"We can draw three lessons from nature's grandeur: first, God exists; second, God is powerful; and third, God loves us. One way we can feel a surety of the Creator's existence is to observe His handiwork. 'All things denote there is a God; yea, even the earth, and all things that are upon the face of it' (Alma 30:44)."

My favorite quote, by Mark J. Nielsen.


House >>> Home

You know how there is always the debate about which version of Price and Prejudice is best? I choose the Kiera Knightley version - BECAUSE IT IS BEAUTIFUL. It's just.. so beautiful. Historical accuracy or likeness to the book? I don't know. But I don't care! I love beautiful, enlightening things and places and spaces. I love the outdoors and happy colors. This make-over has been a long time coming. I didn't care about making it match or have a theme - I just wanted something beautiful and happy and bright. THANK YOU HUSBAND for indulging my passion (*most* of the things we already had, just rearranged!).

House, you are now my home.


Us, Again

I suppose we have unintentionally started a tradition of taking pictures one or twice a year representative of where we are at the current time. First California (HERE), then cold snowy Provo (HERE), and now Idaho. Twin Falls was a photographic wonder - totally flat and farmy, with these lush green pockets of beauty around the canyon. I'm glad we took some pictures before we left!

Thanks Idaho! It was a fun summer. :)