Remember: Ella gave me a half eaten chocolate Santa, scotch taped to a peice of paper. Its the thought that counts people...the thought!
Remember: A day in the desert with good friends. Our last fun activity before Christmas break was over and HOMEWORK ruled our life again.
Remember: When Ella made the cutest "thank-you" for my brother in the Navy.
Remember: Caroling with my girls and our friends the night before Christmas Eve.
Remember: Ella spending the night with Grandma and coming home with a handmade formal for her doll.
Remember: The day Branson played with his sisters and nieces and nephews at the park. They followed him around like the Pied Piper.
Remember: How cute these girls are when we head out the door for church.
Remember: Taking senior pictures and baptism pictures for my nieces and nephews. Its so fun to hand these over and see how happy they make people.
Remember: Tired evenings when Daddy's and little girls run out of steam.
I love remembering through pictures and writing all the wonderful little blessing that fill each day! We could complain, if we wanted to, about so much but it feels so much better to just remember His gifts and be thankful.
President Spencer W. Kimball “Those who keep a book of remembrance are more likely to keep the Lord in remembrance in their daily lives. Journals are a way of counting our blessings and of leaving an inventory of these blessings for our posterity.”2