Monday, May 11, 2009

"There is no Arizona"

This is how Lucy reacted when we told her mommy was going out of town for the weekend and that she and Sam had Daddy all to themselves.

The Campbell's have aided and abetted a German. They call him Max. I don't think that's his real name.
These are my two favorite Prescottonian ladies. They stole Nora for a good portion of the day Sunday. She came back wanting to watch Steel Magnolias and singing show tunes. I don't know what they did.

Our last year at the Villa our Bishop had us draw a picture of what we hoped our lives would be like in 10 years. This is what my picture looked like. Dreams really do come true.


We recently adopted two latino children. They are gorgeous and cute and smart and practically perfect in every way. For some reason Laura wants to keep them at her house. Whatever.



You never know when Charlie is going to call. Unfortunately this time he called right in the middle of the Halterman-Campbell get-together. The woes of having an on-call job.
This is a green, green room. The man who owns it makes a lot of money and has four cars for himself. He also cooks really yummy smelling food on fast Sunday. All-in-all, he's a jerk.
A friend of ours told us that getting the three of us together in one room is worse than having all 5 of his brothers together. As you can see by Josias' face, that is absolutely not true.
Yes, Laura got eye implants.

If you move your eyes really fast you can see that Jon is the most studly husband in the whole wide world. You can also see he doesn't need that pesky hair stuff to be the most handsome.




This is just for Grandma Deanna. We're sorry we were lame and didn't think about how we'd mail it for Mother's Day, but we promise to get it to you ASAP. We know you're life isn't complete without it. We love you!

2 comments:

Aaron and Melissa said...

I love that first pic of the three girls- they are so cute! I'm so glad that you had fun in Arizona!! It's nice to get away :) Thanks so much for coming to the hospital last week-- sorry we weren't more fun!

SaMarenda said...

Seeing all of those pictures with Laura and Amber made me miss being at the Villa together. I haven't seen any of you in a really long time. I am sure that you had a great time and I wish I could have been there. :-)

Marenda