Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Hunt Memorial Day Camping Trip

A few years ago, the Hunt's started camping on Memorial Day Weekend, as Grandpa Leonard Hunt's birthday is that weekend. This was the first time that I've got to go in a few years. This is a photo of most of those who made the time to come out.
 Leonard Hunt and Helene Hatch have quite a posterity!
 As you can see by Grandpa's overalls, it was COLD!
 Aunt Debbie, Uncle Lee Wayne, and Jolynn trying to stay warm!
 Grandpa sure loves his grand-kids, and they love him too!
 I love seeing photos of Grandpa smiling!
 Uncle Milo trying to teach Brynna how to rope.
 Grandpa and Brindy.
 I never thought I'd see the day that both my parents are addicted to electronics! Lol.
 We went on many a walk during our three days of camping! Here is everyone who made it to the top of the mountain!
 Posers...I wonder where they get it from! Tehehe...
Bryson trying to figure out what's going on.
 Justin brought out a bebbe gun and let the kids shot at targets...Of course they loved it!
 Everyone signing "Happy Birthday" to Grandpa. We sure love him and the time we get to spend together!
Jolynn's little one enjoying cake, without a spoon! Too cute!
I was so grateful to get to go to Arizona and spend the time with my family. I have such a wonderful heritage and I'm appreciative to be part of such an amazing family.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Provo City Half-Marathon

I always run a half-marathon when I move to a new country and I'd never ran one in the States. Well, I decided to sign up for a marathon because it is something that I've always wanted to do. So since I wasn't working that much, I signed up for the Utah Valley Marathon that happens in June. It is always good to run a half-marathon half-way through your training, and I found a good deal to run the Provo City Half-Marathon. Ruth and the girls were waiting at the finish-line for me.
 Here is Cordelia all bundled-up waiting for me.
 Adaline gave her jacket to Cordelia after Cordelia threw-up on her shirt, so she got to wrap up in a blanket, since it was chilly that morning!
Here I am coming into the last 200 yards of the half-marathon.
 Down to the home-stretch, running as fast as I can!
Me and my finishers medal after running 13.1 miles! It was a wonderful experience to have family at the finish-line, something that has never happened at any of my half-marathons before. It was a good test and gave me great hope for my marathon.