Wednesday, July 23, 2008


On my friend Jamie B Nelson's blog is a post about having people put memories on the comments. What you have to do is put a memory that deals with me on my blog. I will then put one on your blog. It should be a lot of fun to remember good times.

Monday, July 21, 2008


This past weekend I had fun at my Winder family reunion. One fun thing that I did was look at plants. I got a plant book from my friend Nathan and it has been fun searching out plants from that book. I found Yarrow which is the picture at the top of this post. This plant is used for many medicinial things. It can help stop bleeding, help aches, and many other things. It has cool feather fern like leaves. It is fun to find new plants and learn about them.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Lifes adventures

Here are some pictures from the activities of my past week. The first picture is a squirrel that I saw at work. I hear and see quite a few squirrels at work. It is fun. The second picture is from family home evening. The two people in the picture are Shanna Lebau and Chris Mele. We played flour bomb capture the flag. We used nylons with flour in them to get people out instead of tagging people. It was a lot of fun. We sure got floury. The last picture is the lake Mack Warner. My dad and I went fishing on the 5 of July. We had a blast. We caught one fish. As I caught my fish we had to start rowing once I got it in. It was a windy day so we had the battery powered motor on full blast. We had to row because of this. We ended up having to go along side the lake to get to the boat dock. I pulled the boat from the edge and my dad was in the boat directing it. It was crazy. We rowed a little too. It was a great adventure with my dad. Have a great week.

Words of Wisdom

The effect of our words and acts is tremendous in this world. Every moment of life you are changing to a degree the lives of the whole world. … So, it’s not the surroundings, it isn’t the positions; the thing that will influence [others] in this world, are personalities. No matter what you are people will feel and recognize this. You radiate, you can’t hide it. You may pretend something else, but that will not affect people.
David O. Mckay
Chapter 24: “Let Your Light So Shine”, Teachings of Presidents of the Church: David O. McKay, 225