Thursday, December 9, 2010

Wow that's fast

One of our primary kids advanced to young mens. Holly is sad because it is the boy she has a crush on and she won't see him as much. (I think the eight year difference would stand in their way anyways).

We were talking about this on the way to church. Josh asked if that meant he was a dad now. I certainly hope not!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Hey Lindsey did you notice that it snowed on Sunday? My friend and I were talking about snow 2 weeks ago and she said it never snows here before January. Well the weather decided to prove her wrong. We had flurries last Wednesday and heavier flurries on Sunday, they may stick to the ground. BRRRR, baby it's cold outside!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Been Busy

Well, I feel so far behind on my blog. I always have all the ideas going around in my head. I just got a new calling at church, we have holidays coming and we are trying to get our basement reno painted and flooring installed before December 22nd. So I think my post maybe few over this winter holiday. Just saying.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Testing it out

My mother in law knows how much I love emergency preparness stuff so she got me an emergancy toliet. Don is posing for us (he's gonna kill me for posting this)

Well if daddy does it the kids have to as well.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Pictures with Santa

This Santa was awesome. First of all since I bought a package they let me take my own pics. I took some with just Josh and just Holly, then the two together. Then Santa really listened to them, I mean really listened. He didn't hurry them off after they were done. He was just asking them questions and having a cute conversation with them. He was awesome!

A Trumble Thanksgiving

For Thanksgiving we went to Mississippi to visit Don's parents and his older brother Pat. We ate alot, here the kids were getting to sample the devil eggs right off the assembly line. (Holly shoved it in all at once).

The kids had lots of fun with Grandma and Grandpa. Grandma had some fun crafty projects that the kids loved. First there were the apple/gum drop turkeys.

Then there were the toliet paper pumpkins, which mom gets to keep the whole roll of toliet paper and fabric. Thanks Grandma!

I also got to learn how to make a knit hat on a circle loom, made homemade laundry soap, learned how to make sweet potato pie (yum), and got some spices for my food storage not to mention I got to go walking every morning for 45 minutes after I slept in and the kids were taken care of. AHHH.