Life can take its twists and turns, ups and downs, and sideways even. Gene and I have been in Colorado for some time now. As of this last March, it has been two years for Gene and this July it will be two years for me. I have made some great friends, but I still miss my family. Gene and I have no children living with us now and so we are now empty-nesters. I am loving it! Yes, girls I do miss you! In February, Gene and I went to watch Whitney run in Indiana; it was so much fun. We went for the blessing of my beautiful granddaughter, Emarie. She is so adorable and has the longest eyelashes.
Sunday, April 8, 2012
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Sunday, August 22, 2010
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Friday, November 6, 2009
The team with the coaches, one of the coaches gets Dani mixed up with Whitney. He wondered why Dani wasn't in her SUU uniform. She told him she wasn't Whitney.
Whitney is having a great time running for Southern Utah University. She recently ran in the Summit League Championships and the girls team took 1st place. Whitney placed 11th overall and was all conference, and the greatest award, in my opinion, is the new comer of the summit league (it's like rookie of the year). We are so proud of her and not only does she run well, but she is keeping up her grades and doing fabulous. It really helps when your twin is in the same classes that you are taking. Dani is amazing and is Whitney's biggest supporter. Not only does Dani get fabulous grades, but she keeps Whitney up with all of the classes.
The girls team and the first place trophy.
Posted by Sandy at 5:18 PM
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Whitney is running for Southern Utah University this year. We are so proud of her and how well she works at becoming a better runner. Both of the girls are at SUU and are taking the same classes at the same exact time. Poor teachers if they have not figured out who is who. Whitney's first race was in Pocatello, Idaho. The course was rough and rocky, so Whitney had to go see Sam the trainer, who trains. There wasn't too much of a problem because the next week she came back strong in Riverside, CA. This week she goes to Notre Dame. Warming up and concentrating before the race. We don't talk to her so she can get her thoughts together.
A few of us who went to watch Whitney's first college race. Sheena, Kenna, Dani, and Sarah. Don't you love the up do? Sheena had bridal pictures the same day. Thanks Sarah for doing such a great job!
Kenna needed a bath and since she is so petite, she fit right in the kitchen sink with no problems at all, it was even the smaller side. She loved the bubbles and thought it was great getting a bath. She is such a good baby and almost always has a big smile on her face for everyone around her.
Jordan is now 21 and the smoke alarm didn't even go off.
Check out the look on Jerry's face.
Posted by Sandy at 9:37 PM