Sunday, June 12, 2011

Carolyn's News

We are doing great, our life is almost back to normal (in reference to my health trauma).

At the end of May we had a gratitude dinner at Maddox for our children and spouses. Gary and I gave little speeches of thanks for life and having a great family to help us. We reviewed the events of March and April. Now we're moving on hoping to remember the blessings given us and to forget the scary experiences we all had.

Blossom is safe from the flood. Warren is under water much like the floods of 1952 and 1983 only worse. The Warren church parking lot is the command post for Red Cross, National Guard, and all the Sheriffs in Weber County. We have crisis captains for every block in place for emergencies and the "younger" residents have been sandbagging every few days for weeks.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Like me :)

Hey everyone it's maddee. For those of you who don't know I am a Master Esthetician. I work at a spa (new image day spa) doing pedicures, facials, waxing, ect... and I do it out of my house too. You should check out my BLOG HERE and Like me on facebook HERE. 
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If your ever in my neck of the woods, you should stop by and get a facial

Monday, June 6, 2011

School Is Out

This is a picture of my 8th grade team of teachers. They are fabulous. I love working with all of them. It will be fifteen years next year. And, I will smile again when I get my braces off!

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Jeannine and Gerald Update

We've been staying pretty busy going to the grandkids events. Hailey graduated from West High. She graduated with honors and scholarships. We were also excited that she was selected to be on the All Area softball team. We've watched Millie sing and dance at her recitals...she's very talented. Jake has also played in baseball tournaments which have been fun to watch even though we've had to travel to see them. Life is good and we're just staying busy!

Saturday, June 4, 2011

Hi from the Wade's!

I don't have any exciting news, but I wanted to post anyway. We are still enjoying life in our little house on the Blossom Angus Farm. Hudson (3) and Ryder (18 months) love to play outside and by the time we come in the house for the night, they look like they have been in the sun for a year. They "feed" the cows (which I am sure Farmer Homer doesn't find the least bit endearing), play in the mud, and take their chances in the street (a nod to the heavens for light small town traffic). The pic below of the two kids in the argyle sweater vests is of them showing their reverance and peace on Easter. Hope all is well with everyone!