"The fight for freedom is God's fight.
So when a man stands for freedom he stands with God.
And as long as he stands for freedom he stands with God.
And were he to stand alone he would still stand with God.
A man will be eternally vindicated and rewarded for his stand for freedom."
--Ezra Taft Benson

Sunday, July 9, 2017

18 year Anniversary


Dave and I met on a blind date in Cedar City, Utah. We went country dancing and from the first time we danced I knew there was something special about him.  Not only was he a really good dancer but he was really handsome too.  Today is our 18 year wedding anniversary.   I miss my husband so much.  I wish so badly that we can spend this day together. It breaks my heart that we have to spend another anniversary apart. Dave is an amazing husband.  He makes me feel beautiful, protected and loved.  He is the most selfless person who is always helping others.  He makes me a better person and I am so grateful that we are eternal companions.  A true love story never ends and that is how our love story is.  It continues to grow and grow into a stronger love each day.  I pray daily that God will intervene soon and let my dear sweet husband come home where he belongs.
I need my Davy. 



Monday, July 3, 2017



Our Family wishes you all a Happy Fourth of July.  We are grateful for those brave men and women who have courage to stand and serve our country.  May we all have the courage to stand for freedom. God Bless our Patriots.  God Bless America. 




Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Fundraiser for Dave's Attorney fees.

When this trial first started Dave was assigned a court appointed attorney.  We met with his attorney several times and on several different occasions he informed us that he wanted the case but didn't know if he would have time for it.  He also didn't understand how this case was political.  Dave and I both didn't feel comfortable with how this lawyer was handling the case.  Dave and I prayed and we both realized that we were going to have to hire an attorney to represent him with his case even though it was going to be extremely expensive.  We needed an attorney that cared about this case and who was willing to fight for freedom.  We decided to hire Cal Potter from Las Vegas, Nevada to represent Dave.  We are grateful that Cal is Dave’s lawyer and is willing to fight for not only Dave’s freedom but also the freedoms of the other patriots. We as a family have been working hard and will continue to work hard to earn money for the attorney fees.   But because the trial keeps getting delayed and Dave is not able to get pretrial release then we are needing a little extra funds right now to help cover some of the attorney fees.

A very kind patriot has donated these cards to help with Dave’s Attorney Fees.


For a minimum donation of $25.00 dollars then we will send you a Constitution Club Discount Card.  This card will help you receive discounts all over the country for dining, movies, hotels, shopping, etc. for a whole year.    So not only are you helping our family but this card will also benefit you and help you save money also. Once we have received your donation then we will mail you your Constitution Club Discount Card and you can start saving.  Please make your donation through either our paypal account at paypal.me/MarylynnBundy or by mailing funds to PO Box 814, Delta, Utah 84624.   Please make sure you include your name and address in the memo so we can mail you your card.   
Dave is doing the best that he can during this hard trial.  Cliven and him are in the same pod and are grateful they can be together.  He misses his family extremely bad and wants nothing more than to be home with them.  He is so thankful for the many angels that are watching over our family and him while he is away from us.  We are indeed grateful for all of the support and love that has been shown to us over the past year.  We are also blessed with great kids who are doing their best to stay strong for their dad.  They are his biggest support and cheerleaders.  God Bless You All and God Bless the Patriots.


Sunday, June 4, 2017

Father's Day


Today, I went with our four year old son to his Sunday School Class.  He has a hard time going by himself so I went to sit with him.  When it was time for singing time then our son decided to sit on my lap.  The music teacher told the kids that in a couple weeks that it was going to be Father's Day and that they would be practicing some songs to sing to them.  The first song lyrics that they sang just made me want to cry.  It is titled, "Daddy's Homecoming."


I'm so glad when daddy comes home,

Glad as I can be;

Clap my hands and shout for joy,

Then climb upon his knee,

Put my arms around his neck,
Hug him tight like this,
Pat his cheeks, then give him what?
A great big kiss.


