A full day was planned for our Memorial day activities, so we visited the Provo cemetery on the Sunday before to visit the grave sites of grandparents and great-grandparents on Jason's side of the family.
Brevin and Spencer posed by the headstones of
some of the namesakes of their middle names.
Ella made sure that all potted flower within the
vicinity were properly saturated, while Garrett tested
out the jumping height of several of the headstones.
Monday morning we traveled north to Logan to visit my mother's grave. We also took the children by the Logan temple and the Brigham City temple. They were closed for the holiday, but we were still able to get some pictures near the grounds.
On our way home, we were invited to Clark and Lisa's home for a barbecue lunch and for a chance to shoot some hoops, dig around in the sandbox, and jump on the trampoline with cousins. Grandma and Grandpa Gilliland were also there, and we had such a nice visit.
Our final stop on our trip was the West Warren Cemetery where I could pay tribute to my brother, Brad.
After a full day of activities, I returned home with a full heart. I'm grateful for loving family relationships, and for the temples that allow those relationships to be perpetuated beyond the grave. Those are certainly reasons worth celebrating.
This post authored by Amber