Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Some Pics of our AZ Trip!

Kayley and Grandma - celebrating Grandma's 70th birthday at Carraba's in Scottsdale.


My mom


Angel food cake at my sister's house after dinner. The girls had to help blow out the candles.


Swimming with cousins. It was still 95 degrees when we left at 9:00 pm.


Our traditional pic of Kayley with G&G and Jake before we head home. She was not happy to leave! It was a long ride home.

We had a fun time in AZ except for the 111 degree temps. I just can't handle it anymore! We saw "Wall-E", got to Hobby Lobby!!! and we also finally made it to Scrapbook Barn! We tried to go 3 yrs ago and got detoured with a fender bender in the parking lot. I had fun spending time shopping with my mom - we don't get to do it often enough.

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