Jason qualified to rope in the circuit finals last weekend so we spent thursday- sunday up in ogden and just had lots of fun being able to see some family( my little sister alivia found time out of here busy schedule to go eat with me and i loved every minute of it, thanks liv) and friends( i got to go down to good old provo and see my besties jill and rach)..i have no pictures because i suck at remembering to take them and when jason ropes im always videoing so i don't have another hand to take any pictures.. anyways the rodeo was awesome jason won the second round! well that was the last rodeo of the year so we are now home!!! being home is absolutely splendid!
Yes I am the one that is old and i love it!!! Im finally 22.. I'm one of those few people who love getting older, I can't wait to be 60 with 40 grandkids, grey hair, and lots of wrinkles.. anyways my b-day was fantastic spent with my amazing husband, and wonderful family.. I'm so grateful for my family and friends my life would be nothing without them!
I had lots of help blowing out my candles!
and it doesn't hurt that i was absolutely spoiled once again on my birthday.. this is my new baby..
I am very excited to now update this blog with much better pictures cause it was a serious upgrade from...
We were in Omaha, NB last weekend for Jason's tour finale and we had the chance to go see winter quarters..for those who don't know winter quarters was a little town the pioneers made on there way from Nauvoo, IL on there way to Salt Lake. They didn't have enough supplies or food to make it all the way so they stopped there before heading all the way to salt lake. It was such an amazing experience to see what they had to go through and they did it with such faith.. the hardest part was going to the cemetary and seeing all the names of the little kids and babies who died there.. Im so grateful for the example that they set and for being able to go see it all.
winter quarters temple
Names of the 600 pioneers that died there
Next to the cemetary and temple they have the mormon trail center
and they have a tour and you see the types of houses they lived in and