Saturday, February 24, 2018

Gilbert Girls Basketball 2017 2018

Gilbert Tigers Girls Basketball
The 2017-2018 season ended a game early for a great Gilbert Tigers Girls Basketball Team. They fell in the 6A State Tournament semifinals to a very good Valley Vista Monsoon. Here are a few Gilbert Highlights from the Gilbert vs Valley Vista at Arizona State University's Wells Fargo Arena. 

Hanna Cavinder 0 

AJ Johnson 2

Brynn Wade 12

Stacy Hock 3, AJ Johnson 2, Leah Millman 11, Haley Cavinder 1, Hanna Cavinder 0

Hanna Cavinder 0

AJ Johnson 2

Hanna Cavinder 0, Haley Cavinder 1

Hanna Cavinder 0
More images from the game: http://www.azdewphoto.com


Saturday, June 17, 2017

Hawaii - Kona & Hilo

Hawaii with the family - May 2017 we spent a week on the Island of Hawaii (the big island). What a beautiful place to be with your favorite people, family. So much to see. We only scratched the surface of the many beautiful places we could have visited there. Must go back! 

































Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Gilbert Tiger Girls Basketball

Gilbert Tiger Girls Basketball 2016-2017 Gilbert Arizona 18-0 at the end of the Regular Season. They are ready to start their journey in the Arizona 6A state tournament. 

Roster: Hanna Cavinder 0, Haley Cavinder 1, Brandi Cavinder 2, Stacy Hock 3, Mikayla Isaacson 5, Leah Millman 11, Tessa Kowalski 12, Kori Jackson 14, Lyric Reed 21, Megan Harmon 23, Kalli Shepherd 24, Shayla Huskey 40, Audri Hagedorn 42, Tiffany Hurd 44. 

Cavinder twins basketball Arizona hoop allstar











Roster: Hanna Cavinder 0, Haley Cavinder 1, Brandi Cavinder 2, Stacy Hock 3, Mikayla Isaacson 5, Leah Millman 11, Tessa Kowalski 12, Kori Jackson 14, Lyric Reed 21, Megan Harmon 23, Kalli Shepherd 24, Shayla Huskey 40, Audri Hagedorn 42, Tiffany Hurd 44. 

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Baby Head In the Family


Everyone Should have a Baby Head

This Baby head has evolved into a contest to see who can do the best job of hiding it in plain sight. It was mostly between me and my youngest daughter but several of the kids participated. I’m not exactly sure how it all got started but it was probably me. 

The baby used to have a body but it came apart when it took a fall out of the bedroom curtains. That is actually okay because the head was easier to hide once it was only a head. My wife is the one who usually finds "Baby Head" and hates it when it’s out of her reach, which is also most of the time. I love it when she has to explain what it is when guests come over. They ask why a baby head is on the vaulted ceilings shelf or above the kitchen sink or in the china cabinet, or even in the birdcage. 

Here are a few of the pictures taken of Baby Head over the past 4 years. 




It hung out in our bird feeder for a while, but for some reason the birds didn't want anything to do with it, even if it was full of seed.






It went camping with us a couple times. 






Raggedy Ann even finds Baby Head a little creepy. 




In 2014 I took the head outside and photographed it in a pile of leaves (It’s more fun than raking leaves). I printed it 20x30 poster size and put it on my daughter’s bedroom wall. The eyes really glow when she has her reading light on. She actually left the poster up for years. 

There was a time the Baby Head was missing but it usually shows up, somewhere. I have found it under my pillow, in the freezer, and high in my closet… really, it could be anywhere. It once went to Colorado hidden in luggage for a volleyball tournament. You never know where it will show up.