Summer Photo catch-up!

The last three weeks have given me exactly what I wanted.  The nice scheduled school life.  🙂  So in a way it has settled down, but then it is still as busy as ever.  I guess what the difference is,is that we are on a schedule now so it is much easier to manage everything.  Both Garion and Kayla have started soccer and are doing great. They have had two games now and both their teams have won both games.  It has taken Kayla  a while to adjust to her new schedule. Between kindergarten and soccer she has been a little shy and unsure lately.  This is really not a part of her personality that I have seen before.  She struggles to go into her kindergarten class because she doesn’t have any close friends there.  And she has a good time at soccer practice after she spends half the practice attached to my arm telling me that she wants me.  I am not sure how to help her have more confidence, but I am learning to be more patient with her and I am just trying to really encourage her and let her know that I am always going to be here and then reassure her that she is going to make new friends as she learns and participates.  I am not sure she believes me.  Other then her timidity, she is dong really well.  She loves to do her homework and is as helpful as ever around the house.  You know, when I threaten death and torture, she is more then willing to do her chores. 🙂

Garion is doing really well at school and in soccer and in scouts.  As part of the soccer package, the kids got a free ticket to a Salt Lake Real soccer game.  Last night they had a special promotion that all the AYSO kids got to go onto the field with the team and sing the National Anthem before the game.  Kayla decided she didn’t want to go, so Garion and I had a special date to the game.  It was totally fabulous!  It was a lot of confusion when we first got there.  It took us a lot of wandering, standing and asking to get to the right line for the kids to line up.  We found the majority of the kids on his team before we found his coach, who was suppose to take them onto the field.  Parents weren’t allowed.  Once we were all together, we joined the chaos of kids and coaches waiting to enter the field.  I was surprised that it was as unorganized as it was.  There was no lines or meeting places or anything.  It was up to the individuals to arrange their own meeting places with their kids.  I was scared to death that I was going to lose Garion in the crowd after the National Anthem.  We designated a meeting place and I told him that if we got separated anyway, to ask a worker help him find his seat.  He then put his ticket in his sock and I reluctantly left him to the chaos.  It turned out to be really neat.  All the kids entered the field with their coaches, several hundred of them, then Real came out and then the Anthem was sung.  Garion and I found each other right away and had a great time watching the game after that.  We got some greasy food to eat and soda to drink and had a great time talking about soccer and just about any other random thing we could think about.  Garion spent the entire car  ride home talking to my mom on the phone and I was really surprised because I didn’t know he had that kind of communication in him.  🙂  After we got home, we had some ice cream with Jason and then called it a night.  I am totally going to add one on one dates with kids into our calender.  It was soo much fun!

Brynn is the same.  When Kayla started Kindergarten, Brynn would cry the whole way home because she couldn’t stay and go to school with her.  She has stopped those tantrums, thankfully, and now just follows the big kids around trying to be included.  She is a cutie pie!!

Jason has been busy working and camping.  Over Labor Day weekend, he went backpacking with 5 of his guy friends for 3 days.  I tried asking him what they did up there and I kinda wished I hadn’t.  When you start hearing about fart jokes, sphincter scales and other gross guy things, you learn that the curiosity isn’t necessarily worth it.  🙂  I am just glad they had a good time and came home safe.  This is the second year they went, and I am pretty sure it is going to be an annual even from now on.

I have had fun over the last two weeks re-dong my living room.  We got rid of our old couches and got a new one.  We have inherited a bit of new furniture from Jason’s mom and it has turned my living room into the semi-formal retreat I have always wanted it to be.  With a little bit of help from IKEA to fill in the blanks, and the rearranging of our existing accessories, I have a new room.  I LOVE IT!!!

Well, I am going to post a bunch of pictures at the end here.  A bunch from the summer, Finally pictures of Kayla’s birthday cake, soccer games and some photos of the living room.  Enjoy!

Back to school time!

