Made weak by time and fate,
but strong in will;
To seek, to strive, to find, and not to yield.

Side Note:
The fork. or Also known as "A Dingle-hopper" Reminds me of one who not only had amazing hair (that I would pretend I had as I swam in our pool as a young girl) but also for me represents a young woman who loved learning about everything and anything. Who pushed past barriers and boundaries to find her place in this world. In this industry education is key and you are always always learning. Everyday! And with that requires perseverance to reach goals. The industry of beauty is all about testing, pushing and surpassing barriers and boundaries. This industry is truly SWEET!!!!

Tuesday, November 4, 2008


If your child is quiet, this is what he/she is most likely doing................
Brock apparently noticed that although I was just about 6ft away, I was completely focused on getting the primary folder updated for the new Hawes ward primary secretary who was needing the updated info in a matter of minutes. Branden came into the room and said, "Hello! Did you not notice him getting into your lipstick?"
ARE YOU KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW?! If I had noticed, I would have stopped him... DUH!!!
Oh and do you see all those little things on the floor. He also had found my stash of mini rubber bands and dumped them all out, all over.

OR your child could be doing this......Playing or should I say painting or even BATHING in the peanut butter.

"But Mommy, it's so yummy!"

"Ya want some?"
(as you can see he smeared it all the way up to his left arm pit. )
As you can see, we have to keep a close eye on this one. He's even almost made it to the top of our fridge so he could get his binky down.
Crazy Turley Boy!


Amb & Dev said...

Maybe he was just trying to do "FUN" peanut butter! hahaha!!!!! J/K

It's all Good- The Allen Fam said...

ahh cherish the moments, these don't last! I'm glad you can laugh about it. What a cutie pie!!

Sugar Jane said...

YA HE WAS! On bread would have been prefered.

The Gibbens said...

WOW! You are totally right though... it's when they are quiet that the disasters strike... which is really too bad because the quiet is so nice!