Our Family

Doug, Karna, Keturah, Claire, and Owen

Doug, Karna, Keturah, Claire, and Owen

Meghan & Jeremy + 5; Connor, Saydie, Carson, Sicily & Colton

John, Kirsten, Ayla, Xane, Talon, and River

6 Responses to Our Family

  1. john says:

    Those are some good looking families!

  2. Wendi Jagerson says:

    How fun to see all your children and grandchildren on one page like this! Yay for blogs. :)

  3. Debbie Zweig says:

    Hello Reeds,

    I guess I should say Elder & Sister Reed! I am really slow and bad at writing to my missionary friends! I love the blog though – I just today registered and received my password. I don’t really know what that means, but I guess it makes me an official blog reader fan.

    Karen’s birthday is coming up – tomorrow as a matter of fact. So…..Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday to you! Happy Birthday dear Karen (Sister Reed)!! Happy Birthday to you!!!!!!

    I miss seeing your happy smiling faces. But it looks like you are doing some marvelous work and really making a difference there. What a beautiful area, it looks very clean.

  4. Tab Nielsen says:

    Elder and Sister Reed. It is obvious from your blog that all is going very well. Glad to hear and see that. I’ve been asked to be your home teacher while you are on your mission. If there is anything you want to know about the Ward let me know. I will be happy to get the information and pass it on.

    Jake is on his mission in Washington and loving it. Ressa is own her mission, currently in Liberty, and loving it. They are both growing so much, especially their testimonies. They both talk about working with their wards especially the youth. I imagine that you feel the same way.

    Both Carolyn and I look forward to one day being able to serve. It has to wait until I can retire. Sometimes I fell like that is still a lifetime away.

    We are grateful for the example you both set. Wish you both the best.

    Love Bro and Sis Nielsen

  5. gary bole says:

    Hello Bro and Sis Reed, This is a wonderful blog…however,it has taken us a year to learn how to use it. We are so happy for you and we think of you so often and we keep you in our prayers. It looks like you are very busy and happy and we can only imagine how lucky the people are to have you there. To experience the Temple dedication is so wonderful and we are sure you will never forget it! Someday we will have to hear all about it in person! We love you and wish you well, we just wanted to say hello and tell you we so enjoy reading all about your mission. You are a great example to us (of course you always have been). Much love, Gary and Irene

  6. tessaraczynski says:

    Am i related?

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