Thursday, August 12, 2010

It's a boy!

Weston and I found out that we are soon going to be blessed with a new addition to our home. We are going to be having a baby boy in January. It is so exciting/the scariest thing that we have ever done!

Now we are just looking forward to preparing for the new arrival and all the joy that comes with it!
(Pictures will be up soon!)

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Bringing home the bacon!

I am super thrilled right now and I have to share the good news with everyone! Weston just got his first official job! He is growing up so fast. He was one of the 14 individuals to be hired around the nation as a team leader at Discover Card. We still aren't quite sure what he will be doing but he is supposed to be able to move into an executive position eventually. He starts in July and gets to go to Chicago for 3 weeks of training, which means that I get to go on vacation :) I am so super proud of him and he is relieved after weeks of worry, stress and searching!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Friends of the week!

We have some of the greatest friends in the world and we were able to spend a great weekend with them. On Saturday we had a friendly BBQ with our new grill

The Ereksons joined us
With Katie and Ericka
Fa and Kelsey

The cute boys, Sto, Blair and my love Weston
Virginia and I

On Friday night we got crazy and hit up the bowling lanes. Virginia beat us all but we still looked good
Boys think they are so funny
Our group!

We actually are funny

Cody and Whit RoseboroughVirginia and Blair (almost Prowse-Scott)
Thursday night I was able to go to dinner with my dear friend Darcy who I miss so super much
Me and the blonde team. Darcy, me, Katie, Kelsey, Ericka

Happy Easter 2010

We went down to the good old farm for Easter. Here is my dad and his mini me loading hayWe colored a bunch of eggs with the boys for Easter. We will just say it was artistic. Wes got a little carried away with his fun
Spitting image

Wendy and Gar
Wendy and Hayden

Hayden at his easter egg hunt in Moroni
Hayden was teaching Weston how to be a real cowboy by roping him and then holding him hostage
Hayden also was so kind to show Weston his wrestling moves

The most fun we've had in a week

Weston and I were able to go to the Jazz game when they played the Thunder. We won in overtime by 1. And we got to see it all from the 7th row!
Over the last couple of weeks we have been really lucky to do some really fun things. Me and Megan were able to hit up the slopes right after it had pounded for 2 days. It was one of the best snow days I have ever had. We were on our way up to Brighton but saw that Solitude was having a $39 lift deal. It was all powder and blue skies until we got tired and left in the afternoon
Weston, Mark, Vicki, and I were lucky enough to go to the Michael Buble concert. He was AWESOME. Not only did we get to see Michael but 5 days later we had the opportunity to see MUSE. They were pretty much the most incredible band ever!

We had to walk 4 blocks in the freezing rain. We made the most of it but we all got splashed by a fast moving car while we stood on the corner waiting to cross the street

Sunday, March 28, 2010


I can't believe that it has already been a year for Weston and I as a married couple. They say the first year is always the hardest; so if it only gets better from here I am pretty excited for eternity because it has already been a dream. We had a great evening together as I sent Weston on a small scavenger hunt for the day and he gave me the most BEAUTIFUL flowers ever. Loving Weston has been the greatest thing that has ever happened to me and I thank the lord everyday that we have been sealed together for all time and eternity. I think our relationship is as close to perfect as possible. I keep him on his toes and he puts up with me.

I can't wait to see what challenges and stories the next year brings!

