Some of the Tribe

Some of the Tribe
Keawe's Baptism

All 7 of us Kids with our kids

All 7 of us Kids with our kids
No Parents, just kids

Thursday, January 23, 2014

A Dream about Dad

This was sent to me (Tonya) during the night of 1/22/2014,  from Kyle Pasley, a soccer coach of Cecilee’s who we have known since Cecilee was 5. His dad was not a member of the church and he had this dream and woke up immediately and wrote this to me. He had never heard dad sing.  Incredible dream and confirmation that dad is still using his beautiful voice to bring the spirit and working hard on his mission on the other side of the veil.

 Tonya: I hope you don't think I am weird but I had a dream last night I feel I should relate to you. I dreamt that I was taken into a room somewhere in heaven. Once I looked in I saw my father sitting at a table at the far end, dressed in a white robe conversing or being taught by others. As I went to go across the room suddenly a man stood and starting singing the most beautiful song in a rich voice. Although I do not know the language at all I instantly recognized it as being sung in Hawaiian and that it was a tribute to the Savior. I sat and listened until the end and was extremely moved by the Spirit. After the song was finished the man who had sung came to greet me. I knew at once it was your father. He shook my hand and told me he needed to visit with my father and to please excuse them. He then went and gathered my father and took him into another room. I looked and waved goodbye. My father gave me a look of love and approval and although not verbalized in the dream I knew your father wished for me to relate that he is busy, happy and anxiously engaged in work on the other side of the veil.

Obviously I was not extremely close to your father and I have no special purview to have any revelation for your family; however I do feel prompted to share. I hope you do not mind. I hope all is well with you and your family.

Kyle Pasley

Sunday, January 12, 2014

JT's Ordination

 JT turned 12 years old and is worthy to receive the Aaronic Priesthood.
So he was ordained a Deacon by his dad and many uncles, & grandpa.
We really felt dad's spirit there with us during the ordination.

 Mom and JT
 Mom and Trevor
(He sure LOVES his grandma)
 Just the Aaronic Priesthood holders:
JT, Trevor, Hannemann, Jaden & Ammon
 Mom & Joe with the Aaronic priesthood holders:
Jaden, JT, Joe, Trevor, Mom, Hannemann & Ammon
 All of our family minus Adam & Becca's family.

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Cousins supporting each other

 Tayvia played basketball against Snow Canyon so we were all there
to support her.
We got a cousin picture of those that were there:
Sydnee, Kali, Keawe, Tayvia, Trevor, Kiana & Devan

Monday, December 23, 2013

Gingerbread Houses 2013

 We love family traditions, that's what keeps families together!!
We gather at Tonya's house to put together Gingerbread Houses, eat Chili &
lots of goodies!!! We had every single one of our families there to participate!

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Mom's Blog Book

All of us kids had mom's book printed.
Dad has always wanted his own book, and now he has one.
Every picture now of our dad is so precious, so I went through a lot of our pictures
and added them to this book, from 2007-2013.
Every single one of us bought a book, because like I said,
"Every picture of our dad, is PRECIOUS & Priceless"
Putting this book together, proved how busy my parents were with all of us kids,
and then the next generation really had them running.
But they LOVED that part of their life!!

Sunday, December 15, 2013

Hannemann receives the Priesthood

 Hannemann received the Aaronic Priesthood by his Dad, Sale Wolfgramm and
Lots of Uncles & cousins who love him.
Dad's spirit is strongly felt at times like these.
He LOVED the priesthood and is so proud of these young men. 


Friday, December 13, 2013

Teancum's Tresured memory of Grandpa

"My memory about my Grandpa is when he take me to school when my mom could not take me and we would go to school and he let me sit in frount. I love my Grandpa I hope I can see him again."
From: Teancum