The experiences and insights of a family that was formed by divine meddling: a woman who is the 6th of 11 children from UT and a man who is an only child, 1st-generation American and became 1st-generation LDS, met in the Atlantic ocean and well, read on...
Sunday, December 19, 2010
The end is near!
Well, I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. I'm so grateful this week is finally over. Here are a few pictures of the happenings this week. I had my very first piano/vocal recital at my home with my six students. I haven't wanted to take more students on because of time constraints, but I love the six I have. They are all so wonderful. The girl in the green dress is actually a voice student of mine. They all did a wonderful job on their pieces and I was proud of each of them.
On Friday, Hans' unit had their company party. I was in charge, so needless to say, I'm so relieved it's over. It was a lot of work. We started planning at the end of October. For a while, that was all I could think about. Too much stress! I guess the stress paid off though because it was a great party. Everything went really well and we had a great attendance. I arranged for the Col. and a few others to sing a few Christmas songs.
Today church was canceled due to snow. I've lived here for six years and this is the first time this has happened. It's been snowing all day. Hans and I decided to bundle up the kids and take them out. We all had a wonderful time. I felt like a little kid again. I haven't played in the snow for quite some time. The kids loved it!
Hans and the kids busy making a snowman. Eva said they named it "frosty". How original huh? :)