Sunday, October 12, 2008

So Lucky!

This past month has not been the best one for me. I just kinda felt like I was going through the motions of life and not really enjoying anything. I am so grateful for General Conference because it really helped me refocus and realize that I have the keys to true joy in my life. So yesterday Jared had to wake up early to go to an Eagle Project for a boy in my ward and so I was left with the kids. I was a bit disappointed when Landon woke me up early as I had gone to bed late the night before. Tori woke up shortly after and we decided to watch the movie The Incredibles. As we settled down on the couch to watch the movie I looked over at Tori and Landon and I was overcome with love for my children and family and it just hit me that I have been so blessed in my life. That seems like such an obvious thing but I guess sometimes I need a little reminder.
Sorry there isn't much more to this post, we have been sick this past week and we mostly have been lying around trying to recover. I felt the need to post though because Landon has discovered how to find his way to our website, and I have heard that High School musical song about a million times since I posted it.

6 comments:

Earl and Vickie said...

Your kids are TOO cute.....

The Relativity Ranger said...

Well duh, their my kids.

Theresa said...

hahaha,.. . i love that landon figured out how to get to your blog..hahahaha.

The Watts said...

Is there any doubt that those are the most beautiful children on earth, every time I see new pictures I am just overcome with how sweet they are. Yes as parents we are very lucky and our children are our greatest joy!

Ariane said...

I hope you guys are feeling better, being sick (especially at the same time as your kids) is no fun!

Jen said...

Those pictures are so cute, especially the one with Landon. I really like that one.

Isn't it nice when you get reminders about how good life is? Especially with the economy crashing around us. :) I really liked the talk by President Monson about the tiny fingerprints on the walls and appreciating those. I loved that insight.