Warren at about 18 months.
There are so many things going on in my little life right now. Spencer and I are taking a trip to NYC and I can't find my battery charger for my NIKON camera. I started tearing apart closets and my office in an effort to look for it and this started a massive project. Which leads me to my next point.
Rachael D. and I stopped at the gas station on Friday and it was packed! Presumably to buy the power ball lottery tickets. I think the jackpot was over 300 million? I'm not really sure, I don't pay much attention to those things. But today, in my crowded office, just for a moment I found myself wishing I had won just so I could hire a professional organizer to come in and clean up my office. She would need to come with a dumpster in tow, and she'd be annoyed with me for about the first hour for hauling things around for 10 years that I haven't used once.
I'm a simple woman, in the past 3 years not once have I wanted a bigger house, a better car or nicer stuff. I have, however, wanted no house, to use less of my car and to get rid of over half my stuff.
So today I started in my office and what I have found is that I take too many photos. I have more than (no exaggeration) 50 photo albums. I have an album for each of my siblings weddings, every trip, college, and the kids, don't even get me started on the number of albums I have for the kids.
So these photos are some that I came across that made me smile today.
Holly's wedding in Laguna Beach, CA
She has watched it once or twice a day ever since(Thank you Grandma Hansen, we love it!)
When it came out originally I was down in California with my grandmother (above) so every time I watch it and hear the songs I have vivid memories of her, her house, her yard, and all the things she used to take us to do in L.A.