Sunday, March 28, 2010

"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have." -Thomas Jefferson

Friday, March 26, 2010

I can't believe it is over! Although school is still in session and I am still as busy as ever finishing up the last few weeks of classes and preping for finals i have finished my last day of teaching preschool. It was bitter sweet. I am so happy to not be staying up all night cutting out alphabet letters, and preparing lessons for 15 different children who all come with their own special needs, but I am going to miss them and everything about them. I can't believe how fast the time has gone by. Anyways here is a picture of my last day (there are a few kids missing). We all wore our PJs.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Today was a wonderful day. It didn't start out that way... it was pretty bad at first. In fact it was one of the worst days ever. In an attempt to cheer me up Nathan decided to take me to the new frozen yogurt place in town.. TWIZL BERRY. Which i love for sure. They have the best frozen yogurt, if you go try the cookies and cream because it is divine. Anyways, when i went to buy my cookies and cream frozen yogurt the owner asked me if i was having a good day. Reluctantly i told him i actually wasn't and that is why we were here, to try and cheer me up. The owner looked at Nathan and I, cleared the price on the register, and told us to have a better day. It was amazing! He gave us free frozen yogurt! I can't even tell you how much it really did make me happy. Really, a little bit of kindness goes such a LONG way! Nathan and I are now true believers in Twizl Berry! So go and support a local business that is soooo delicous and kind!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

"The gospel calls us to stretch ourselves, to embrace our talents, to concentrate on our strengths, to be productive, to be creative, to reach our full potential, which few of us ever do. We seem to get discouraged by such trivial things and fail to see the great things we are capable of doing."
- Marjorie Hinckley