Monday, August 25, 2008

The Worth's Rock

We just returned from a vacation at the big house with Roger's family. I honestly felt like a kid again because of the amount of disappointment I felt when we had to go home. It was so much fun. The kids had such a great time with all their cousins and quite frankly I have the best in laws in the world, I couldn't get enough of them. Thanks everyone for such a good time, we can't wait until the next one.


I also wanted to thank everyone for the lovely comments on my last post. I do feel better about life and less anxious than I did. My sister-in-law Nancy helped me put everything in perspective. We love you Clarks and here's to happily ever after.


Holy Cow, look at all them kids. Picture was taken at a waterfall near the house we stayed at in West Virginia.



Holy Cow, look at all them kids again. This time at the talent show. They each have different animal puppets on their hands to demonstrate the story of Noah's Ark.


6 comments:

Kawowski said...

You are lucky to have great in-laws, you could have what I have! I hope Nancy and her family are doing okay! That is so scary! Sounds like she is being positive so that is good. We miss you!

Heather & Nate said...

Looks like you had a blast. We are looking forward for October when we return to Utah to see family after 10 months. Way too long.

Nancy Sabina said...

Awwww. Those are a cute bunch of kids. We were sad to go home too. Start making a list of things we can do when we come to help!

Windy said...

holy smokes that is a ton of kidda roos!! WOW, I would feel right at home. I love kids..maybe because I am a kid at heart. How fun...that is great you all got together. There is nothing greater then family time!!

kim and morgan said...

What a cute family! How are you feeling about the birth coming soon? I missed you a lot at the reunion. Wish I could have seen you. Where in West Virginia were you for your reunion? Isn't WV beautiful?

Kristen said...

Wow. That is a ton of kids. I'm sure that it was fun to be around so much family.