Dear Little Angel,
This last month, we have once again, taken the family to the mountain man rendezvous of Wyoming. Like before each of our children loved the time spend in large canvas tents, wearing clothes representative of the 1800's, searching baskets filled with treasures from the previous camping trips and attending church outside in the frosted grass by the old Mormon wall. Each day as the sun rises and warms the day, the bag pipes can be heard from with in the fort walls. Unlike other trips, each night and sometimes in the day, the rains would keep us bundle next to the fire as we talk, listen to friends sing, and laugh. Some people would find the pounding rain, and gusty winds a miserable addition to a camping trip, but these times always prove to be our most treasured. While at the Rendezvous, Aleena found a little lantern that was meant to hold a candle. With a little imagination, she was soon filling the lantern with fairies as she carried it around the camp, informing everyone to look at her fairies. If someone attempted to open the lantern she would scold the would be trespasser, "Don't you dare let my fairies out!"