The last 2 weeks have been crazy!!  We have been to 8 doctors appointments (doctor, dentist, eye doctor and urologist), cleaned out our bedroom and put in a new bed set, had a great birthday party for Kayla, started soccer practice, met Garion’s teacher, had Kayla’s kindergarten assessment, School started for Garion, I ran a half marathon,I jammed 51 pints of plum jam from our tiny tree in the back yard (and we aren’t done yet!!), Jason paintballed in Idaho, and Garion had pack meeting for scouts, etc.  I am out of breath just remembering our schedule!!  It seems like the two weeks before school each year get really busy, but this year has been the busiest yet by far.  I am just hoping and praying that this isn’t a trend of increased busyness each year.  If it is, then next year will kill me for sure and I won’t even have Brynn in school yet. 🙂  I am really beginning to understand and appreciate the importance of calendaring.  Without it I would have been lost.  Because of this new appreciation, I have added a new phone to my Christmas list. 🙂  A smart phone so that I can have my calendar and address book with me at all times.  And, probably most importantly, a calendar that I can add to when I am out and about.  I do almost all of my phone calls while I am in the car and almost all of my appointments are made when I am NOT at home.  Anyway, I am very excited for life to settle down into the school routine and get back to normal.

Well, normal for this year anyway.  It will be quite different because Kayla is starting kindergarten!!  As I mentioned above, she turned 5 this last week and we had an awesome birthday party for her.  It was a princess Barbie themed party complete with a barbie cake that I made with a real barbie doll.  (I will post pictures later this afternoon.)  We started with a craft of making necklaces and bracelets and headbands.  This was really fun, but a little too advanced for 5 year olds.  All 9 of them needed help at the same time.  In spite of it all though, they came out with several very cute pieces of jewelry.  We then moved to the pinata which was a unicorn.   This didn’t turn out exactly how I had it planned either because it broke open on the second person to hit it.  Nice hit Allison!!  Luckily, the plethora of candy that then became available dispelled any complaints from the girls that didn’t get a chance to take a swing at it.  🙂  Next came Kayla’s favorite part.  The presents.  She got every thing from jewelry, to makeup , to a gumball machine, to stickers with her name on them and a personalized notepad.  She was very excited!  She is still trying to carry everything around with her that she can all the time.  I can understand, sometimes it is hard decide what to play with!  So why not play with it all at the same time. 🙂  Last, we did the cake.  This was hard for me.  I had a little bit of drama making the cake, so it was hard to cut into it.  But that is the point and to my delight, it tasted very good!  It was my first time making and decorating with homemade butter cream frosting.  It was excellent, if I do say so myself. One last note on Kayla.  She started soccer practice this week.  She has 2 more practices next week and then her first game on Saturday the 29th.  She is on a team with only 3 other kids, all girls.  She is the only one without previous experience, but I Think she is going to really enjoy it.  We are going to spend some time this week as a family playing so that she can get a little more practice before her next practice.

Garion started third grade on Thursday.  This is the first year that we have had to supply supplies for him for class.  Not much, just a binder a dry erase marker, and pencil box.  He was very excited to go to the store and pick out his stuff for class.  As I am sure you all know, there is a TON of stuff for the kids to choose from.  It gets hard to explain over and over again why he doesn’t need the $20 camo binder with fifty pockets, a ruler, pencil case and built in flashlight for third grade and only the $.97 one. 🙂  But in the end, we found some great stuff and off he went.  He is riding his bike this year again, only this year he is riding with his friend Tyler who has started 1st grade.  I am much relieved that he has a riding buddy for the year.  His teacher is Mrs. Jackson, who happens to be the wife of his football coach from last year.  It is a small world!  🙂  His first day of school went well.  He likes his teacher, his best school friend, Joshua Callahan, is in his class and he eats lunch before he plays this year instead of the other way around  (like it was last year, which I didn’t know.)  Garion is also starting soccer, but his practices start this week.  His first game is also on the 29th.  Luckily enough for me, both games are at the same time at the same place on boardering fields.  So I can stand in the middle and cheer both of them on.  Hopefully!  Garion has been working hard in scouts.  In the last 2 weeks he has passed off a wolf requirement and earned his compass and map beltloops.  Good job Garion!

Brynn has been doing a good job being happy as we drag her all over the place with us.  She is turning into the epitome of a 2 year old.  She tells everyone that she can that she is 2, she loves to giver her opinion and pretend that Kayla’s new things belong to her, and she loves to talk to me.  Beware to those who don’t answer her on her first calling of your name.  The second and third time calling turns into screaming and it is almost as cute as it is annoying.  Almost.  Brynn has had a growth spurt over the summer and is now wearing 2T and sometimes 3T.  She has also grown in her vocabulary.  She is talking in complete sentences most of the time and her articulation is becoming very good.  I was a little worried that she would be bored once Kayla starts school, but the more I Think about it, the more I am SURE she will be happy to have some solo mom time!

