Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Pictures of Elder Cloward

Cameron is almost finished serving the Lord in Florida. He will be home on April 18th 2011 but we will be seeing him on April 12th and spending the week in Florida with him. I still don't have a date when he will be speaking either Easter Sunday April 24th or Mothers Day May 8th. I talked to our Bishop and he will decide soon, it does look like he is leaning towards Mothers Day though. Cameron is doing great and is working hard but as you can see by some of the pictures having fun too. I can't believe that this journey is coming to an end.

Elder Cloward is a Newby/Greenie in Arlington with his Trainer Elder Terry. He has come a long way since then.

One of Cameron's companions drew this and Cameron is 2nd to the left.
This is at the Crocodile Farm. I wonder what they are running away from.

Cameron working hard at night

Cameron working hard during the day.
Group photo

Birthdays for December 2010 during the Christmas Devotional Dec 16th

Silly Boys.... Long day in the Car

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Insane Snow Day December 21st

It snowed all Sunday night and we all woke to this. Heavy snow and a lot of it. Glenn had to drive me to work in the 4 wheel drive. I could barely get in the door.
This is the parking lot I park in at work
Glenn got me to work and even helped with scraping the walkway and putting down salt. Eventually the parking lot was cleared .

Monday, December 27, 2010

Provo Tabernacle

I know it's been forever since I have updated. But not a lot goes on here. I guess that's good. How ever our beloved Tabernacle burnt to destruction two weeks ago. It is totally gutted. It is not sure if it can be saved. This is the place that Cameron played with the Utah Youth Symphony when they had Concerts. This building is very old and a big loss.

There was a portrait of Jesus that had burned and as you can see Jesus is all that is left. A Christmas Miracle some say.

Pioneers constructed the Provo Tabernacle from 1883 to 1898. The cost was $100,000. Not many buildings have hosted LDS General Conference, but it took place at the Provo Tabernacle in 1886 and 1887. Since it's dedication in 1898, the Provo Tabernacle has been the venue for many historic events. Latter-Day Saint prophets, U.S. presidents and eminent scholars have come to the Tabernacle to give speeches and presentations. But the Provo Tabernacle was also a place where schoolchildren sang, community members were honored in funerals, and people of various faiths met to pray. The Tabernacle was not only a grand building to behold, it was a grand place to come together.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

The Annual not to be mistaken for the Semi Annual Florida Missionary Mom Luncheon

Lunch was at Salsa Leedos in West Jordan. We had a last minute change and they were great. We were able to take up one side of the restaurant.
setting up
Putting display tables together
setting up the main eating area
my place setting
tables are ready for our guests
Debbie Blair is addressing us.
Eda Hill Jacksonville
Prizes, They are so cute made by Trudi Hatch
Debbie made these books for the Committee, Dr Seuss Mormon style. She never sees-es to amaze me.
This was the table center piece at my table. So Cute
Fajita bar. It was so good
RM Elder Chadburn and his mom. He has been home maybe a week from Jacksonville.
This is a quilt that Debbie made. There were two.

Picking the person who will win one of the quilts.
It was Shari Tate her son is serving in Jacksonville and was my sons MTC Companion She flew in from Arizona.
Shari and her quilt

Shadow Box I made for the craft table.

First Aid and Sewing kits to donate to the SLC Utah Mission

Smile and say cheese
Me and Shari won this for our sons having 6 months left, to the day. April 8th 2009
We honored Debbie for all her hard work. Cute Alligator and Chocolate
Me and Shari Tate
Jacksonville MM and RM Elder Chadburn
Tallahassee Table
Pres Summerhays of the Tallahassee Mission released in July.
Missionary Moms
More Missionary Moms
He is being shown his goodies

His talk was awesome and there wasn't a dry eye in the house
President Summerhays laugh was infectious.
He got a few goodies to take with him and he wasn't leaving without them.
Pres Summerhays saying goodbye
RM Elder Chadburn bore his testimony. Very Special