Sunday, July 17, 2011

First Haircut!

So it's not really a first haircut ever, but it was Tanner's first haircut by ME!! Although it seemed like a good idea in theory, when it came time for him to sit down and let me start buzzing... he seemed a little apprehensive.Since our house was a little warm (when I say a little, I mean a lotta warm. No AC) we went down to our basement apartment and Shawn and Telly gladly let us in for this little project. Telly was more than happy to take lots of pictures!

   Let's read the directions. How do you work this thing?
I'll read the directions, you get everything all set out and ready to go.

Tanner: "Now Kenz, this is how you work this. Don't mess up"

Ok. Looking good.

Tanner: "You're not doing it right. Just give it here. I'll do it.

Now, Now Tanner. I can do this. Just let me figure it out.

This is a family picture! See Sadie in the window?! She always wants to know what's going on.

So we got to the blending part...I put my pride aside and asked Shawn for help. He stepped in and did a great job blending the back.

I finished the rest. I think it looks great! Thanks Shawn and Telly for letting us use the apartment!

Monday, July 11, 2011

Mi Hermanita's farwell

This last weekend was my little sister Whitney's farewell. She has been called to serve in the New York, New York North mission... Spanish speaking. I am so excited for her! 
I didn't take as many pictures as I hoped but all the pics below are from the brunch on Sunday after sacrament meeting.

Me and my Grandma Bonnie
 Courtney, Robin, Dani
 Me, Grandpa Floyd and Judith
 Mikaela & Jeff (the cutest couple ever)
 Mom and her besties (Robing & Ann)
 Whit & Colter
 Me & Mom
 Me & Mikaela

 The Floyd girls!

The entire family was at my parents house in Boise by Saturday morning. We all went to the Boise Temple around 7am since the temple is closing for over a year for extensive renovations. It was such a wonderful experience to be there together.
I know Whitney will make an extraordinary missionary. Her companions are going to be so lucky to spend time and get to know her. I am almost jealous she gets to embark on this journey in her life to share the message of the gospel so the people of New York City can find happiness in their lives. I will miss my little sister dearly, but this decision will change her life forever... for the better. Good luck Whitney!