Saturday, July 5, 2008

A Perfect Moment

This was the last day of the reunion and Sandra brought up a few beads for the girls to make some patriotic bracelets and earrings. The rain was starting to come down, Jared was makin some chocolate chip cookies and we had some fun tunes playn in the background. It was a perfect afternoon. About 5 minutes later it started to hail so hard it looked like snow on the ground. ( i would have uploaded that video but it is long and would take forever) Anyway we had a blast and it was one of those perfect moments in life. Life is wonderful!

7 comments:

J. Seaman said...

Colton and I were looking at the pics and video of the trip to the cabin. I was a great time!

Mike & Jayne said...

wish we could have been there. Looks so fun

Dale and Shanell said...

That is a perfect day to me as well. Oh, I just was telling my mom and dad that we need a cabin AGAIN! I miss it! I {love} the internet and that you and I are in the circle again!

Alli Rae said...

Hi Eve, I found your blog off of Judy Stowers. I remember you from the singles ward!!! You look gorgeous. Hey, any word on Lori Chadwick? I cannot get ahold of that girl; didn't you all go to Africa together? Anyway, if you have her email address, mine is allisonrnelson@gmail.com. I also read the Historian this past summer and I read the Escape last Spring. Both were killer reads, for very different reasons. You have good taste in books, so I'll have to try your other selections. Take care! Allison (Reynolds) Nelson

Dave and Autumn said...

Eve! How the heck are ya?! Jayne found all of us girls from the old ward and it was so fun to catch up with her! Now I connections to the rest of you! Gosh i sure miss your family! You guys always have such a positive outlook on life and judging from your posts, nothings changed. What are up to? It looks like you are all over the world!
Autumn Prince(Peterson) (not that that is necessary, because really, how many Autumn's do you know?)

Jamie&Gina Adams Family said...

Looks like y'all had a great time. That is one of the challenging issues of being so far away from family, we miss out on those fun, "perfect" family moments.

Erin said...

Hey, I'm a better blogger than I am facebooker, hooker, so I'll just tell you that Judy Stowers and I worked together in Utah and had a lot of fun. She is an awesome girl.

I love the blog...time to update...I've been bad lately, but I'm trying to get some more posts up.

I can't wait to find out more about your trips. Amazing!

Okay, I have to run...my kids are killing each other. Blah!