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-Lindsey Whelan Hughlett
Sunday, December 14, 2008
December 20th, 8-11 pm, at 1604 McGreg Ln, Carrollton
Come celebrate my 30th birthday with us! It is a "dress up" party, which means: Dress up any way you want! Costumes, Accessories, Fancy dress...anything goes, as long as it isn't normal for you! We will have prizes for anything that Shauna likes, so... crazier, prettier, more original, more creative = better!!! Also, if you would like to participate in our White Elephant gift exchange, bring a wrapped gift ($0-$5). Again, think out of the box and over the top!!! I hope to see you there!!! P.S. For those of you coming from out of town, I will bring extra costume pieces, accessories and props so you won't feel left out! Also, and more importantly, WE WILL HAVE THE BYU v. Arizona BOWL GAME ON AT THE PARTY... TELL THE GUYS SO THEY'LL AGREE TO COME!!!
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Thursday, November 20, 2008
Hi! I love all your Halloween pics! How did you all get your husbands to dress up? I'm amazed! We had a fun Halloween. I went trick-or-treating with the kids this year while Jason passed out candy. It was Ayla's first time to go. She was an 80s rocker. Noah and Joshua were ninjas. They thought the best part was when I let go of the wagon for a minute and it went hurling down a neighbors drive way. I had to make a dive for it and caught it about an inch from the road! They loved telling daddy that story! Luckily no one was in the wagon! I didn't dress up, but I did spray my hair pink for our ward trunk-or-treat. No picture though. I hope everyone is well. I'm sure were all bracing ourselves for the holiday season! Have any of you started any cool holiday traditions in your family, or carried on any from childhood? Do share! :)
Friday, November 14, 2008
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I guess I never did the family update/introductory post. The last time I saw most of you was at BYU. Since then, I served a mission in South Africa and met Dustinn (handsome guy above) a few weeks after I returned. Now we live just outside of Washington D.C. He's a management consultant and his current client is the DOD. (In the 3 years we've been married, we've moved inter-State eight times. It was really exciting at first but now we are happy that we get to stay put for the next 2 years. Btw, if you want to see D.C., we love visitors!) Dustinn is actually a native Texan, just from the other side of Grapevine Lake.
I've often thought about how fortunate we (girls) were to grow up with such phenominal, faithful, respectful guys like Jared Deter, Jon Cottle, the Mitchells, the Hinckleys, Ben Hewett, Ezra Hood, Jason Weaver, Brett Spjut, etc. The bar had been set high. When I met Dustinn I knew that he was that quality of man. He is good through and through.
Last but not least, our first child (the chubby, handsome little guy above) is named Bradshaw. He is 13 months old and loves to talk to everyone and everything.
Anyway, Jacksons...Meet the Jacksons, They're a modern stoneage family. From the town of Bedrock, They're a page right out of history.
Here's me and my family all decked out for Halloween. Sorry about Melena's face... it's really hard to get 5 people to look and smile at a camera all at once! haha! Sadly, my bedsheet toga isn't very slimming, but since I am pregnant with the final Sorenson family installment, I didn't really plan on looking like a goddess! Genna is Supergirl, Melena is a witch, Brennan is Mater (from Cars), Brice is an international soccer player, and I'm Medusa. We had a great Halloween and we'd love to see pictures from everyone else's Fright Nights too!