Jason has been crazy at work.  I guess this time of year just has stress written all over it whether it is at school or work.  To make matters worse, he has been battling a sinus infection.  He finally went to the doctor and got on an antibiotic so he is feeling much better.  He left almost as early as I did Saturday morning to drive up to Idaho for the day to paintball.  I was glad he was able to go since he hasn’t had a chance almost all summer.  He had a great time, despite the heat and came home with some nice welts on his back to show off. 🙂  Jason has been busy this summer getting some major yard work done.  We are expanding our BBQ pit so that it doesn’t block the gate to our neighbors house, and we are trying as always to grow a garden.  There is a definite learning curve here.  Jason is more knowledgeable than myself and because of this, he does the majority of the work out there.  He has also been busy helping me get the house organized.  As I mentioned above we got a new bedroom set that we inherited from his mom and so to get it in the room, we had to organize and clean out the old set.  We are also in the process of organizing the basement to move in a new desk and the garage as we clean out all the baby stuff.  For some reason (probably because we have been gone traveling for most of the last 2 months), most of this organization has had to happen in the last two weeks.  I have no idea what I would do without him.  Thanks for putting up with me and my craziness honey!

As for myself, I have been going crazy trying to keep up with everything.  I have discovered about myself that I do not do well under pressure.  When I get tired, I fall to pieces.  Hence the importance of calendering.  If I am organized in time, I am happy while I work.  Yesterday, I ran the Hobble creek half marathon with my best friend Michelle and it was totally fun!  There really isn’t a greater feeling than crossing the finish line 20 minutes faster then you thought you would and knowing that you gave it your all and the months and months of training have paid off beautifully!  It is quite an emotional experience.  My sister in law Heather ran it as well and did a great job coming in at 2hours 6 minutes.  Michelle and I came in at 2 hours and 32 minutes.  🙂  Now that the race is over and school is underway, I am on a quest to finish the processing of all our plums, and then move on to our apples.  I am pretty sure the rhubarb needs to be harvested as well as some peppers, garlic, and onions.  Another personal revelation that I have had this summer is that I really don’t like to garden.  It is hot and their are spiders and I usually am really behind on my house work, which goes even more to pot when I have to work in the yard.  Then all the produce becomes ripe right around the time school is starting and it is one more big and time consuming project to harvest it all and then preserve it.  So, I don’t like to garden.  But I would be lying if I didn’t say that I love to look at all the pretty jars of preserved food on our shelves and see the rewards of our labors.  It is satisfying!

Poop Panic!!

I can barely see while I am writing this since my eyes are still recovering from PRK. But I couldn’t let the opportunity go by to tell everyone about our little experience this morning. Jason has been taking the kids to Jeremy and Heathers house for the last few days so that I can lay in bed all day with my eyes closed and ice packs on (Thanks Heather!). Except on Tuesday when they played at my friend Michelle’s house. (Thanks Michelle!)

This morning I was trying to help the kids get dressed and the girls to get their hair done so they could leave on time with Jaosn. Brynn is 2 years old right now and ready to potty train. I have been waiting, however, for a time that was convienient to me to train her. A time when we will be home for a week or two with out many places to go. Well, I don’t think I can put it off much longer. Brynn wanted to sit on her potty and “go potty” just like Kayla this morning. When they were finished I had this brilliant idea to just fix their hair while we were already in the bathroom. Even though Brynn didn’t have a diaper on. I did Brynn first, rather quickly. Then it was Kayla’s turn. She wanted pig tails. Slightly more time consuming, but still easy when she holds still. Just as I was putting the last loop on her second pig tail, I hear Brynn start to scream. It started out as a normal I am unhappy scream. This can relate to anything in life that makes Brynn unhappy. Which is usually anything that doesn’t give her what she wants. I wasn’t too concerened. However, in a matter of seconds her scream went from “I am unhappy” to “Somebody save me I am DYING!!” screaming. Needless to say I was very concerned, so I abandoned Kayla’s hair and ran into the bedroom to see what crazy monster Brynn was fighting for her life. Really I excepted to se her hanging from the bunkbed about to fall or something. I almost laughed out loud at the scene presented to me.

