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January 27, 2006

January 27, 2006

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I am Brooke. I love my husband. I love my daughter. I love my job because I can pick and choose my schedule and stay home with Harper the majority of the time. I love to do DIY projects. And I love my life!

Race Track

Race Track
Juan, Camie, Josh, Me

CPK Goodbye dinner

CPK Goodbye dinner
Josh, Erin, Brooke, Josh, Brandon, Camie, Juan. Right before we moved to Texas from Cali.
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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Lagoon with the whole fam...minus Jill

We went to Lagoon while we were in Utah. It was me, Josh, Jean, Jody, Jenna, Jordan and Cody, Jacinda, Jarren, Jerico, Kathy and Cody. There were a lot of us, but it was a lot of fun!

We did the skycoaster (I think that's what it's called). It was lots of fun!

Josh tries this every time. This time he got really close, but could hack it.

Goshen and the lake with the Youngs.

While we were in Utah, we were able to see my sister and her family. We don't see them very often, so it was a lot of fun. Thank you to Josh's parents for letting us invite them. They only live about 3 hours from Goshen, UT, so they came up to go with us to the lake. The boys had never been on jet skis before, and I think they had a lot of fun!

Above is the Young family (my sister's family). From left to right Andrew, Adam, Jennifer, Collin and Chris. They stayed with us at the Goshen House the night before we went to the lake.

Above is Uncle Josh and Collin on the jet ski. I'm glad it was Josh and not me, cuz from what I heard, as soon as Collin got behind the wheel, he was not afraid!
Thank you to Jean and Jody for a spectacular visit to Utah!
Andrew. I can't believe how big he is!
Andrew, Jen, and Collin.
Adam and Chris.
The gang, hanging out, watching everyone on the sea-doos.
Me and Jen...we have towels on our head because it was so hot, and we were starting to burn.
Me and Josh in front of the Goshen house.


So, my husband is psychotic and bought a bug...with no wheels or an engine, and is basically planning on tearing what's left of it apart, so I don't really see the point, but anyway. Here it is. It took about 3 hours for him to load it onto the trailer, and then another 3 hours for us to load it into the garage. It was a pain. And it took up my spot in the garage. Rude!
This is what it looked like as soon as we got it off the trailer. We had to connect the bug to the truck and pull it off on some piano dollies. It was pretty funny.Here's Josh with his pride and joy.
In order to get the bug up the driveway and into the garage, we had to connect it to the pulley system that we had put in to pull the trailer that we used to own up to the ceiling so that we could still park under it. It came in handy, otherwise we would never have gotten the bug in the garage.Here it is in the garage.
Josh will laugh when he sees this picture, but I had to take a picture so that I had proof that I did help with getting the bug into the garage. That's a little bit of grease! Ha ha. I'm a nerd, but I really did work hard.

I sure have gotten used to this!

I love my job! I am a nanny, for those of you who don't know, for a family with 3 boys and a girl. Well, my job title is a nanny, but I'm more of a chauffeur. Anyway, it's great. I get paid to go to the zoo, go to the movies, bowling, and just hang out. Here are a few pics from the zoo. It was really hot, but a lot of fun!

Monday, July 20, 2009


I've been so busy with school and vacationing that I have totally been slacking on blogging. I have a ton of stuff to post...so I will try to get it done by the end of this week. Sorry.