Friday, May 14, 2010

Goodly Parents

So.... could I be any luckier?  I basically have the most incredible parents in the world.  I honestly don't know any better people than the two amazing people who raised me.  I have never seen better examples of charity, kindness, love, acceptance, and patience than what is shown by my parents every day.  Just being with my parents and seeing their examples has been one of the greatest testimony builders in my life.  I tell them I love them everyday but I honestly feel like there is never any way I could ever repay them for all that they have done for me and continue to do for me.  They are both constantly giving without asking for anything in return.  They are so selfless in all that they do, always putting the wants and needs of others first.  I want to marry someone just like my Dad someday.  He is the funniest, sweetest man you will ever meet.  He can always make me laugh.  I hope I can be to my girls what my mom has been to me.  She always knows how to make me feel better with a bowl of ice-cream and my favorite movie.  My Dad and I love our sushi together and my Mom and I will always love our ice-cream.  Oh how special the connections with food and family.  haha.  This whole rant has been a product of an incredible day spent with my lovely parents in the beautiful London, England.  Of course I bawled like a baby when I saw them and when we had to say goodbye but in between those two times I was as happy as can be.  This post is more for me than for the average viewer of my blog but I just had to proclaim to the world that yes it's true I really do have the very best parents.  I love them with all my heart and I'm so grateful for them.  They really are my very best friends.  :) more pics to come.  


  1. Hey I know this is the weirdest thing I could possibly say, but if you ever get the chance, go to a restaurant called POD. It is some of the best food you'll ever eat!