Here in Utah it is a holiday weekend…it is Pioneer Days, our state holiday! Celebrating when the pioneers first arrived in the Salt Lake Valley. We had our Pioneer Days Celebration by spending a couple of days at our cabin and then up at our hunting property! We have added a pavilion on the property with a fire pit, so of course we had to roast hot dogs and make smores! Continue reading
My husband and I had two of our grandsons staying with us for a few days while their parents were away on a business trip. They were so much fun and they were soooo good! I kept commenting how well they got along…unlike my two oldest boys, when they were that age…that could not be in the same room for 15 minutes without a problem! :)Aren’t they a couple of heart-breaker boys!
Oh, what do you do in the summertime, when all the world is green?
Do you fish in a stream, or lazily dream on the banks as the clouds go by?
Is that what you do? So do I!
Children’s Songbook of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 245
Last week my husband told my oldest grandson and his brother that he would pay them $5 each to be fishing guides for a couple of the other grandkids. They gladly accepted and so we were able to have a great fishing adventure and I did not even have to touch a worm or a fish! :)
I am having a hard time getting back into a routine. After our trip to Arizona and a long weekend at the cabin I just want to play all day! Who wants to clean house and work when you have had so much fun?
This last week was spring break here, so we decided to go to the cabin for 4 days and we had two of our families come up. It was non-stop commotion, but it was fun commotion! Not too long after we arrived the first day, my son-in-law texted me asking me to send him a picture of his two kids with the reservoir in the background. This is what I sent him…