The Tree was burned to begin with. Kurtis and I were invited to the 8th annual tree lighting ceremonies of the the Flamm family (Randal's Family). 

They take a tree and stick it in a snow bank and then..........LIGHT IT ON FIRE!!! It was super fun.

After the tree "lighting" we went inside and according to tradition, each of the grand children who are old enough performed a talent. Most of them sang and/or played piano. Stefanie is the piano teacher for a few of them. COOL. Then Stef and Randal got up and played a song they had be practicing. It was Awesome!

After the talents were shared the grandchildren got together and put on the Nativity story as you can see. There and some shepards, And some angels, a Mary and Joseph and a little baby Jesus.

After the fun and excitement at the Flamm's home. Kurtis and I went home and read the Christmas story and went to bed so that Santa could come. Here is our tree that we were given be an awesome girl who goes to school here.

Kurtis putting up our Christmas lights in the living room.


We woke up at about 9 am and we opened our stockings, got ready for the day, ate breakfast and THEN..............

We opened presents!

the candle that Charisse, Kurtis' younger sister sent us for Christmas. After we opened presents we called our families and talked for a while and then we went back over to the Flamm's home for games and lunch

We got a lot of snow Christmas Eve and morning so we spent some time shoveling. Here is Stefanie and most of Randal.

The Coooooolest Christmas Present!

For Christmas my Grandma gave some of my little cousins origami books and they and my brothers decided to put it to some good use.

So they made Kurtis about five or six new shirts...

and a nice new bow tie to wear to church.

I have a new diamond ring...

and we both have new hats now too.

They also sent us a lighter so we can cook our poor college student "Dinner-in a can". (Joking) and...

we have four or five different models airplanes and jets so we can fly anywhere in the world.

We also have a fortune teller so that we know where to and not to go and...

and a ninja star that we can throw and protect ourselves in case we get into any trouble.

They sent us $50 dollars worth of these awesome origami shapes. Each one except for the ninja star was made with a one dollar bill. That was fun to take to the bank. Anyway, there were other things as well in the box and we are VERY GRATEFUL for all the presents we got from everyone. It was a very Wonderful first Christmas together indeed. Stay tuned for more adventures with KURTIS AND KATRINA MOSER, THE CRAZY BUS KIDS! (that's our official super hero title, sshhh! don't let anyone else).


Well Kurtis and I graduated on Dec 12, 2008 Kurtis got his Bachelor's in Communications Emphasis in Broadcasting with a cluster in technical theater and two other areas. I received my Associates mostly so that I could walk with my husband and take pictures with him. Plus it looks good on a resume. Kiel let me borrow his cap and gown and Stefanie let Kurtis borrow her cap and gown. Aren't they awesome!

Kurtis ran camera two, also known as the Rameumptom, because everyone in the auditorium can see you and that is exactly why he ran that particular camera.

Here is a picture of the "Rameupmtom" before all the graduates came in. I sat in the the chair that has a paper on the back of the seat.

Kurtis and I as we are waiting to go back to the Auditorium and walk for our diplomas. If you look closely you can Stef and Kiel in the back right part of the picture.

While we are on the subject of Kiel and Stef, I thought you might like to see the above left picture of them in their "GROVE"! (See "Emperor's New Grove" for further understanding.)

Kurtis and Stef.

In come President Clark and President Uchtdorf. As you can see they blew us all away with their entrance.

Here is another picture with Stef and Kurtis but this time Kurtis' surpervisor/co-equal, Mike, is trying to steal the show. He is just sooooo EXCITED to be in a picture with Kurtis that he forgot to keep his eyes open for the picture.

iHere is a picture of the most michevious kids in all Rexburg.
And we're all together, WATCH OUT!
There is:Randal, Stef, Kurtis, Katrina, Kiel, Mack, and Connie.
Stef, Kurtis, Kiel, and Mack are all siblings in case you were wondering.
Anyway, YEAH!!! we graduated!

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Here are Ken and E.J. Getting things ready.

Here are Kurtis and Randal.

While we were waiting for the turkey to be done, we all decided to go for a walk. while on the walk, Kurtis decided he needed a little rest, so he went out to the middle of the instersection and took a seat.

Later on down the way, Stef decided to practice her acrobatic skills and hung from a tree

After walking for a while longer, Kurtis melted into this puddle. Don't worry, he's back to normal now.

Also, Stef and E.J. decided to take a little spin around.

Later during our stay, Ken decided to show us his skills playing an insturment he picked up on his mission. In case you cannot see it, it looks like a multi-colored bow from a bow and arrow set. It was  pretty cool.

However, as you can see from the picture to the left, playing this instrument does have some temporary side effects. Play with Caution

Thanksgiving night Ken, E.J., Stef, Randal, Kurtis and I all painted Christmas ornaments

During our stay with them, Ken and E.J. took us out to eat at the Mayan Adventure.

Outside the entrance there are these dragons. Kurtis decided it would be fun to play in one. He didn't didn't think he would get eaten.

Thankfully the digestive system of the dragons is quick and not too harsh. Kurtis was just fine.

While waiting to be seated Stef and Randal began seriously thinking whether or not they wanted to go through the adventure of being digested as well.

Ken and E.J. decided that they would rather digest something rather being the digested somethings.

This is the table we sat at.

After our "Mayan Adventure" we went to Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don't worry the Temple is not really up side down, it is just a reflection.

This picture the Nativity scene (Mary, Joseph, and baby Jesus)on Temple Square.

Here is Kurtis making the world all a-glow.                       

Here I am.

Here is a luminary.

Our trademark pose.

On Saturday, Ken and E.J. took us to the Provo Temple.

Here is the Nativity in front of the Temple

Here is Kurtis again.

 And Here we are to tell you: "Thank you for joining us on our adventure with
the Flamms and the Clarks. Until next time.....Hasta La Pasta!"