Saturday, August 28, 2010


Funny Happenings:
When I mail a letter to myself by accident.
Little kids saying funny things.
Animals doing funny things.
When my nephew say butt instead of button.
When he says root instead of Ruth.
Being silly with friends.

Me wearing my hemet

Here is me wearing my helmet that my teddy bear was wearing.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Life thoughts and other

It has been such a long time since I last wrote. So I got a new bike helmet and I thought I would show ya all what it looks like.

Work is going well. I enjoy the moments when I can learn things from either the animals, my boss Sandy, or inadament objects. The hose got kinked one day and I was thinking how it is better to find where the kink is and fix it right instead of keep going and not have as much water to water plants. To apply this to life, when something is hindering, kinking our way then it is better fix it right away and find the problem rather than to keep on letting the kinking go on.

The sheep, llama, chickens are funny. It is interesting to see one of the chickens getting its feathers back. For a long time the chicken has not had some feathers and now they are growing back. Apollo the llama is so funny when he relaxes. He like to plop onto his side and sleep like that. He will be sitting with his legs to the side and then he plops onto his side it is so funny.

I am enjoying that my little nephew Kayden will say my name every once in a while. He calls me "Root" because he can't say the h yet. It is so cute. It is crazy to think that the school year is almost here. I am excited and not excited at the same time.

Hope you all are doing great.

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