Sunday, December 21, 2008

Harbor Cruise

Last night we took Richard's Mother to see the Huntington Beach Harbor tour. Bob decided not to go. The tour was about an hour. It consisted of cruising by houses and the yachts of the wealthy that were decorated with lights for the Christmas Season. Hey, we know how to have fun! For those of you who missed the tour take a look at what you missed.

(For the techno geeks this video was a live feed from my phone. While it is recording the video is being sent directly to a website and can be viewed live. Once the video is finished it is stored at the same website. One can film as long as they want but make you have an unlimited data on your phone. If you are interested in learning about the site go to For me it has some useful application. For example, a car accident. Record the cars involved, license numbers and the people involved etc. )

Here is a Amy and Mother enjoying the cruise.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

A Great Talk

Today Tara gave a wonderful talk. She had an active part in the Young Women's presentation for Sacrament; she was one of several that give talks. All of the young women participated in their great choir. A very nice and spiritual Sacrament meeting.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Tammy's Mother Day Gift from 2006

I know, I know! It has been two years and I just got this uploaded. What can I say except that it probably would have never happened if Amy had not asked how to upload video to the site. She asked; I did it. Now I hope you enjoy it.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Tara's Birthday Bash

Here is the birthday girl. Very cute, but what is actually going on in her head when these were taken?

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Tara's Birthday Bash

Here are some pictures of Tara's birthday party at the Macaroni Grill in Monrovia.

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Tara's Birthday Bash

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Sunday, September 7, 2008

Tate's Baptism

Here he is, already for his baptism.
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Monday, August 25, 2008

A Day In Santa Monica With Segways

All week we have been anxiously waiting for today. We had the opportunity to tour Santa Monica and Venice beaches on Segways. One thing that we noticed is that if you want people to stare at you and smile just ride a Segway.
Before being allowed to take off we had to watch a 15 minute video on the operation and safety of the Segway and then practice in the store for about 10 minutes. Then our host took us outside to test are new Segway skills so after about another 10 minutes we were on our own. We had a wonderful two hours riding, listening to music on our iPods, talking and sight-seeing. We then turned in the Segways and discovered that our legs felt really different. We think it is the equivalent of getting our land-legs back.
We then went to a hat store in Santa Monica for Richard to buy a new fedora. His old one either shrunk or his head is getting bigger (I know that leaves a lot room for jokes). This was the only store in Los Angeles area that sells a wide selection of fedoras. We then finished off the day with a late lunch at Junior's (one of Amy's favorites) in West Los Angeles.
When we got home we took a nap - I think that has something to do with age.