Saturday, March 28, 2009

Wait a minute!!!

Okay, we left Victor last week thinking that when we got home from our spring break trip to Ohio all our snow would be gone, as it was nice and warm and melting when we left. Not so, there is snow galore here and more on the way, all next week snow is in the forecast so, so much for thinking that spring might be on its way. Boo!!!!

Monday, March 16, 2009

Happy St. Patty's Day to Ya!

Hey all you lads and lassies, may the luck of the Irish be with ya today! We had a really fun rook party with our rook buddies Saturday night and we all had these fabulous hats and such to wear. Russell and I did not have the luck of the Irish with us, as neither one of us won the game but at least we were not the losers either. We ate green jello, green salad, broccoli, green grapes, kiwi, granny smith apples, green koolaide ice cubes in Sprite, pistachio cake and yummy scalloped potatoes with ham, (that were not green). It was a fun night!

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Our March is coming in like a lion for sure, hope it goes out like a lamb!

I intended to change my blog when March got here, and it is already a week into the month, whoops! Since spring is suppose to arrive in March I am being optimistic and putting some little robin eggs on my blog. We still have quite a bit of snow so I really don't imagine we will have any such thing this month. When I looked at Royce and Aubree's blog with their cute little pictures of Grace there were flowers and oranges in the trees and they didn't even have on a jacket. I just hope it will be warm when we head to Ohio to visit Blake and Lindsey in a few weeks. Their weather is usually warming up by now so I hope it will be when we get there.

I had a great visit with my family last weekend when I drove over to the Boise area and attended the blessing of a new little niece, Sage Solosabal. It was fun to spend some time them and with Meredith, Augie, Saria and Easton. I think the best part happened right before I left to come home when my brothers gave my dad a blessing. He will be starting cancer radiation this week so it was nice the boys could give him a blessing before that all begins. As you are growing up you always think of your dad taking care of you but not your brothers, so thanks Mark and Darrin for helping dad now that he needs someone to help take care of him!