We took Tyler's family up to Comb Ridge where there are a ton of Anasazi ruins. It was a fun hike, but a little too much for the little girls. We were hiking up and down steep cliffs with no trails...when will we ever learn?
These are some dinasour tracks, it's a little hard to see in the picture, but there are two tracks one right in fron of the other. Starting at the bottom left and the second at the upper center. There are three toes. Cool stuff.
Monday, April 12, 2010
We had a great Easter. That tricky bunny hid the baskets in the chandelier this year. We went on a family picnic on Saturday and Grandpa Jack helped Bria find the eggs. I loved having Conference intertwined with the Holiday. What great messages! I'm listening to them again. You can download them from LDS.org onto your MP3 player right now. Such a great system. Happy self-improvement:)
I sure love these girls. Cloe is showing her personality more and more every day. She loves to be loved:). Allie and Bria have been on this "make-over" kick, (Thanks to my neice; Gabby, for introducing that to them) Allie got some play make-up and she loves to "get ready for the day". I know it's only the beginning of what's to come...*sigh*
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
I know I'm a bit on the extreme side....but seriously, I think books need ratings. I love to read. I love going to the library, picking up a book, and after carefully reading the back; taking it home to enjoy a little down time. The thing is, I have become super-cautious about the whole process- because you really don't know what you are getting until you start reading. The whole "don't judge a book by it's cover" is for real. I feel like I have to limit myself to books that have been read by someone I trust, or sticking to christian authors. I just wish there was a better system to provide us a little more insight as to what we are getting, just like movies. Anyways, those are just some thoughts, anybody agree with me and my super "molly" ways:)?