Wednesday, April 29, 2009

My New Baby!

Introdrucing Marilyn. yea, like Marilyn Monroe. She has a beauty mark. She is the sweetest kitten ever, and has fallen asleep on me mulitple times and lets Zach tote her around. She is only 7 weeks old right now, and so little. I just love her! Her eyes are sooo bright blue, but unfortunantly these are mobile photos, so you can't really tell... my comp is still out of service :(

Monday, April 27, 2009

Siamese Please...

I am looking to buy a cat. Im wanting this one. or a white one with blue eyes... I really love siamese kitties. I hope the one I end up buying is nice. Usually the cats I have owned are huge biatches!! wish me luck in the search... :)

Saturday, April 18, 2009

We will miss you Grandpa!

My grandpa Rowland passed away on April 15th. Although, he was unable to do alot of the things that made him who he was towards the end, its still going to be hard without him. I was the 2nd oldest grandchild of 27 and am blessed to know my grandpa so well, For that I am grateful! He took my mom to the hospital when I was born, had it not been for him I may not have made it! I have so many memories of my grandpa I can't put into words my love for him. He will surely be missed.

This is his obituary....
Richard Gary Rowland
Richard Gary Rowland 1930 ~ 2009 Richard Gary Rowland, 79, born March 20, 1930 Salt Lake City to Matthew and Naomi, passed away peacefully at home April 15, 2009. Married 57 years to his eternal sweetheart Verla Reid Rowland. They have seven children, 27 grandchildren, and nine great-grand children. He was an active member of the LDS church. Dick was a graduate of Granite High School 1949. He worked as a young man for the Forest Service, served in the Korean War, worked as a brick mason, and retired from Mountain Bell after 33 years. He thoroughly enjoyed all these experiences and the people he knew. He loved the mountains and with his family built a log cabin in the Uintas where he created many memories with family and friends. He was a very talented craftsman. Hobbies he loved included World War II airplanes and authentic Indian beadwork and moccasins. Dick will be remembered for his great love and service to his family. He adored his grandchildren, and it showed. He loved life, had a quick wit and a great sense of humor. He was a wonderful storyteller and has countless lifelong friends. Survived by loving wife, Verla; children, Julie (Kirk) Andrus, Peggy Hickman (fiancé Don), Matt (Francene), Sally (Shawn) McPherron, Paul (Holly) of Cedar City, Robert (Billie) of St. George, and Jonathan (Chrystal); 27 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren; brother, Steve (Judy); sister, Barbara (Afton) Seeley, and sister in law Evelyn. Preceded in death by father and mother, and brother Bill. Funeral services will be held Monday, April 20th at 11:00 a.m. at the LDS Wasatch Stake Center, 8170 So. Shorthills Drive (3400 E), Cottonwood Heights. Viewing at Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary, 1950 E. 10600 So., Sandy, Sunday, April 19th from 6-8 p.m. and at 10 a.m. prior to funeral services on Monday.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Lookin' good!

This year, Easter was not my turn to have the bubba. But Jake let me anyway :) my computer is broken so I haven't been able to get any pictures off of my digital- but zach had a ton of fun with the easter egg hunt. He went on 3 total, and by the last one at my aunt's house he was very unamused... "mommmmmmmm I am sick and tired of looking for eggs...." haha. But the cutest thing was before we left, He came up to me and said "mommy, lift me up in the mirror so I can see how cute we look together!" awwwwwww. and I presume that we do look cute together! hehehe.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Egg peeling trick....

With Easter coming up... I boiled eggs and tried this.....

Ummmmmmmm yea, it doesn't work and I may have almost injested a piece of egg shell.