My wife is an amazing woman. I know every husband may think so, but I just wanted to make sure my wife knew I thought so. Super mom's may come far and wide, but ours is very loved. She's always busy, from the time she wakes up and makes the kids lunches, actually drops them off at each of their schools for drop off and pick up, then goes onto to teach pre-school, and still has patience at the end of the day with the kids and hubby :-). She keeps our house filled with wonderful cooking smells(Love those Chocolate chip cookies- Ugg that's why I can't lose weight ;) ), Keeps her hubby on track with Family home evening and reading our daily scriptures ;). She even reads us all books at bed time. Wuhoo! Taylor's favorite time in the evening.... next to dinner time that is ;). She even finds time to stay on track for her marathon training.
I really appreciate her letting me out to shoot hoops and without ever complaining. Although I think she pushes me out some nights cause she needs some alone time ;). She's put up with a lot as we've grown older together. I get to coach-Soccer, Baseball and I can't ever find a cuter coaches wife ;). She's even putting up with me being Albany Little League President. She's very good at making me want to come home ;) They say behind every great man there is a great woman. I can see why because a good wife makes life easier and gives the husband the ability to accomplish more with his life. I'm very grateful for mine.
I thought I had given up running, but with her running almost every day she challenges me to run and pushes me to go harder and father. Rachel is not only my wife, but a wonderful partner I hope to learn more and more with her as we get older. I love you Rachel Lynn Nye! Your unique laugh is one of a kind and I'd know your nightin gale voice anywhere. Your green eyes drive me crazy and your smile is what I look forward to the most during each day. Thank you Super Mom and your family loves and appreciates you! Even when we're driving you crazy!
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Monday, November 1, 2010
My three musketeers before the primary program.
Each year at our church the children ages 3-11 practice and learn a list of gospel themed songs to partake of a 50 minute program where most of the children speak a small or medium part. It's a year long opportunity for leaders and the children to learn and teach one another about Christ.
It maybe a lot of work....
but it is worth it.
I was able to work in primary and write the program one year and its one of my happiest memories.
The program was very well done and organized this year. I appreciate all the time and hard work the kids , leaders and teachers put into it because you could tell the kids were ready and the spirit was there to touch our hearts. Diana spoke about how to come unto Christ, Taylor on his favorite Scripture hero- Nephi, and Chloe on how she loved her family. It was a good day and the tears were aplenty!
I am so grateful to have the gospel of Jesus Christ in my life.