My oldest daughter, Emma, played in the final volleyball game of her high school career yesterday.  it was very bittersweet for me because, even though I am excited to find out what her future holds,... Read More
Emma is on Homecoming Court again this year, and it is hard to believe it is her last one! I have more images of the whole court, but wanted to post this one of her with her escort, Aidan. So proud of... Read More
For all three of my girlies, as with most kids around Eastern Oregon, today was the first day back to school after summer break.  I love the first day of school each year; it signifies the opportunit... Read More
Last week was the Morrow County Fair, and it was Emma’s next to last year showing pigs for 4-H.  This year, her pig’s name was Thor.  He was HUGE!  I was able to go to Heppner Thursday ... Read More
My oldest, Emma, qualified for the state track meet in the 300 hurdles, so I traveled to Monmouth to watch her compete.  She did so great, and I am so very proud of her! Follow **At times you’l... Read More
The girls and I had our pictures taken by Nelli from Sudbrock Portraits in La Grande.  My intention with the pictures was to give them as Valentine’s gifts to our family, but I did’t get ... Read More
The first project in my ceramics class was a coil pot I had to make replicating a pot made nearly 8000 years ago. The second project in class has been to create a metaphorical vessel.  We were instr... Read More
Since today was Sunday, it wasn’t technically a “snow day” meaning a reprieve from going to school, but it was a great day of snow and no planned activities for the girls and I.  I ... Read More
Emma’s basketball team had games in Pilot Rock yesterday, and today they played at home against Weston-McEwen.  I was pretty excited to be able to watch her play because I haven’t had muc... Read More