Saturday, April 7, 2012

2012 Goals & Happenings - Progress Report for Q1

I'm on track with my 2012 goals so far ... Below is a quick summary of what I've done from January to the end of March.  One of the major things I accomplished was passing my dissertation prospectus which means I'm now in the thick of preparing for data collection and analysis. I'm happy to have the ball rolling. I hope to finish up and graduate sometime this year.

Family Home Evenings:

Wakefields - January

Woodmans - February

Kendricks - March


Twin Falls with Danielle

San Antonio with Amy

Houston with Amy, Jill, Hannah

Scripture Memorization:
Because of this conference talk in October 2011 ...

Alma 7:23
Habakkuk 2:20
Mosiah 2:41
Ether 12:4
Alma 37:34
Mormon 9:21
Matthew 7:7-8
3 Nephi 13:8
Isaiah 65:24
2 Nephi 32:9
Enos 1:6-8
Alma 34:41
Mosiah 16:9

1/2 Marathon Training:
Last Saturday on my 11 mile run. I plan on running in a half marathon on April 28 in Sacramento.

Coaching the Lady Cavemen:
We made it to the semi-finals in the 5A State Tournament. It was lots of fun!

Cooking for One:
Season Two (without sugar and flour) has begun. I've posted the introduction episode and I have already filmed five more. I've posted a few images from these upcoming episodes. Stay tuned.


Fish Tacos with Kathy

Black Bean Hash with Danielle

Frittata with Raven

Tortilla Soup with Amy W

Salmon and Sweet Potatoes with Amy Jo

Other fun and interesting happenings:

Even though the snow was scarce this winter, I did make it cross country skiing one time

I was also able to spend some fun times with my friends while on my temple trips to Idaho and Texas.

Danielle, Kirk, and Chase at Chase's basketball game.

A very thoughtful gift from Danielle from the Container Store.

Austin food trailers with cousin, Macy Robison

Alamo - got to see the basement. Ha Ha Pee Wee!

Hanging with the Staylyns (Suzanne and Jonathan) on 6th Street in Austin, TX. 

Check out Suzanne's t-shirt - see I told you there was a basement!

I'm so pleased with this can crusher which was installed in my pantry. I use it every day!

These totally gross birds made my patio their home and I'm too grossed out and lazy to stop the perpetuation of this nasty species. Anyone else want to help out?

Until next time, folks. I promise to post those Cooking for One episodes before too long.

1 comment:

Julie J. said...

So glad for the update!
Your blog stalker from the Science Fair