Brynn was standing in the middle of three little piles of poop with some on her hand and all over her feet. This was Brynn’s first experience pooping without a diaper on. It scared her to death!! She was completely panicking trying to step away from it, but everytime she tried to walk away she would step in it. Making her panic more. IIt was really quite funny, if you can just not think about the grossness of it all. 🙂 Especially because Brynn has a small case of OCD when it comes to being dirty. She HATES it. It is most apparent at meal times when she stops eating and refuses to contiue until you wipe off her hands and clothes or bib or whatever it is on her person that is dirty. I am not sure if she is this way at other peoples houses when I am not there. But at home, she is very picky about it. So try to imagine if you will a bare butt naked little Brynn standing in poop trying to figure out what is happening to her while screaming at the top of her lungs and trying to run away but can’t because she has poop on her feet and can’t walk.

If I had had the presence of mind to make her stand there in it while I got my camera, I would have taken a picture. But that would have been cruel anyway. I will just have to try to keep my camera more handy so it can be used in emergencies next time.

I have been putting off potty training for several months now. I guess my time is up. Once we cross the poop line, it has to be done. Oh joy!! But the upside is that we won’t have to pay for diapers anymore!

January and February Update

I was kidding myself when I thought I was going to be able to write a series of blogs catching up on the holidays.  I hardly have time to keep a current blog, let alone one making up for past time.  I have tried several times to write a blog post, but every time I get on my mind is filled with anger and indignation about what is happening in our country, that I get writers block.  I want to write about my family, but I get clouded over with other things and can’t focus.  It has gotten so bad for me that in order to make sense of my thoughts, I have had to take a break from the computer and the articles and the commentary for a while.  I am hopefully back now and can write coherently.

I will start with my family.  We have had Strep throat going through our house lately.  About a week and a half ago, Brynn had a UTI, 3 days later I got Strep and 5 days later Garion got it.  He is home from school today still trying to get better.  However, if you could hear him playing with Brynn right now, you would never know he was sick. 🙂  Guess he will be going back to school tomorrow after all.  He won’t be contagious anymore and with his amount of energy, it will be good for him.  We are counting down the days to Garion’s Baptism.  It is insane to me that he is this old already!  But time does move on continuously and doesn’t give us any leeway to stop and smell the flowers!  That is why it is so important to live in the moment!!! Garion is really excited about it.  In our religion, we wait to baptize until the child is 8 years old.  We believe that infants and babies are innocent and unable to understand the difference between right and wrong.  We believe that by the age of 8, they are able to not only understand the difference, but act on it as well.  We have been given agency by Heavenly Father, and we believe that by the age of accountability, 8, they can start to use their agency with respect for the consequences that come from our actions, be they good or bad.  It is a big day and we are looking forward to it!!  In addition to his baptism, he will be having a birthday party too.  Although, at this point, I have no idea what it will be.  He wants to go to Jump on it, a trampoline place for kids.  But I am not sure that will happen.  It is still in discussion.

I am starting to get a little frustrated with Brynn.  She is so cute,  that most of the time it is too hard to stay mad at her.  But she is truly a toddler in every since of the word.  In the last couple of weeks and even into that last month or two she has really started coming out of her experimentation and exploratory shells!!  She is into EVERYTHING!  Just about every wall in the house been colored on, almost every book has been scribbled on, and the furniture is colored as well.  She has learned how to climb and loves to get into the glass cabinet in the kitchen, or wave around a steak knife (Which have been moved to the top of the fridge, by the way).  She loves to make messes with anything she can get her hands on, from Mommy’s makeup to her breakfast to her brothers Pokemon cards to her sisters lip gloss.  Nothing is sacred.  If you value it, it needs to be hidden.  That is about where things stand.  The problem is that she gets so happy to have discovered something new or to have helped “do” something that she gives this completely beautiful smile and it is impossible to reprimand her.  Most of the time. 🙂  Then again, she is also learning self defense and has started hitting and pinching when Garion and in particular, Kayla, do something or take something from her that she doesn’t want to give up.  She has serious control of her eyebrows.  And when she is upset she has this way of pulling them down and over her eyes to give the “evil” eye.  It is hilarious!  But her meaning is very clear!  I am trying to get a picture of the “eyebrows” to post, but I have lost the battery charger for our camera.  When it is found, I will get and post a picture.

