Sunday, September 28, 2008

Saturday at the Temple


A few weeks ago we were up bright and early and at the temple by 7:00 am to help pull weeds with other members of our stake.


On the way there Chris was reminding the children to be reverent while we were on the temple grounds, that it is the Lord's house. Matthew became very serious and said, "Yeah, I think the temple is Jesus' grandma and grandpa's house." 'Cause, you know, you've got to be very good and quiet at Grandma and Grandpa's. . .


It was fun to be able to do a service project as a family. Matthew served as our photographer for much of it. Then we went to breakfast at Denny's and returned to the Visitor's Center to watch Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration.


I made these scrapbook pages at scrapblog. You can go there directly or use their templates right through your photobucket account.

6 comments:

MERRIANNE said...

love your pages! they are really cute!
and that is really sweet about the temple being like GRANDMA & GRANDPA's house, too ♥

Nicole said...

What a fun Saturday outing! And what a neat experience for a family service project. I love the scrapbook pages you made.

Rachel said...

Cute pages! Cute kids! What a fun service project.

Candice said...

I hope you don't mind me linking to you from cjane, I also hope this is the first time I am contacting you, it is hard to keep track! I am trying to let people know about threads of love, a nie project I am starting, check it out at www.quilt4nie.blogspot.com or on her benefit blog. Thanks! Love, Candice

Nash said...

I love the digiscrap pages.
Babylegs are really great. They don't slip off too much at all they are tighter at each end. My girls wear them like tights under boots, or for long sleeves. I love them cause my cousin gets them at wholesale. I used them with vance as a baby and they are nice for crawling.
I use google reader for checking blogs. I need to check out the widget.

Shauna said...

That is awesome! Thanks for sharing :)

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