Saturday, April 18, 2009
Posted by Rachael and Brad Huntsman at 11:42 AM
Posted by Rachael and Brad Huntsman at 11:32 AM
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Brad's family came down on Wednesday night and stayed the night with us. They were here until Saturday afternoon. It was fun to have them there. We ate good food, colored Easter eggs, laughed, packed, cleaned, golfed, shopped, swam and had a good time. They came up for his sister Lisa's graduation. She graduated from BYU-Idaho with a Bachelors degree in Communications. We are so proud of her!!!
Dad, Mom, Rachael, Brad, Lisa, Tauna, Dustin, Jaxon, & Telford
Don't I have such a cute family?
Chena loved being at my parents house. She was free to run & play and not be in her cage all day. I found this cute bunny ears at Walmart for a dollar that I put on her just for fun. She was really good and left them on long enough for Lisa to get some good pictures.
These are some cute pictures for Brad & Chena. They are such good friends.
Lisa & I got matching white jackets for Easter :) Thanks Dad!
We are so thankful for our families and the chance we had to spend with them!!! I don't know where we would be without all the love & support from them. It is comforting to know we are an eternal family & can be together forever, thank goodness for the gospel. LOVE YOU GUYS!!!
Posted by Rachael and Brad Huntsman at 1:54 PM
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Usually for me(Bradford), around March/April, I get spring fever and I need some change. It all started with working in Alaska. Around this time I would usually zone out of whatever else I was doing and concentrate on getting ready for Alaska. So this year we have made the unfortunate decision to not go to AK, so we were itching for some change. So, we decided to get a puppy. We went to PetSmart and they said that the Humane Society comes on Saturdays. As is usual with Rach and I, once we make a decision we get it done quick. So that weekend we found Chena. She is a Yellow Lab/Golden Retriever mix. She was 6 months old when we adopted her. She and her siblings were found on the side of the highway abandoned. We named her Chena after a river in Alaska. Our second choice was Nuchalawaya (inside joke). We are so excited for this new addition to our family. But don't worry Elder Oaks, we're still trying to have kids too.
Posted by Rachael and Brad Huntsman at 8:41 AM