Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Christmas Letter 2009



Well 2009 is rapidly rushing to a close. In fact, it appears that the decade is also ending. It is so amazing. I remember as a kid thinking about the year 2000 and it seemed like such a long time in the future and now we are ten years into the new millennium. Once again, the Boivie family had a good year.

This year was fun, but a little less crazy than last year (thankfully so). We did not have any broken bones or stitched up faces. In fact, I think we made it a whole year without a trip to the emergency room.

The highlight of our year was our fabulous summer. We spent six weeks visiting family in Colorado, Idaho, and Utah and it was truly wonderful. We escaped the oppressive heat of Tucson and we just had lots of fun. The only downside was that it was hard at times to transition back
into our normal lives.



This year we want to send best wishes out to all of our friends and family that we love. Much of our happiness is drawn from your love and warmth and we appreciate you all so much.



Below are a few of our year's highlights that we posted about on our blog.

Valerie's Visit
Our Talented Kids
Rhianna's Birthday
Family Reunion in Colorado
Visiting Family in Idaho
Seeing Great-Grandparents in Utah
Grown-ups only in Chicago
Rand's Birthday
Seth's Birthday
Krista's Visit and Thanksgiving

5 comments:

Maria said...

I love your pictures. Did Krista take them? Happy holidays, Boivies!

Andrea said...

Merry Christmas! I love your pictures.What a good looking and happy family.

Meagan said...

Merry Christmas Boivie Family! It sounds like you guys had a wonderful year! Your kids are all growing up so quickly! What a beautiful family you have!

Becca LeSueur said...

Great update! We hope you have a Merry Christmas too. And always feel free to visit when you're in Gilbert/Mesa area. We'd love to see you guys again. John and Rebecca LeSueur
johnandbeccalesueur.blogspot.com

Rachelle said...

Merry Christmas - I really liked the shot of everyone walking together - hooray for Reid Park!