Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Tea Party

Today was a special day doing two of the things I like best – eating and being with awesome friends. I can always count on Camarie, our hostess, to set a beautiful table. It’s fancy, festive and colorful. Delicate teapots … Continue reading

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Family Friday: #3 Grandson

A couple of weeks ago Collin was inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. Watching him receive this honor reminded me of how quickly he’s grown into the young man he is today. I couldn’t be more proud of him. … Continue reading

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The Grand Canyon

The final leg of our trip was the Canyon. I don’t think words or pictures can capture its magnitude or majesty. I hope you enjoyed tagging along.

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#32

Ronny and I married 32 years ago on May 11th with promises to love and cherish one another for better, for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, till death in accordance with God’s holy ordinance. Today … Continue reading

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Monument Valley & Lake Powell

Monument Valley is part of the Navajo Nation. If you’ve seen some of the old western classics such as Stagecoach and The Searchers, you will recognize many of the sandstone buttes, mesas and arches. Some of the more recent movies … Continue reading

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Navajo Creations

The Navajo Nation is the largest Indian nation in the US. About half of the tribe lives on the Arizona portion of the Navajo Nation which also covers land in Utah and New Mexico. Although younger Navajo are bilingual and … Continue reading

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Bryce – Poetry in Stone

The pink cliffs at Bryce Canyon are mesmerizing. The scene is always changing depending on what time of day you visit. We experienced both sun and clouds which dramatically changed the colors of the cliffs and bulbous spires called hoodoos. … Continue reading

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