Kayla is still Kayla.  There isn’t much new to tell about her.  Her obsession with puppies is getting a little out of hand and I am ready for her to move on.  It gets a little tiresome, even though it is still funny, to speak to my daughter when she is pretending to be a dog.  She responds by barking at me, crawling on all fours, licking her food and water with her tongue, and saying she can’t do her chores or anything she doesn’t want to do because a dog wouldn’t be able to do that particular thing.  Yes, definitely ready to move on from the dog obsession. 🙂

I am trying to get back into running.  I haven;t really run for months and I miss it!!  The weather is killing me.  My bravado and usually tough (tough for me) skin for the cold is seriously resisting the cold.  I just can’t seem to get myself out the door for a run with snow on the ground.  My brain wants it but my body refuses.  I would almost kill for a treadmill!!!  So I am still trying to workout in my basement with videos, etc.  They just don’t hold that much interest for me.  I like to work them into my routine with my runs, but all on their own, I get bored.  Oh well.  Winter can’t last forever.  I have become unusually obsessed with politics.  I have also discovered that very few people want to discuss the happenings of our country.  I have a strong suspicion that it is because I get pushy with my opinions when I start talking about it.  It is frustrating to me though, because if no one will talk to me about it, then I have no where to vent my thoughts and no where to learn new things or lines of thinking.  That is the beauty of a good conversation, both sides walk away enlightened and hopefully more respectful of the other party because of their thoughts.  I really want to become more involved with politics somehow so that I can feel like I am making a difference.  However, there is very little I can do personally.   Plus, I am just not sure I have the backbone for politics.  So I have retreated to my house.  I figure that I can prepare my family for whatever may come.  Good or bad.  That is my job and how I can make the biggest difference.   But if there is anyone out there who is in the mood for a little political discussion, send me a line. 🙂

Jason is still working.  He has paintball practice once a month and PLUG once a month and Scouts every Thursday.  He teaches a primary class at church on Sundays and, of course, is still the head of our household!  🙂

Man, listen to this post.  It is almost like a Christmas letter.  I guess that is what happens when you don’t write about your family for a month!

Funny Kids!

Okay, so I wasn’t going to post anymore before my trip, but a couple of funny things with the kids happened today.  First this morning, the girls and I went to Payson to pick up the half of a cow that we had ordered.  On the way there, Kayla fell asleep and on the way home she told me that her dream was that she was upside down and her pee came out her nose!  Gross!  I had to laugh though.  It was original and caught me completely off guard.  The next funny thing was at dinner, Garion spontaneously broke out into song.  Only it was him counting by 2’s to 100 to the tune of Yankee Doodle.  I videoed him and wanted to post the video, but I couldn’t get it to work.  Sorry.  The last funny thing of the evening was a couple minutes ago.  The kids and I were playing in the living room and I saw Brynn go into the bathroom.  She has this nasty habit of drinking water from the dog bowl.  I finally got her on film.  Here is the picture!  Crazy kids!  ~Kelly

It’s Cold!!

Hello out there!

This week has brought the winter weather.  I am so glad Halloween was so beautiful!  At least we were able to enjoy fall weather before it turned bitter.  But now it is cold.  I went running this morning in 20 degree weather.  Burr!!  It is a little bit annoying because some people have npot turned off their sprinklers yet, so there were quite a few icy patches on the sidewalks.  Garion tried to ride his bike to school this morning and dids a nice little slide on a patch of ice.  His bike fell over and he hurt his leg.  🙁  He will be fine, but I ended up driving him the short distance because he was afraid to ride his bike anymore.  Can’t say that I blame him.  Guess we will have to have a little lesson on what ice looks like and how to avoid it!

The week has been pretty uneventful, with Tuesday being the HUGE exception.  Election day.  It was rainy and cold here.  I was glad that I voted early so I didn’t have to brave the lines or the weather.  Personally, I am not happy about the election results.  I am glad that our country has gotten over it’s prejudices enough to elect a man not of caucasion descent.  However, I do not like Obama’s policies or plans for our country.  With that being said, we spent Tuesday night at our friends house watching the results and eating brownies.  It was a fun evening, though it ended earlier then I thought it would with the electoral votes coming so soon.  It was a really satisfying day with Garion.  He is old enough now that Jason and I were able to really explain to him the election process and he understood it.  He asked questions all day and we were able to talk about a couple of the issues in general.  He was really interested in all that was happening.  The voting location for our district was at his school, so he was further able to see the election process in action throughout the day.  While at our friends house, he wasn’t too keen on sitting and watching the tv, but his last question of the day was “Who won the election?  Who is our new president?”  I was really happy that he was able to somewhat understand the signifigance of the day.  He is a smart cookie!

