Thursday, December 29, 2011

This is the only Christmas Picture I can find, maybe they got sent out with the wrappin paper?

Once Every Six Months

Once every six months is good for blogging, right? I think sometimes I should just shut it down, but then think maybe one day I'll get back to it... I add something to Facebook about as often? Maybe I'll get better, but maybe it"ll be another six months.. we'll see.

We had a great and chaotic Christmas at the Griffith house. It's been nice not having a lot of places to go and just be able to hang out at home with the kids? The house is a wreck, and I don't even care. I'll clean when they go back to school.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Junior Prom

Gavin and Hallie went to the Junior Prom last night at the Capital Rotunda and participated in the Promenade. Gavin was really nervous for the promenade, it was up in the air most days whether he was going to do it or not. They had their day date in Salt Lake with another couple and then came back to Tooele to get ready for the real date. We of course had to follow him to her house so we could get pictures. Steve, Gracie and I went to the Capital to see the Promenade. We (Me and Gracie)loved admiring the pretty dresses. I think we should have a prom for grown ups, I want to play dress up. LOL.


So maybe I'll just get major events on here. I really wanted to try to update my blog more often, but life is ", so crazy, even my scrapbooks aren't keeping caught up. So, for our annual Easter trip, we traveled down past Hansksville, about 20 miles to an area called "Little Egypt". It really should be called "Little Goblin Valley", because that's what it looked like. The first day the wind blew terribly, then we had two great days, and we were rained out on Sunday, literally. We ran into 3 rattle snakes, yes 3, which we have never done on our Easter trips. Two were literally walked right over, they were the same red color of the sand. My Grandma wasn't able to be there, as she is still in the hospital trying to recover from her surgeries. This tradition was started by her parents and she loves it so much and so do all of us, so it's really sad not to have her there. We love you, Grandma!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

1 year ago

Okay, I don't feel so bad now, I went to check out my fellow blogger's sights and there were only three of you that had posted since "1 year ago"!! I guess we are all too busy.

More Christmas Photos