I am grateful for traditions! Since I was four-ish my dad has held season tickets to the Utah State University Aggie football games! We went to their home games whether it was sunny, rainy, or snowing. I am grateful for all the memories I have of these games. So every now and then I get the chance to take my kiddos to a game, which we did today. As I was watching my sweet Liv endure the cold I remembered being in her shoes. I had no idea why we were torturing ourselves to watch this game, and that was when I started asking my dad about football. "What's a down" "What do you mean, 'holding'" "How can you even tell the difference!?" and so on. I get so excited when I get to share this tradition with my kids, and I'm excited to see what traditions of our own we create and the kids will cherish!
Todd & I met in April 2002 and were married June 6, 2003. Now we have a nine and a half year old daughter, Olivia, an eight year old son named after his grandpa Gary, and Suzy Anne that is almost three!
I'll never have this day again - And when today is through I may not have another chance For things I ought to do - The friendship I should offer, The kindness someone needs, The thoughtfulness I can express In loving little deeds, The helpful words that someone Might wait to hear me say - Lord, help me to remember, There's only one today!