Monday, February 23, 2009

So, I have come to a conclusion that Easter time is the best time for chocolates and treats and goodies!! I went to the grocery store today and I was drawn to the easter candy aisle. I wanted to buy EVERYTHING!! I think I was enticed by the pretty pastel wrappers. Easter candy always seems so fresh, the chocolate always seems just a little softer than normal. Some of my favorite easter treats are: Cadbury Mini Eggs, Cadbury Creme Eggs, Reeses Eggs, Springtime Oreos, Easter Mini Kit-Kats, and even Peeps! I really don't like Peeps at all, but there is something about those yellow chicks and pink bunnies that makes me want to buy them!!

But seriously, the next time you are at the store pick up a bag of Mini Eggs!! If you leave them in your car on a warmer day they will get melty and then when you eat them, it's like heaven on Earth!! Cameron recommends the Cadbury Creme Eggs, though he is mad that they continue to get smaller every year! Well friends, have a lovely day and make sure to chack out all the Easter Candy fun!!!

Monday, February 16, 2009


So every year the Springville Drill team seniors choreograph a dance for the Seniors boys to perform at a halftime at a basketball game. Ever since I graduated I couldn't wait to watch my little brother, Colton (right) perform. The game was on Friday and I am so proud of him, he was even chosen to be the Drill Mister!

Yes, I did do his hair and make-up. Also, a video of the dance is posted on my parents' (The Tudor's) blog, I recommend you watch it!!

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Being a Missionary

A few months ago I wrote a blog about Cameron playing soccer and how I have learned to enjoy the sport. Well, it seems that because of him playing soccer we were able to be blessed with an opportunity to go to a missionary discussion this evening. OK so it's not only because he plays soccer, it was also because Cameron can speak Spanish and he plays soccer with other Latinos from aroud town. One of the boys in the family that the sister missionaries are teaching plays soccer, but he always plays on Sunday. So, the sisters felt that Cameron could be a good in because his group of friends play everyday and not just on Sunday!

It was such a neat experience for me to sit in on the discussion. Yes, it was all in Spanish and I couldn't understand anything that was being said, but I could still feel the spirit so strongly. It amazes me how strong the Spirit was in that small room and I truly hope that that family will open their hearts and let it teach them. I am so grateful that I have the Gospel in my life and that I don't have to deal with the tests of life without Christ there to carry me! I am so lucky! Also, being able to watch Cameron teach this family added to the amazing experience. I am so lucky to have a husband that loves the Gospel and wants to share it with others!