I was going through cleaning out an old web server and found this link:
It has links to many old photos. Some from the first digital camera I had…so they are small.
Check them out. When I showed them to Grandma Free she said "Why do they have to grow up?!"
Joshua leaves on his mission to Tokyo on Wednesday July 17th, 2013.
Here is a link to his talk and also a link to a video of the ward choir singing one of Josh's favorite songs "There is a Green Hill Far Away".
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So yesterday we got a great surprise. Urgent Care Extra has a suite at the Suns arena. As part of that they had a special offer that would allow us to buy nosebleed Suns tickets for $5 for last night's game against the Clippers. So I thought it would be a fun thing to do with the kids. Becca had plans but the boys we in.
Then as I was about to order the tickets I get an email that they have some tickets left for the suite if we wanted them. I contacted them instantly and ended up with four tickets to the suite and the parking pass!
So we drive up to our reserved parking spot, walk in to where the "beautiful people" are. We get the free food, the multiple TVs, the couches, and the great view.
What made it even better was the lowly Suns were able to beat the Clippers! It was exciting to the last moment.
Actually, the best part was being with these guys! Thanks Josh, Andrew and Adam!
Watch for yourself.
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I'm sharing a few photos (they are already on facebook but this way they are on our website and Daniel can see them).
Thanks to all for a truly wonderful event. It was pleasant and happy and filling in so many ways.
We love you all! Thanks for gathering with us!
Anna and Chiaki were walking nutmeg when a neighbors dog came and attacked nutmeg killing her. Prayers and positive thoughts will be appreciated........
Pictures from Anna frees facebook...............
Little David and beautiful Rachel got sick yesterday, so at 10:30 pm we ran to the store to buy orange juice and naval oranges.
We've enjoyed a couple of those oranges this morning. One of them was a lot darker than we expected. Both Rachel and I thought we accidentally got grapefruit instead of oranges!
It ended up tasting just like an orange, but our tongues were saying otherwise just before we put it in our mouths.
The picture shows the grape-orange fruit. Next to it, you'll see the leftovers of David's normal-looking orange. Crazy stuff!
At 7:00am in Scottsdale this morning the horn went off and over 400 runners left the starting line. Both men and women JV runners.
As a sophomore, this is Andrew's second year and second time for this course.
It was very muggy this morning and at race time the sun made it above the few clouds heating things up.
He did a great job from the beginning to the end and finished 13th overall getting one of the medals given to the top 25!
See if you can find him in the mob picture. My favorite is the picture of him climbing the hill.
Great job Andrew! (I must have called him Michael three times this morning, I even started typing Michael for this post! weird)
Hello Free family,
I haven't sent a mass text message to everyone, so I thought I ought to let everyone know that Rachel and I have different cell phone numbers:
Please make those changes in your phones/directories.
Mike and Rachel and David
Uncle Dave spoke as a high councilman today in another ward. I decided to attend and thoroughly enjoyed his talk and thought his family would enjoy it as well.
The closing hymn was one I was not familiar with #43 "Zion Stands with Hills Surrounded". The third verse had greater meaning to me:
"In the furnace Go may prove thee,
Then to bring thee forth more bright,
But can never cease to love thee;
Thou art precous in his sight.
God is with thee, God is with thee;
Thou shalt triumph in his might."