Saturday, January 31, 2009

Only at the div. school...



(In case it's not clear it says" John Calvin 500 and fabulous" we celebrate such things around here).

Friday, January 30, 2009

The Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor


These are bad pictures, but proof I was with and shook the hand of The Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor. And that's my son, Mark with us. The talk was good and her brother was a hoot. I now want to read their book. On my list!!

Friday, January 23, 2009

the birds and the cats

look closely at my windshield.






bird poo and a cat's paw

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Some FF Grandbabies

So, here we have.... 3 cute babies!!

my 2nd cousin 2x removed, London Grace Anyan (Barb Anyan --my 2nd cousin) of Nine Mile Falls, granddaugther)
London Grace



Traci Marques, of Los Banos, CA, granddaugther, Avery Danielle Brasil. She was going walking with her grandma last weekend.

Tomi Pingree's, of Kaysville, UT, grandson, Ryker Pingree. (what is Ryker's middle name? I forgot) He had the Christmas spirit!

Friday, January 16, 2009

Here comes the sun...or there goes the sun







Rich had to go pick up his packet for the City Council meeting. I rode down with him and grabbed my camera. He took too long, so I took some pictures.

the sun behind the Catholic Church.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Christmas across the miles

Rich and his brother Scott.
with BBQ aprons made by their mother. :~) For Christmas.

Idaho Chimes In!

from Ashley in Idaho!!!

I have something for you that I think you get all excited about...
this is out my front door this morning :-)


One day we'll see spring.... (or snow from Mt. Vernon, WA)



from Shelly:
Here's a couple snow pictures from my sister in Mt. Vernon...

Winter madness in ND

From Gina:
Just thought I would share with you one of the pictures I took on the way to Minot. This was on the last leg of our journey. We were about 60 miles out of Minot and just a couple hours ahead of the blizzard. This was actually really good visibility. The wind was so bad and in spots were could not hardly see the front of the truck. Fortunately, we got to Minot before the worst part of the storm hit. Really glad to be home to "warm" Nevada.