She comes from a rich musical background and currently lives in Sandy with her husband Thomas Durham. She is the mother of three grown children and has five grandchildren. She loves the fact that they also love music.
One of three paintings (that I proudly own) by Shawn Rossiter. It is a wonderful oil painting of an Italian landscape.
I have always loved the Peteetneet School in Payson Utah. My parents and grandparents went there and when viewing it as a young girl I always thought it looked very magical sitting high above the town. It was built in 1901 and named for Ute Indian Chief Peteeneet. If you ever visit, it’s now a museum and cultural arts center – look for the stone carvings of a boy and girl on the opposite sides of the west entrance.
I usually read a few books simultaneously, but the one that I’m spending the most time with right now is Wolf Hall. It’s a Man Booker prize-winner by Hilary Mantel centered on Henry VIII’s reign. By the time I’m finished I hope to be able to keep all his “Thomas’s” straight: Moore, Cromwell, Cranmer, and there may be one more – oh wait…that’s my husband.
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