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Family visits–a bit of heaven January 4, 2010

Posted by mom6 in Provo Ricks.
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This group of individuals consists of many Smith cousins (gathered for the funeral of another cousin, Dorine Jesperson).

Here is Cayelle watching me create a reversible trick-or-treat bag for her.

This view of the playing field at the Lavell Edwards Stadium is from inside a loge—we kept warm, but BYU failed to pull out a win against TCU.

My kids are growing up—here is Lora on her 28th birthday!

Four generations (I’m behind the camera). Lora, Jennifer, and I brought lunch over to Summerfield Manor to eat with Grandma Smith.

Here are Sushi Cayelle and Pirate Maya ready to haul in Halloween loot.

I got to attend Clara’s tea with the two Clara’s (Meagan and Amanda) for the Nutcracker.

I was with Meagan, Camden, Kaleb, and Cai for several days while Rebecca and Marcus looked for a place to live in the Denver area.

And after my return to Utah, Marc and Sarah brought their boys for a visit. Here is adorable David John.

Five adults and five children (under the age of two) for our visit to the Bean Museum.

Fun activity of feeding the ducks across from my office—Marc and Elijah . . .

Cayelle and Jennifer  . . .

Elijah and Marc (from the front)  . . .

. . . and Sarah and Gabe.

Grandma and Grandpa Smith with Gabe, David John, and Elijah—at the Brick Oven for a family dinner.

Same occasion—Cayelle and Maya (with Ryan).

How is that for a treat—so many family members gathered, the younger generation sporting monkey shirts designed and sewn by Sarah, the miracle worker.

Here’s my chance to be with our Ohio grandsons–we’re so glad they made the effort to visit!

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