Monday, September 29, 2008
We decided to take a drive up butterfield canyon to see what the leaves were doing. It is changing dramatically, I bet that in another couple of weeks the good color will be gone. We went a bit late in the day and there wasn't a whole lot of light, but they are cute none the less.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
these are photos from my grandma Turville's funeral. Grandpa passed away in April and now they can spend eternity together. We will all miss her. I loved her famous roast beef, and even though it was very simple (according to her) mine just is never the same. She would say, "Holly Anne, (she always used my middle name) you just put it in a pan and throw it in the oven and let it cook for a few hours." I think there was more to it that she was not disclosing. I will always remember snelgrove vanilla ice cream in cups, fig newtons, and cheese nips. I never did like the raisin cookies, I may regret that someday. She always had apricot jam. Didn't like that either. I will also remember lunches entirely of vegetables, not my favorite either, but aunt elva and uncle wilford would bring it fresh from the farm, so they tasted better. I will always remember easter egg hunts, playing on the swings, and running around in the back yard. I will remember how her house smelled and how she loved her grandchildren. She ran out of room to put everyones pictures. I will remember hugging Grandpa and making his hearing aid squeal. He would say "Whoops, you turned me on again." I will miss their laughs and their love. Save us a place when you get there. We will see you again soon. I love You!