Friday, February 19, 2010

misc. pictures from Oregon

Sweet Lily (and this wasn't posed) Korean Valentine's Day dinner On the plate is pink rice (usually white!), thinly sliced beef, dried seaweed, all to be rolled together and dipped in sesame oil and salt. Sarah's children love Korean food, thanks to their Korean Grandma. She cooks all kinds of things (some that I won't eat)for them and they eat it all! This is something that is everyones favorite (even I have developed a taste for dried seaweed). Its so easy, and we make ourselves sick on it. Luna and Hannah...best friends Our daughter Rachel.She's learning how to play the guitar and we'll all be glad when she learns another song! Conner still crying after his blessing.He wasn't real happy. Chloe in her baptism dress. She's one special girl! These are some cute things in Sarah's lovely house.
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5 comments:

  1. Yea Linda! Go girl club member! Go to the counselor and don't listen to what your husband thinks about you being nuts. My husband wondered about the sensibility of it and now for Valentine's Day he bought me an Archaeology magazine (I know but he did get me roses). I love it! Anyway, you can do it.

    By the way scroll down a couple of more pages and see pics of my daughter and her new husband married in SL Temple. Then a page before, I think, and you'll see going through the Washington D. C. temple. We went through with them for her first time before she was married. It was so fun. I must read your blog entry for today but have to run to Achievement Day. I'm a leader.

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  2. At first, we were watching the video without sound. It was pretty cute! Then....Rachel turned the sound on. It was....pretty loud! ;)

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  3. Oh, I loved achievement day's. I'm still alittle bitter about being released! Beautiful pictures of your daughter! Isn't it nice when their married, I always breathed a sigh of relief . Sure you still worry about them but, its not the same. want to exchange e-mail adds.

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  4. That looks like a lot of fun!! I have a grandson named Connor and he and his big brother love the trampouline too. You know, we can see Mt Washington from here, and on a good day we can see Mt Ranier.

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  5. Linda, thanks so much for leaving a comment. I appreciate it so much. Yes, I think that was a great idea to give the little boy a notebook. I think it's all about the square peg fitting into the round hole. We try to get people to worship like everyone else but they think differently. It's finding what works, sometimes, to make the church environment fit for everyone. What if everyone were the same? It would be so boring. Don't think it would take a miracle to learn how to do art. Try my ideas and you'll see you have more talent than you think.

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