Monday, September 27, 2010

a little of this. a little of that.

The days are moving by way too fast. Life is super busy and super fun. I am truly blessed. I thought I would share our last week, Project Life style. I am still taking a photo of something each day that represents what I want my family to remember about the year 2010.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

I have been serving in the Young Woman's program at church for almost a year now. I teach the 16 - 18 year old girls. I love spending time with them and hearing about their lives and adventures. I usually create some type of handout each week that goes with the lesson. This weeks lesson was all about making wise choices. 2010 will go down in my memory as the handout year.

Monday, September 20, 2010


A selfie taken in the car on our anniversary! We are getting pretty good at taking our own pictures -LOL! John and celebrated 14 years of wedded bliss. The day was its normal busy self...soccer practices, homework with the boys, chores, etc... We were able to escape that evening. We went out to dinner and just enjoyed each other.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010


We were able to help welcome home our friend,Elder T.J. Gibson. He has spent the last two years of his life in Brazil serving a mission for our church(The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints). John had the chance to get to know him in the Young men's program. Our boys love and look up to T.J.. It was a very emotional homecoming...especially catching that first glimpse of T.J. at the top of the escalator at the airport.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Green Tangerines is back in business. A big HOORAY in my book. I am back on board designing the Kit of The Week. Here is a little peek at this weeks kit. It is a Back to School theme. I designed it last week but it looks like it will be released as this weeks kit. I am already creating another layout for next week...think Summer highlights/favorites.

Thursday, September 23, 2010

I am not quite sure if I want to remember this stage in life but it surely needs to be documented. Someday, I will hopefully look back on this week with Brody and laugh. Mr. Brody has been into everything. The latest victims were a bag of powdered doughnuts, my white scrapbook table(with black permanent ink), half a bottle of laundry soap, and the top drawer in my bathroom(think make up, tooth paste...oh my!!!!)

Friday, September 24, 2010



Today was the first recognition assembly of the new school year. Garrett received the responsibility award. It was a surprise to him and we were glad that we were there to cheer him on. This is what his teachers(he has two. They split the week up) had to say about him.
"Garrett is a very responsible student. He can be counted on to do his best work, and is a good example to those around him. Garrett is a class leader, and we are lucky to have him in our class." Way to GO Garrett.

Saturday, September 25, 2010


{this isn't my actual Project Life photo...waiting to receive the big group shot that we took before leaving. These are a few of the cute kids from our group at the beach}
I had the chance to camp over night with the youth from our ward. We headed to Dillon Beach right after school on Friday and came home Saturday afternoon. It was a quick 24 hours. I think there were about 40 kids and 10 leaders who went. We enjoyed a camp fire, great meals, camp songs, birthday cupcakes for Kendal, capture the flag till midnight on the sand dunes, cows roaming through our camp and mooing into the wee hours of the morning, not sleeping very well, games on the beach, photo ops and the treasured Slurpee's on the way home. I am very thankful for those friends who helped get our children to and from soccer games while I was away & while John was with Tanner at his San Francisco tournament.

It has been aother great week at the Krupp house.

4 comments:

Raejean said...

I love the Now or Later handouts! Those would be great for FHE or for my Cub Scouts. Thanks for sharing!

lorelie said...

I did that same now and later idea, just changed the paper message that went with it. Three cheers for sugardoodle! =]

DTB said...

Love it - I need to do a little blog catch up ;) Can't wait to go get the KOTW!! - camie

katie said...

My YW would love your handouts....I'm not that nice, or creative! Congrats on the missionary coming home. Our neighbors name is T.J. I've never heard of it before. Our girls call him, "chee-zay". Pretty funny. Hope you guys are good!