Little miss Shayla was playing softball in gym class, slipped on the mud, landed on her wrist weird, and the result... a fractured wrist! She did not think it was broken, and so we waited a day or so. Shayla is not a fan of going to the Dr. so when she told me we better go get it checked, I knew she must be hurting. She was mostly disappointed because she had her final dance comp this weekend. It was in Provo, so we went down Friday night to stay the night. Unfortunately we were not smart enough to get the waterproof kind. We tried to wrap it so she could swim but it didn't work. A few changes were made in her dances, but she danced like a pro!! She did not let it stop her one bit, she was a team player for sure.
Rich and I were married March 22, 1988 in the Salt Lake Temple. Our family quickly grew to 6, with our 4 children in 9 years. For the past 18 years we have lived in Syracuse, and really feel like this is home. Family is what it is all about!
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4/27/89 to 4/30/07 Chelsea is our "Light on a Hill" We love her and miss her so much