Friday, March 19, 2010

GO GRIFFINS! Griffin Updates from Nationals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – No. 4 seed Westminster College (Utah) battled its way to an 80-74 victory Thursday against Evangel University (Mo.) in the first round of the 2010 Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship at Municipal Auditorium.Junior forward Ben Walker paced the Griffins with 21 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots in the contest. Senior forward Weston Anderson contributed 17 points, five rebounds and a team-leading five assists, while junior guard Michael Stockton came off the bench to add 15 points and five assists for Westminster. Senior forward Blair Prowse registered 10 points for the Griffins, who shot nearly 61 percent from the field in the second half (14-of-23) to post the victory.Westminster now moves into the second round of tournament action on Friday at 2:15 p.m. CT. The Griffins will meet No. 13 seed Azusa Pacific University (Calif.).“I was really proud of our guys today,” said Westminster head coach Tommy Connor. “When we got down (in the second half) things weren’t going our way and we battled back. It showed a lot of courage. We haven’t played from behind much this year so that was good for our guys.”The game featured eight ties and 10 lead changes. The final deadlock came at 61-61 when Evangel junior forward Johnathan Huskisson drilled a three-pointer with 4:12 to play. Westminster responded by scoring the next seven points to regain a 68-61 advantage with just under three minutes left. Evangel tried to rally down the stretch, but would only get as close as 73-69 after Huskisson hit the last of his five three-pointers on the afternoon with 46 seconds remaining.Westminster was able to hold off the Crusaders from the free throw line in the closing seconds, hitting six attempts from the stripe in the final 44 seconds.The teams played evenly in the first half. The largest lead for either squad was five points, and Evangel used a pair of baskets in the final minute of the period to tie the score at 30-30 heading into the locker room.Five different players reached the double-figure mark in the scoring column for Evangel, led by Huskisson with 22 points. He also had a game-high four steals along with seven rebounds. Sophomore guard Mitch McHenry and junior center Mike Storey each netted 12 points, while junior forward Chad Gillaspy posted a double-double of 11 points and a team-high 10 rebounds. Freshman guard Jayme Donnelly added 10 points for the Crusaders.Evangel wrapped up its 2009-10 season with an overall record of 20-13.NOTES: Westminster is making its 10th appearance overall at the tournament and with the win improves to 4-10 all-time in tournament play … Evangel is making its first appearance in the Division I tournament after participating in eight Division II tourneys …The win sends the Griffins to the second round for only the third time in school history … This was the first meeting between the two teams … Westminster’s Ben Walker finished the game with 21 points. He has now scored at least 10 points in 25 of 32 games this season … With his 10 rebounds Evangel’s Chad Gillaspy moved into 11th place on the school’s single-season rebound list … The Heart of America Athletic Conference is 0-2 in the 2010 tournament with one team (William Jewell College) still to play in the first round.

Thursday, March 11, 2010



I celebrated my 24th birthday this year and my coworkers were kind enough to decorate my office for me.
Also we had the opportunity to celebrate Jaron's 12th birthday and see him ordained a Deacon. We are very proud of him and his achievements!

Congratulations Griffins! Conference and Conference tournament Champs

The Westminster Basketball team won the Conference Tournament Championships in a close game on Monday March 8th, 2010. The Griffins will head off to Kansas City on Monday March 15th for Nationals


SALT LAKE CITY – Frontier Conference Commissioner Kent Paulson announced the 2009-2010 men's basketball all-conference team today. Westminster placed Weston Anderson, Blair Prowse, and Ben Walker on the first team. Griffins head coach Tommy Connor was named the Coach of the Year.

“I’m very happy for our three players that made the first team,” Connor said. “All three have had terrific years and are very deserving of being named first team all-conference.”

Anderson, a 6-4 senior guard from Salt Lake City, is averaging 12.7 points per game and is third in the conference in assists at 3.7 per contest. He has scored in double figures 24 times this season. Anderson was named second team all-conference last season.

Prowse, a 6-4 senior guard from South Jordan, Utah, in ninth in the conference in scoring at 14.9 points per game and his 2.9 treys per night is the second most in the Frontier. He has led the team in scoring 11 times this season and has reached double figures on 21 occasions. Prowse was named first team all-conference during his sophomore season of 2007-08.

Walker, a 6-7 junior forward from Lehi, Utah, makes the first team during his first season at Westminster. He leads the team in scoring and rebounding and is his 67.4% field goal percentage is third nationally. He has 42 blocked shots this season which puts him on top of the school single season and career leader board.

The three players in the first team matches a school record set two other times. The Griffins also placed three on the first team following the 2005-06 and 2007-08 seasons.

This marks the fifth time that Connor has been named the Coach of the year by the Frontier Conference.

Sunday, March 7, 2010


Weston and I finally got our first BBQ to the house. We got if for Christmas and got it delivered yesterday by his dad (who so kindly put all 300 pieces together for us)