Eternal Perspective

Eternal Perspective

 As time marches on I am finding memories come forward. This family picture is one of those tender memories I cherish.   We had this picture taken while on a family trip to Utah the summer of 1998. It was before Nate left for his mission to Cochabamba, Bolivia for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I love being a mother and my whole goal back then as a mother, who was struggling having her first child leave…

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Funeral Service Recording of Nathan Scott Davis

Funeral Service Recording of Nathan Scott Davis

Nate’s Funeral was held February 9th, 2019. The show of love and support was simply overwhelming. He was loved by so many and we are grateful for your continued prayers, support and concern for us. Thank you. If you would like to see the program (thank you Brian for a beautiful tribute for Nate) or listen to the recording of the funeral, it is attached below. Funeral Program PDF:View

Dose of Joy Challenge

Dose of Joy Challenge

As I was struggling this morning recalling everything we had gone through the last few months with Nate I decided that is not how Nate would want us to be. He would want us to look forward with JOY☺️ Does not mean I will be perfect at it as I miss him but today I challenge you to create a Dose of Joy in someone’s life in honor of Nate❗️💝. Skittles❗️Love Kristy

The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture

Tomorrow marks one month since Nate passed away and yesterday Nate was released as Bishop of the Hidden Creek Ward. As time marches on and life continues forward it is hard to not have Nate here. Then we are reminded that even though he is physically gone we feel him close by often. He will forever be Scott and my son, Alicia’s sweetheart, Anne, Brooklyn, Cami and Drake’s Papa. We can see now more clearly how the Lord was preparing…

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Sorrow is not forever…Love is.

Sorrow is not forever…Love is.

Today marks one month since Nate’s passing and every day a little miracle happens to remind us that he is near and we can move forward. Nate was known to give his nieces and nephews a “BIG squeeze” which meant a BIG hug. This video that Alicia’s brother David captured and shared yesterday was our big squeeze from Nate. Nate and Alicia’s family started a tradition that trickled through their extended family. They would have scripture study then kneel for…

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Forward with Love, Hope & Faith

Forward with Love, Hope & Faith

As we wait for the recording of Nate’s funeral which should be here in a week or 2 and which I will post here when it comes. I am journaling my feelings of the last week of Nate’s life. Today marks 3 weeks since his passing. As I look at the pictures and realize what I know now that I didn’t know then, I wonder if I would have been more conscious of every moment and more appreciative of time…

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Home Again

Home Again

Last night I got home to Washington 2 weeks from the day Nate passed away. I have been gone for over six weeks. I flew to Utah January 1st to be with Alicia and Nate as he had been readmitted into the hospital. It seems so long ago because of all that has transpired and yet just like yesterday. This is my first time having some real alone time to process the last few weeks and journal my feelings. These…

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T-I-M-E

T-I-M-E

Yesterday Nate was buried in the Lake Hills Cemetary in Sandy Utah. Scott and a few family and friends gathered to support Alicia, Anna, Brooklyn, Cami, and Drake. I am here in Arizona with my parents and brothers and their wives for my Mother’s 80th birthday. Hard when you wish you could be in 2 places at the same time but Nate would want me here with his beloved Grandma and Grandpa strengthening those family bonds❤️. “In family relationships love…

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Finding strength beyond my own.

Finding strength beyond my own.

As the days go by I find my mind wondering and pondering about life and it’s purpose. Grateful to be anchored in the plan of happiness and the knowledge that families are forever. It has been decided that Nate will be buried in Sandy Utah near his family on tomorrow, Saturday in a small gravesite ceremony. Scott has flown back to be there but I am staying here in Arizona with my mom for her 80th birthday tomorrow. Nate would…

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Skittles

Skittles

Dear wonderful friends and family yesterday marked 1 week since Nate’s passing. It still seems like a dream and I find myself thinking oh he is just in the hospital… This picture is significant to me. Years ago our family came up with a code word to say I love you, you are important to me, I care when at school it was not “cool” to say I love you. That word was Skittles. That is how we felt this…

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