Wednesday, November 5, 2008

24th of July in Richfield Utah

So, i know July was a long time ago, but Shelby just helped me get the slide on!1 Thanks Shelby
So we have started a tradition to go to my parents for the 24th of July. But this year we had many activities to do over the holiday. First of all we went to Monore Utah for the big parade then burgers at a place called Bullies. Then we were having the Robert's family reuinon. It was great seeing family that i had not seen in a very long time. My family was in charge of the food for the lunch, so my mother and i prepared the food and it went well. Then that night we had a big barn dance and dinner in my dad's barn. It was lots of fun!! I took along Crystal to help with the kids while i helped my family. We feel like she is just part of the family so it was like having one more kid along. But oh so much help to me!!! Then my brother and his family arrived on Sunday. It ws great to see them all. Then on Monday my dad got the opportunity to baptized his Grandson Tobie. It was so great, to see the smile on both my dad's face and Tobies. Then on Tuesday we went up to Maple Grove and had a picnic it was so beautiful and the kids had a blast, playing in the water and catching fish and eating lots of food. It was such a great time spending time with family. We were able to spend some time with my Aunt and her children. It was fun to ride 4-wheelers play in the water and just sit on the porch and talk. Some fun memories were made thanks Mom and Dad for the fun time.


marianne said...

Better late than never! Your parents are so cool. You always seem to have a great time whenyou go visit. Great memories and traditions. :)

Ingersoll Family said...

I am so happy to see you have updated...even though it was from this summer. J/K Love ya and lets hang.

Mandee Gillen said...

Hey, better late than never with the info and these pics, hu shim? Ha ha I can tease you and you know it is all in good fun! Love and miss ya,

Kaylene said...

Hey Kath, it's Kaylene. I need your address so I can send you a Christmas Card. I know, can you believe it? It's a first!