Monday, August 29, 2011

California San Diego Mission

In our most recent letter from Ryan, he included the address of his mission blog. Click on the following link to view it:

California San Diego Mission Blog

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Back To School

After two years of home schooling,
the boys are going back to public school...

Unbelievably, this one is a freshman in high school!

And look at these two cuties...
They were so excited this morning!
I'll miss having them home all day with me.
Good luck boys!!!

Five Kids, Five Birthdays

First, this beautiful girl...
She turned 17 in December, wow!
Love you Andrea.

And then my first baby in January...
He turned 19, hard to believe!
Love you Ryan.

Up next...
Daniel, 10 years in February!
Love you Daniel.

And look at this guy...he's so BIG!
Tyler turned 14 in March...
Love you Tyler.

And most recently, the baby...
He turned 9 yesterday.
Love you Michael.

Summer 2011

Summer was filled with fun and soooo busy...

Heather came to see us, it's been a few years and we were all so happy to see her...

Daniel and Michael played for the same baseball team.
Go Wildcats!

We had our big 4th of July BBQ this summer...

Tyler was the grill master and did a great job!

We enjoyed the company of so many friends and had a great time.

Catching Up...RYAN

Okay, so I've been slacking with my blog. Time to play a little bit of catch up. I won't catch up all ten months that I'm behind...but here's a little bit of catching up for ya...

In May, my heart broke as we said our goodbyes at the airport and sent Ryan off on his mission. He gets to serve in the San Diego, CA mission for two years. I will miss him so much, but I'm VERY proud of his choice to serve.

He recently sent us this picture from the Mormon Battalion Visitors Center. The part of Richard Martin that he played in the Winter Quarters Musical last summer was a young man that joined the Mormon Battalion in Winter Quarters and marched all the way to San Diego, CA. How fun that Ryan ended up in San Diego for his own mission.

Look at that says it all.
Elder Dennison, we love you!!!