We were out of town the day the school counselor gathered the 5th graders and their parents for the annual showing of "Growing Up." This is the maturation movie shown has part of the school district's health curriculum (hygiene, body changes, etc.)
Sooo, we borrowed it from the school and sat down to watch it with our 11-year old after having put the other kids to bed. As we start the movie, Josh says to us, "Do you think they have this available in blu-ray?"
Last year I mismanaged my funds and this year my family and I cannot decide on a budget. Until we come to a unified decision that fits all of our needs and interests, we will have to shut down our checkbook and will no longer be able to pay our taxes. I'm sure you'll understand. Thank you for setting an example we can follow.
I am honored to be married to my husband extraordinaire Joseph, for 15 years. Our joy is full (most days) because we are blessed to have these children in our family: Joshua (12yrs), Emma (10 yrs), Caleb (7yrs), and Elizabeth (5 yrs.). I enjoy camping with my family, cooking, reading, playing and teaching the violin and blogging. Our story began over 15 years ago at Ricks College. We have moved 9 times in 14 years, but have come full circle to the city where we were married and sealed in the LDS temple.