Kayla and Brynn got new dresses at Costco.  So Cute!!

Kayla and Brynn got new dresses at Costco. So Cute!!

Monday night we went to costco and they had the most delicious looking strawberries!  We bought some and yesterday I made jam with them.  It turned out fabulously!  Other then that, it has been a slow week.  I am really excited because tomorrow morning the girls and I leave to go to Colorado for my brothers wedding reception!  It is a cocktail party and is going to be fabulous!  My parents, grandmother, and hopefully brother and sister, Byron and Megan, will be there.  I love family time and I am gratefull that we have been able to work it out for us to go.  Garion is staying home with Jason for a “guys” weekend! 🙂  They will be helping Jason’s mom, Lauri, move from the room she is currently in to a new room outside the enhanced care unit at Jamestown.  That is a long story, but to make it short, her room was given to someone else at the last minute, accidentally.  To make up for it, Jamestown gave her a room in the enhanced care unit for the same cost as the studio she would have had.  Now a new studio has opened and she gets it!  It will be wonderful for her to finally be in her permanent place.  Without the midnight visits from people who aren’t exactly there! 🙂  Well, I probably won’t be posting again until Monday, since I will be in beautiful Colorado!  Have a great weekend!      ~ Kelly

Pumpkin Land!

Today, Kayla, Brynn and I went with Kayla’s pre-school class to Pumpkin Land!  It was so much fun!  We walked though the pumpkin patch and then got lost in the maze.  We had fun looking at the goats and the bunnies,  there were even a bunch of baby bunnies.  The girls loved those!  Then they played on the play set and we had a picnic!  At the very end we walked through the spooky alley and saw Cinderella’s flying coach!  🙂  The last thing we did was pick out a pumpkin to bring home.  The weather was perfect and warm and I am thinking it might be a Halloween tradition to go there.  I found the coolest swan gourd that I am going to hollow out and make into a bird feeder!  I can’t the credit for the idea though, it was my neighbor, Julie’s.  I am hoping she will show me how to do it.  But it is the neatest looking thing and as a bird house in my garden it will be awesome!

Just an update about last night.  We didn’t quite get the pumpkins carved.  We got them cleaned out, but then it got too late and the kids needed to go to bed.  Tonight I am having a Scentsy Party and so the carving will commence again tomorrow. 🙂  I will take pictures when we are done.  The kids are very excited.  This is good though because now I can really give the seeds the 24 hour salt water bath they are suppose to have before roasting. 🙂

Then we really will eat the seeds the night we carve the pumpkins.  Kayla has told us she wants “scarrry face!”  I just told Jason that we are going to stick to pretty simple designs this year so we don’t have to spend 2 hours on one pumpkin.  He is wondering why I am taking all the fun out if it!

I just have to take a moment to encourage everyone to really look at the issues and make informed votes on the 4th.  I am not going to get too into it here because I am becoming extraordinarily opinionated on the isse of the next president and I could really spend the rest of the day playing my case here.  This is not the time.  But I have been forwarded a video in my email from Jason of Pres. Ezra Taft Benson in 1977 giving a talk on Socialism and standardized government.  He speaks plainly and I think everyone should listen to it.  There is one other video of Pres. Benson where he discusses the proper role of Government (Link at the bottom) I also highly recommend you watch this as well.  I have several friends who are not informed or are just voting a certain way because they know other people are voting that way.  I strongly encourage everyone! to research and study the issues at hand and make informed decisions.  Remember that the Lord has given us the Bible and the prophets as guides in these last and confusing days.  Don’t let the media and fancy speeches confuse you, persuade you and deceive you into voting for things that we should be against as designed by God!  Anyway, that is my little piece.  As I said I am going to try not to get into it too much here.  If you want to talk about it or argue about it, whatever the case may be, you can email me. 🙂

Ezra Taft Benson on Socialism

The Proper Role of Government