and especially with everything that goes along with having a mom with Alzheimer's Disease. I love them too much for words!