Bella(Becca's 4-year-old), waiting outside of the temple and looking as beautiful as ever.
After the wedding, some of us stopped at the cemetery where my maternal grandparents were buried.At the reception
Me with my older sister Pepa and three of her four kids. From left to right, Andre, Pepa, me, Lani and Leia.
This picture has Stephany in it as well. She's on the far left. She's my great niece, though we call ourselves cousins because of our age difference or similarity. She's from Mexico and is staying with my parents for a couple of months volunteering at the elementary school with my mom while working on her english(which is good already). I had so much fun getting to know her.
Stephany and I on Mother's Day with the fruit bouquet she made for my mom. She stuck it in wheat Grass which I thought was brilliant since my mom likes to use wheat grass in her diet.
I arrived back home in the early evening on Mother's Day. Before I had left I told the family that the best mother's day gift would be a fairly clean house, dinner, and the biggest mother's day card/picture ever(like from the movie 'Ramona and Beezus'.) To my surprise they did all three! Scott made a very yummy lasagna. I was delighted by everything. On the left of the picture shown below, the family drew a map/diagram of me going to the airport in Utah and flying out to Washington and then coming back. The picture displays the mountains, some big surrounding cities, the airplane, me with my luggage and our home. There is also a note on there from Scott and Elisabeth. I love it! Happy Mother's Day to all you wonderful mother's out there!