Thursday, December 17, 2009

Grandpa is my homeboy

This summer for MacLennan 3 days Joel submitted this idea for the Family t-shirt, we didn't have time to do it, Since then I have always wanted to take the time and make a few shirts with this image, Hopefully now that I made the image I will take the time to make a shirt or two.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Ashley Meadows Ceramics

You may be wondering why I am blogging about this site, but my sister Kristy's Friend has a BFA in Ceramics and makes really cool stuff, So i thought I would share her cute ceramics with you, you can buy them on etsy (click below).

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Morgans going to be a soccer star

So I may have forgotten to tell everyone that Morgan has been walking for a while she started trying (taking a few steps) at 9.5 months, now she has the hang of it. She loves balls, and we have started to have her kick the ball.

Monday, December 7, 2009

BYU vs. Utah

We had a blast going to the BYU vs Utah game, it was really the only fun game of the season. Morgan was a great fan, but left the game early to spend time with Danny's Mom (thanks for babysitting). Danny and I rushed the field after we won in over time.

My child is crazy

Some people have children that sit around, watch t.v., or mine does this... while I am folding the laundry

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Somewhere Inbetween

At the end of the summer, Brynn wrote "Dreadful Day or Day of Rejoicing" on December 1 on each calendar in our home. December 1 is the first day that any dental school in the country can accept anyone to their program. I had interviewed at three schools (University of Louisville, Creighton University, and UNLV) so hopes were high for this morning. The day, however, wasn't quite dreadful, yet there wasn't a whole lot of rejoicing. I was put on a waiting list for all three schools, which means that I will eventually get in somewhere. The hard thing is that the wait has now been extended indefinitely. December 1 was such a nice solid day, but now it basically happens when it happens. Two admissions people from Louisville were kind enough to email later today, though, and let me know that I am at the very top of their waiting list and that I can expect to get an acceptance here pretty soon. So, we will just keep on keepin on, and we will keep you posted. Thank you so much for all of your thoughts and prayers. They are and have been greatly appreciated.