Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Bridger's Dog Collection

My youngest son, (Bridger) has taken after me in a small way, he loves dog's.
Not just real, living dog's but also dog figurines.
He has been collecting them and wanted me to put them on here for you all to see.
So the other day, after we had taken them down from his shelf to wash them we took a few pictures to show you.
This first picture is a close up of his antique dog's.

This is another picture of Bridger's old dog's.
Some of these his Grandmother gave him from her collection from years ago.
Some he bought from antique sales, andyard sales.

This is Bridger's collection.
Some are old, some are new.
He loves them and isn't that what we should collect,...the things we love?
I'm sure one day Bridger will decide the time has come to box them up and store them in the basement next to Dustin's horse collection,and Branson's horse collection, (wich just went to the basement for storage this sad) Chase's GI Joe and army fgurine collection and Garrett's baseball card collection.
But for now, I am very happy to enjoy Bridger's dog collection!
I hope we get to for a long, long time!
I had to put a picture of my daisy on here for you to see.
It is so pretty but I know it wont last long.

My Favorite Place

This is my favorite place to be!
My sweety...he really hates his picture taken, (hehehe) He is a good sport!
The flowers are Fabulous!
Why don't my flower's look this beautiful?!?
I love this picture with the mountain behind the Temple!

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Princess Academy

I was invited to help prepare and serve food for an event that happened some time ago. It was a Princess Academy hosted by our very own Miss Payson, Chelsie Cooper.
This was a fun day for girls of all ages to be princesses. There were many activities. I wanted to show a little of the Princess Academy to you. Chelsie Cooper, (our wonderful Queen, Miss Payson,) crowned every girl a princess. Chelsie is in the beautiful pink dress.
The girl in the black was the photographer/and also Chelsie's sister.
This is a picture of the petite princess food that we served to the girls.
My favorite part was when our queen, Miss Payson sang a beautiful song written by Liz Laney entitled; Every Girl A Princess.
Fairy Godmother was there granting every girls wish.
Every princess was able to have her picture taken with the Queen.
Every princess was treated to a carriage ride.
What a Fabulous day it was for these girls.
I'm sure they all went home knowing that they are all pricesses.

Since this event, Chelsie Cooper has gone on to win, Miss Congeniality at the Miss Utah Pagent.
Congratulation's Chelsie!

(Remember, you can click on any picture to enlarge!)

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy 4th of July!

This morning we attended a 7:oo a.m. flag raising ceremony at Steve and Liz Laneys home.

The program, the singing, the scout's raising the flag, it all set a perfect tone for the day and helped to remind us of what a great country we live in.
It was an awesome program and after we were served a wonderful continental breakfast.
Then the children were treated to a canoe ride in the Laney's pond.
A great way to start this
4th of July holiday!
Thank's Brother and Sister Laney!