Andy is a diesel mechanic at Kennecott. I taught middle school science for ten years, and am now an evidence-based learning specialist for a school district.
Monday, November 26, 2012
Thursday, November 15, 2012
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A few weeks ago my sister-in-law called up and let me know that her daughter's boyfriend had asked for Miss Sara's hand in marriage. I was thrilled for her. Rachel let me know that she'd seen a Pin that Sara had posted on Pinterest informing folks that she'd like to have a photographer at the engagement to document the event, and asked if I'd snap some pics! Of course I said yes, and had the great opportunity of witnessing one of the happiest moments in a persons life.
It all was pretty funny. I had on a black hoodie sweatshirt and black pants with my camera and HUGE lens. Rachel walked me out to the spot where he would pop the question, and we looked around for a hiding spot so that she wouldn't notice me. I totally looked like a stalker! :)
Anyway, it was a beautiful setting, with 2 beautiful kids, on a beautiful day. I'm so happy for them. Here are some of the pics that I snapped for them.
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Thursday, November 1, 2012
We took a trip to Peterson farms, a local farm near our house to pick out our pumpkins for the year. They had a fun little petting zoo this year that the kids loved.
We also took the kiddos to Cornbelly's at Thanksgiving point. Ethan had a ball playing in the bouncy houses and all of the wooden play sets. He also had the opportunity to get his face painted, which was the highlight for him. :)
For Halloween night, miss Addy was snow white, Ethan was a Power Ranger, and so I decided to dress up as the evil queen. Andy stayed home and manned the house for the trick or treaters, and I took the kids out to see the Grandparents, and through the neighborhood. They got way too much candy, but had so much fun.
Grandma A gave the kids donuts while at her house, and Ethan had eaten half of it and left the other half on his car seat when we went into Grandma T's house. When Grandma T went to buckle him in his seat, she accidentally put her finger into his donut. She picked it up and handed it to him and he made a strange gesture and said "Grandma, I don't eat things that other peoples hands have touched." I don't know if he recently had a lesson on germs at pre-school or what, but it was too funny.
Andy and I also went to a FANTASTIC Couples Halloween party, but it was so much fun, it'll have to be a completely different post.
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