Monday, April 30, 2012

There is nothing stronger than the Love between a Mom and her sons..


At The Park

Playing at the park after grandpa's birthday party...

Celebrating grandpa's 90th birthday on April 14, 2012 @ Clinton City recreation Building. We had fun meeting with our family.

Friday, April 20, 2012

Soccer 2012

Andrew's soccer team this year...

Thursday, April 12, 2012

We had fun last Easter. We colored eggs, made Easter craft and egg hunting. Before we started doing all the fun stuff, Andrew read to Aaron the "The Easter Story" and explained to him the real meaning of Easter. It was so fun watching Aaron paid close attention to Andrew as he was reading the story. I'm so proud of my boys.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

We stopped for dinner at one of our favorite fast food restaurants Jollibee in Las Vegas.

We watched the Mesa Easter Pageant at the Mesa Temple. The Pageant is about the story of Jesus Christ's birth, ministry, selfless death, and miraculous Resurrection through music, dance, and drama.

The Mesa Arizona Temple was the first temple built in Arizona.

The Mesa Arizona Temple was the first temple to present the endowment in a language other than English. (The first non-English session was presented in Spanish in 1945.)

The Mesa Arizona Temple was the first temple to reopen to the public for an open house prior to a rededication.

The Mesa Arizona Temple was originally named the Arizona Temple.

Before the Mesa Arizona Temple was constructed, Arizona members performed temple ordinances in the St. George Utah Temple. Because of the numerous bridal parties that traveled the wagon road between St. George and Arizona, the well-trod path became known as the Honeymoon Trail.

The architects chosen for the Mesa Arizona Temple had recently designed the Utah Capitol Building.

The Mesa Arizona Temple was designed around a grand staircase that leads to the Celestial Room, occupying the highest level of the temple.

The Mesa Arizona Temple is one of three temples built with no towers or spires. (The others are the Laie Hawaii Temple and the Cardston Alberta Temple.)

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

When we got to Walnut Canyon it was so windy so I stayed in the trailer with our foster kids and Russ took the boys in.

Walnut Canyon - Remarkable Formations, Ancient Cliff Dwellings

Meteor Crater is the breath-taking result of a collision between a piece of an asteroid traveling at 26,000 miles per hour and planet Earth approximately 50,000 years ago.

Today, Meteor Crater is nearly one mile across, 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 550 feet deep. It is an international tourist venue with outdoor observation trails, air conditioned indoor viewing, wide screen movie theater, interactive discovery center, unique gift and rock shop, and Astronaut Memorial Park at the modern Visitor Center located on the crater rim.