GO Motors Car Show. Thanks to all the friends who loaned their cars! The girls having lunch and enjoying the sun. Emma and the Tesla. Notice all the men behind the car? They couldn't stop drooling! The boys. Sleeping on the job!:)
So I am a bit late posting about Go Motors anniversary but it was so much fun and a great success! Kent worked so hard to get everything ready and thanks to our friend who loaned us the Tesla we had a great crowd of car enthusiasts. If you want to know more about the Tesla google it! It is an amazing electric sports car that require no maintenance really as well as no gas. I will be honest...I didn't really know much about the Tesla but the 150-200 people who came to see it knew what they were talking about and drooled all over it! The girls loved hanging out with dad at his work and we want to thank all our friends and family who showed up to support us. It was a fun day and I am so proud of Kent who has worked so hard this year to get the business up and running. Thank goodness we made it through the first year! I really don't think we will ever be able to top this day with anything more fun than the Tesla but here's to many more years of trying!:)
Just wanted to let you know that Kent's shop, Go Motors, was featured on the news today along with the Tesla roadster. (actually it was more like the Tesla featured with Go Motor's) Check it out if you are interested at www.ksl.com. It is all in preparation for Go Motor's 1 year anniversary on June 27th. Everyone is welcome!:) Check out his website for more information. www.drivegomotors.com
Me and my sisters minus Liz...I don't know where she was!
I am blessed to have 4 sisters in my life. Blessed it the right word because they are my best friends, mentors, confidants, and inspirations. We were not always like this. Growing up I was like all other siblings and fought with them about clothes mostly. But as we all have grown up we have really become each others biggest support system through our new lives of being wives, having children and becoming adults. So, you may wonder why I am writing about my best friends but I think it is because I have been thinking a lot about them lately. Right after I had the boys I was waiting in the recovery room and Kent was bouncing back and forth between me and the boys and then all of a sudden my mom and Sarah peaked around the corner of the curtain and I just started to cry! After Kent had called my mom to let her know we were in the hospital but never called her back, my mom then called the hospital and they told her that I was in surgery. So I guess Sarah and my mom jumped in the car and raced up to be with me and Kent thankfully! They also took care of the phone tree to get the word out that we had the boys and that Mack was being life flighted to Primary's. On top of all that Liz then came to the hospital and Hannah called and Katie came the next day and I felt so much love! Since then I have not gone a day without talking to at least one sister and really probably two or three. Every day! I am so lucky! So today I watched as my girls worked on their own sister bond. Claire had some therapy today at the house and before it started I told Emma that it was Claire's thing and that as long as she was quiet she could stay and watch and hopefully help out. I then sat on the couch and watched while the therapist worked with Claire. It was so amazing to watch Emma say "yah, Claire! Good Job Claire!" every time Claire was able to use her left hand and do what the therapist was asking. It was so sweet for me to think that they are building their relationship at such young ages. I don't know if they will have the same fights I did with my sisters...I am sure they will. But I do know that they are lucky to have each other. There is nothing like sisters. Don't you agree?
Kent and I got married in 2002 after meeting in our soph. english class at DHS. We have been living in Utah for the past 9 years and 8 are back in Davis County! You can leave and explore but will always end up back in Farmington!:)
Kent works in the running event industry. He worked for Ragnar Events for 3 years and just this past September started working for The Color Run. He loves the challenge of putting on races for thousands of people trying to just have fun and run. :) He is awesome at it and I am grateful for his hard work to support our family!
We have 4 kids. Emma who is 7 and is such a diva. She is so funny and articulate and a joy to have in the family. Claire is 6 and is a very special spirit in our home. She has her own trials which in turn has taught us so many life lessons. We have our twin boys Mack and Morgan who are 3 and so much fun! We are expecting #5, a boy in June and hope we survive. :)
I am a full time mom and full time harpist. I teach 28 students a week out of our home and somehow try and juggle to joys of being a mom a freelance musician and the joys of being a teacher. I don't do it well but love it all!
We are always up for an adventure and love to travel!