After our four year old sang this song he whispered to me, "When is my Daddy going to come home."  I tried my best to fight back the tears.  I didn't know what to say to him.  I never know what to say when our kids ask that question.  Because the truth is that none of us know when he is going to come home.  The truth is I don't know when they will be able to climb upon his knee.  When they will be able to put their arms around his neck and hug him.  Or when they will be able to give him a great big kiss.

Just last week the prosecution and the Judge pushed everyone's trials back again.  The earliest that Dave can go to trial will be sometime in 2018.  My heart breaks for our children and for Dave.  How hard Father's Day must be on both of them.  I just don't understand why our government would want to cause so much sadness to these little children by taking away their daddies.  The government talks about how, "We the People" on April 12th scared the BLM employees for a brief moment,but the Government doesn't seem to mind bringing hurt and sorrow to children for over 450 days now and counting, that they might not ever see their daddies again?  These children should have their daddies home.  These men should be home with their families where they belong and not have their constitutional rights violated.  Please continue to pray for all the children and for their heroes, their daddies.




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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Bundy Benches



We are grateful for the support that we have received regarding our fundraiser to help bring our dad home.  We have sold over two hundred benches.  Our son couldn't have accomplished this without the help of family and friends. Helen Keller said, "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much."  Please continue to work together for this great cause to help with Dave's legal fees by helping to spread the word about the benches.  Too some of you a bench might not mean a lot but to our little family these benches are a way that we are able to help bring our dad home.  Dave means everything to our family.  Our hearts hurt every night we are apart from each other.  All we want is for our family to be reunited again under one house. Our fifteen year old son is making these to help bring his dad home and help with family expenses.  Every bench that is sold or every donation that is given is one step closer for our family to be together again.  Please help us bring our dad home.

We will be selling these benches for a minimum donation of $60.00 dollar donation if picked up in Millard County or a $75.00 dollar donation delivered out of Millard County.  If you want the brand on the bench then we are asking for a 100.00 donation for the bench.  They are very sturdy benches that are made with high quality products and will look great on your front porch or even in your home.  We have them available for pickup in Millard County, Utah or once we have a big enough order we can deliver them to Mesquite, Nevada, Saint George, Utah, Springville, Utah and Lehi, Utah. We wish we could ship them all over America but we know the cost of shipping would be too expensive.  So for those that don't live close enough to buy a bench but would like to help this young man earn money for his dad then you can make a donation that will go towards purchasing the wood to make the benches. You can make donations through my paypal link and for those that want to purchase a bench please email me your name and contact information or you can put the information on paypal and we will get your bench made as soon as possible.  My email address is marylynnbundy40@gmail.com.  Our paypal link is paypal.me/MarylynnBundy.  Or you can mail a check to PO Box 814, Delta, Utah 84624



Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Quick Update

I didn't realize that it has been a whole month since I have last blogged.  We have had a really busy month filled with lots of up and downs and I have found that at the end of the day I am tired both physically and emotionally.  I have struggled to write my thoughts down but tonight I feel like I need too give an update on our family and this trial. 

This last month we spent several different occasions supporting the other Political Prisoners who were in trial.  We never went inside the courtroom but instead stood outside the Federal Court house holding up signs and spreading the truth.  We felt honored to stand by these patriots who also stood by our families.  The scriptures teach us that, "the second greatest commandment is too love thy neighbor as yourself" and "carry each other's burdens."  We were grateful to be there supporting these men that were on trial.  The outcome of a hung jury was not exactly what we were hoping for but we were grateful that the jury could see through the lies and deceit that was presented by the Government. 


Dave has been staying busy in his pod doing a lot of reading.  He usually stays up late to read because that is when it is the most quiet in the pod.  Dave is also in the same pod as his dad, Cliven.  That has been nice because he has someone close to talk too. Dave has lost over seventy pounds.  A lot of the food that they feed them in the detention center is all soy base.  Dave doesn't complain much and is grateful but there is just certain foods that he can not stomach.  He misses is family greatly.  He wants nothing else but to be home with his wife and children.  And we also want nothing more than to have our husband/dad home where he belongs. 

