Monday, March 26, 2012

Bragging Rights

I have to brag about my wonderful son, Macc. Here he is in the P&G corporate jet, working on a 1.2 billion dollar deal. He is amazing and enjoying the ride.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

New Do

Rob shaved his head. Why you ask? 1. Head lice 2. Lost a bet 3. Solidarity for a sweet sister-in-law who has cancer?
The comments have been interesting. People do not recognize him. He says that he will not keep it shaved- he doesn't want to offend the hair he actually still has.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Donnie and Marie

I finally got to go see Donnie and Marie . My sweet husband drove us and our dear friends the Marlers to Las Vegas. We had tried twice to go. The last time the show cancelled the night before my flight to Vegas--with Rob already there on business.
Anyway, the show was great. We had good seats, but the show room was not huge.
Marie really has a wonderful, mature voice that is amazing. They put on a great show.
I now know more trivia than I need to know about Donnie and Marie, but it was really fun and well worth the trip.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


We just had a great trip to Brussels to visit Jacque. I won't bore you with all the trip details, but I had to post one picture. Jacque gave us the tour of Brussels which included a very nice park. Yesterday when I watched the amazing race, I was surprised to see that this very park in Brussels was the pit stop for the race.
Yes, I am obsessed with the show, but I thought it was kinda cool that we had just been there.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011


This is our new motto.

So in keeping with our motto, we purchased a fun new Ranger. Unfortunately, with the cold and snow of Idaho, we have only taken one ride so far. But we hope it's great fun.
(We heard that there are missions where the couples get to ride around in their Rangers. I think we may put- Have Ranger- on our mission papers)

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Screeching Eels

We just returned from a trip to Hawaii. We stayed in a wonderful place where we had our own lagoon with volcanically warmed water. There were lots of fish in the lagoon, including several very large Coi that we fed everyday.

After several leisurely swims in the lagoon, my friend Kathy decided to snorkel. She was on the far side of the lagoon looking at the rock wall formations when a very scary eel poked it's head out of a hole in the rock, mouth open and teeth glaring. After discovering the "screeching eel", dips in the lagoon were less frequent and limited to the other end. Do you think the eel left his rock cave? I don't even want to know.