Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Saying Goodbye to Grandma Rula

My Grandmother lived a life full of faith, love, endurance, and service. She was an example to all she met and I am SO grateful that my kids were able to have a relationship with her. Saying goodbye is always difficult but she lived a full life and died peaceful and quickly at the age of 90. I will miss her! Until we meet again...

She was buried in Fiddletown, a small town in Northern CA, near the Lyman's ranch and right next to her hubby.

It was a great opportunity to see my wonderful cousins and spend time together as family.

Some of her grandsons

In the middle is her twin sister Bula. I am sure they will miss each other terribly until they are reunited again.

All of my family that was able to be there.

Stephanie, Josanna, and Michelle

Remembering Grandma Rula

Our old stomping grounds on Old Ranch Road.

It was a very quick weekend trip. On our way out of town we stopped in the old neighborhood to check things out. Wow, not much has changed but such a trip seeing it all again. I think it has been about 10 years since I have been back. Such great memories...

Chris and Spenc showing the kids how we used to do it! Haha...somethings never change!

First time seeing the Sacramento Temple!

Kent and I just had a few hours before we had to catch a plane. We grabbed breakfast and walked around Old Town Sac and the K street mall. I sure wish we had more time in Sacramento. There were so many friends that I wanted to catch up with and places I would have loved to show Kent. Maybe next time...


Diana said...

Did you and Kent go get tattoos? :)