Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Danny & Jaime's Wedding Day!!

Carps minus ya Elder Carpenter!
Danny & Jaime Carpenter

He's a married man!
Ahh..they are so cute!
The Carp fam--with the new Mr. & Mrs.
My beautiful new sister-in-law....isn't she gorgeous??
The Groomsmen
Jaime & her bridesmaids
Cute Danny & Jaime
The Wedding Party
Jules & me
I was in charge of making the cupcakes--I think they turned out cute!

My little brother is now a married man! Last Saturday Danny and Jaime were sealed in the San Diego Temple. It was a wonderful day! We all enjoyed being with them and celebrating in their happiness! I am so excited to have another sister--and especially one that makes my brother so happy! We love you Danny and Jaime!

Pre Wedding Bonfire!

Tonight we had a bonfire with Danny and Jaime and their out of town friends that were here for their wedding tomorrow!!! It was a lot of fun kickin it on the beach and roasting hot dogs and s'mores and just relaxing. We are all excited for the wedding tomorrow and to have Jaime in our family!!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

The Finished Product!!!

So I finally finished my rag quilt! It was fun and frustrating at times, but it is finished and I had a good time working with my mom on it together. She made one too that is red, white and blue Americana design and turned out really cute! So here's mine.....and you can tell Roscoe pretty much thinks it's his--he LOVES it for some reason. It's kinda funny. Here's onto the next craft!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Learning something new.....

Last week my sister taught me to make Mongolian Dumplings. She recently got home from serving her mission in the Washington DC. South Mission, most of which covers parts of Virginia. While she was there she met a lot of mongolians and grew to love their customs and foods. So she taught me how to make one of her favorite Mongolian dishes. They are so unique and intricate. I thought they were so pretty in their design I had to post pictures! They were tasty and we had so much fun making them! It was great to learn a new skill. Thanks Jules! Can't wait for the next time!