This last week the prosecution filed a motion stating that they have decided to retry the first group again.  They are also asking that the next group which includes Cliven Bundy, Ammon Bundy, Ryan Bundy, Ryan Payne and Pete Santilli be pushed back until November.  This was devastating news to all of the men.  The men were ready to go to trial last year.  Then they were all ready in February for trial and now some of the men have no idea when they will go to trial.  Dave's group will not go to trial until everyone else has been to trial.  So if the judge rules on this motion by the prosecutors then Dave will not go to trial until 2018 or later.  Our lawyer in May of 2016 told the judge that he would be ready for trial within 90 days.  But now Dave has been in jail for over 430 days with no pre trial release and no trial date.  This is heartbreaking for our family.  The government does this too people on purpose to break them down.   They want to break these people and their families so they will take a plea deal.  How sad that our government does this to good American people. I can't even imagine waiting another year before my husband goes to trial.  It crushes my heart to think he will have to stay in jail until his trial.  We pray every night and day that the Lord will intervene soon and help our dad come home.

We are so grateful that we can talk every night with Dave and have family prayer.  It definitely is the highlight of our day.    My oldest son and I have been busy making and selling benches.  Dave is so grateful to our son who is helping our family out financially.  He is very proud of him.  We are grateful to all of you who continue to bless our family with prayer, letters, service and donations.  Dave is only able to make it through each day because he knows that his family is being taken care of by angels.  Please continue to pray and support all of these men.  I know that God will not leave us but instead will wrap his arms around us and help to lighten our load.  God bless you all.



For those that are interested we will be making and selling these benches for one more month.  We are asking for a minimum donation of $60.00 dollar donation if picked up in Millard County or a $65.00 dollar donation delivered out of Millard County.  They are very sturdy benches that are made with high quality products and will look great on your front porch or even in your home.  We have them available for pickup in Millard County, Utah or once we have a big enough order we can deliver them to Mesquite, Nevada, Saint George, Utah, Springville, Utah and Lehi, Utah. We wish we could ship them all over America but we know the cost of shipping would be too expensive.  So for those that don't live close enough to buy a bench but would like to help this young man earn money for his family then you can make a donation that will go towards purchasing the wood to make the benches. You can make donations through my paypal link and for those that want to purchase a bench please email me your name and contact information or you can put the information on paypal and we will get your bench made as soon as possible.  My email address is marylynnbundy40@gmail.com.  Our paypal link is paypal.me/MarylynnBundy.  Or you can mail a check to PO Box 814, Delta, Utah 84624








Sunday, April 9, 2017

NOT GUILTY

Last week I was able to travel to Las Vegas to show my support for the men that are currently on trial and also my support for every Americans constitutional rights.  I was grateful that I could stand by these men and their families and also the rights of every American.  Monday was definitely a hard day in court.  There was a point in the day where several people came out of the court room feeling completely devastated and hopeless.  The judge was being completely biased and wouldn't allow the defense to call their witnesses.  I along with several others sat on the courthouse steps with our heads down and tears rolling down our faces.  For a small moment it felt like we had no hope and that we might not win this battle.  But then I was reminded by someone in the crowd, that all of these men are wonderful men who love their country and their families.  This person also reminded me that God has a greater purpose for all of these men.  We must live by faith and not fear.  We can never give up because these men did absolutely nothing wrong.   These men are not guilty of any crime. I know these men will be found not guilty and God will continue to use them as a light for others. 

This speaks to my troubled heart right now. GOD is in control of my life...my life is NOT controlled by people's opinion of me. My God is stronger.:

I would just like to say how grateful I am to be able to have gotten to know all of the families and defendants that are involved in these trials.  We did not know who you were before or anything about your families.  We have grown to love you and your families.  We appreciate the good people that you are.  We are grateful for your example of loving your neighbor and loving this Country and God.  We will be praying for you, your families and this country this week that justice will prevail. 

 Thank you again for standing up for our constitutional rights.  Thank you for loving your neighbor and caring for others.  Thank you for all your sacrifices and for staying so strong this last year.  I am so excited for you to hear the words not guilty and for you all to be reunited with your families.  What a glorious day it will be.   GOD BLESS AMERICA!  GOD BLESS THE PATRIOTS!