Sunday, November 20, 2005


A couple of months ago, this cat had started coming by our house, and I felt so bad for her I started feeding her. I thought I was feeding her so well, because she started getting a belly. Come to find out, it was because she was pregnant. About a month ago, she had the kittens, but I didn't know where she had them. When it started getting colder, I had put her cat food and a cat bed in the garage, hoping she would bring them over. On Friday she brought them over. There are 3 of them, and they are so cute and tiny! We have been having fun with them. If anyone is interested in a kitten, let me know! Posted by Picasa

Nicholas James Losee

On Thursday, Nicholas finally came home from the hospital. Nicholas was born on November 1st, and was 3 weeks early. His lungs weren't fully developed, so they had to rush him up to St. Marks Hospital. After 2 and a half weeks, James and Charity were finally able to take their baby home. He is adorable, and everyone says that he looks like James. His big sister Andee just turned one on the 13th, and she is really has no idea what is going on. She just gets really confused. Casey and I took her for the weekend to help James and Charity out, and we were busy! She is a little handful!

Nicholas James Losee Posted by Picasa

Brynn with Nicholas Posted by Picasa

Alivia holding her cousin Nicholas Posted by Picasa

Bryce holding his cousin Nicholas Posted by Picasa

Braxton 9 months

I just had to post this picture of Braxton. He loves to "sing" and play the piano. He is such a cutie! Posted by Picasa

Thursday, November 03, 2005

Cowboy Poetry

We had a performance up at the Utah State Fairgrounds for a big Cowboy Poetry event. I was not looking foreward to going up there to perform, but it was actually really enjoyable. It was an event with many important individuals from the state. Here is a not very good picture of Govenor Huntsman doing his own cowboy peotry. The Presidents of BYU and the U of U shared their poetry, and Orin Hatch did his via video. They were pretty funny. We did a performance with two famous folk singers, Don Edwards and Waddie Mitchell. It was very enjoyable. Posted by Picasa