"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

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Bible Study and Potluck

I just love my husband so much.  He is really trying his best to make the best out of the situation that he is put in.  He told me that at night he and several other inmates are going to be reading scriptures at night together and they will be having a potluck.  I asked him what he meant by having a potluck?He says that they would each bring food from their commissary to share.  He says he might even make a special dish which includes ramen noodles, dehydrated refried beans and canned sausage. Ok, that does not sound good to me.  I guess you got to try new dishes and be creative when you are so limited to ingredients.  I think it is a great idea for these men to get together for a potluck and scripture study and uplift each other.  These men eat dinner really early at 5:00 p.m. so they usually do get hungry later on in the night.  Dave says the food isn't too bad and the portions are a little bit bigger than what he was provided in Henderson.  Most all of the meat is soy based meat which Dave isn't used too.  Dave is not a picky person and will usually eat what is given to him.  I just can't wait for him to get home so I can prepare a big feast for him.

Dave is a really good cook.  He makes the best steaks and dutch oven potatoes.  As soon as he is home we will have to have a BBQ with everyone and I am positive that Dave will offer to be the cook.  But for now please come out and support our BBQ fundraiser this Thursday, June 2, at the Delta City Park, in Delta, Utah from 6-8:30.  Let's show Dave that we love him and support him.

Monday, May 30, 2016

True Heroes

These two men both served in World War 2.  These men are whom my husband is honored to be named after.  His Grandpa Dave Bundy and his uncle Harold Breitling.  Dave talked with me this morning and told me how much he loved both of these men and we should be honoring them today.   He said that these men helped to shape him into the man that he is today. He is so grateful to have had them in his life.

He also wanted me to remember and honor LaVoy Finicum.  He is a true hero that believed in Freedom, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.  He had the biggest heart and love for his country, family, friends and his neighbors.  Our family is so grateful to him and for his great example for all of us to follow.  He is definitely a hero that we will never forget and will continue to honor him and his family every day.

Sunday, May 29, 2016


Pahrump is about a 8 hour drive one way for the kids and I so we will not be able to visit Dave every week.  I would love to go every week but that is just not possible with six kids.  So I am so grateful that my aunt called me up on Friday night and said that she was spending the night in Vegas and was going to visit Dave on Saturday morning.  Dave was so surprised to see her and had an awesome visit with her and her kids.  The situation for visiting at Southern Nevada Detention Center is alot better then the Henderson Detention Center.  In Pahrump the inmate gets one hour visit per week.  But if your visitor comes from out of State then you can get pre authorized for a two hour visit.  I am so excited for this because we plan on going down in a couple weeks and my children will be able to visit with their dad for at least two hours instead of the 40 minutes in Henderson.  Also, Dave says that the computers are better in Pahrump and he can actually see the person he is visiting.  Before he said that in Henderson we all just looked like shadows and he couldn't see us very well.  These visits are so important to the political prisoners because they get to see familiar faces and gives them an opportunity to get out of their pod.  Please check with me before you go visit Dave just to make sure that we weren't planning on going that week.  I wish he could have more then one visitor per week but that is all he gets and we will be grateful for what ever time they give us.

Visitation Frequently Asked Questions
Who can visit? Anyone can visit that has not been detained at this facility. Visitors must be appropriately dressed and have proper identification. How do I get approved for visitation? Because all general visits are non-contact and conducted by tv monitor, everyone is approved to visit as long as they have not been detained at this facility. How do minors get approved to visit? All minors are approved to visit. Minors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or guardian. How long does the application process take? No application needed. How will I know if I've been approved? Everyone is approved to visit as long as they have not been detained at this facility. What are the days and times of visitation? The week starts on Sunday and runs thru Saturday. Detainees are allowed only one (1) visit per week (excluding clergy visits). Thursday and Friday 3pm – 8pm. Saturdays and Sundays 8am-3pm. All visits are on first come basis. How long can I visit? Visits are one (1) hour. Detainees can request an extended visit for visitors traveling from out of the state (verification will be required). Extended visits must be approved prior to the visit. Where do I park when I arrive at the facility? Nevada Southern Detention Center provides ample visitor parking spaces including multiple handicap stalls within the main parking lot. Please refrain from parking in specially marked parking places. Waiting in the parking lot for someone who is visiting is prohibited. Vehicles parked are required to be locked and secured. Will I be searched? Upon entering the facility all visitors are required to clear a metal detector by removing all contents from pockets your shoes, belts, hats, or jackets and place all the items in a gray container. Upon completion, the detention officer will give you the clearance to pass the metal detector. If the metal detector is activated a secondary metal detecting wand will be utilized. Visitors are allowed the keep on their person $20 or less of cash and car keys everything else must remain in your vehicle. What is the dress code for visitation? Proper attire is mandatory, Clothing items deemed too tight or revealing will not be allowed. No halter-tops, tank tops, cropped or midriff-revealing tops, low cut, form The information provided in this document is believed to be accurate, though it remains subject to change without notice. This document was published December 2015. 3 fitting, fishnet shirts, or see through fabrics will be allowed. Spandex or other form-fitting pants are not acceptable. Pants below the knee or Capri pants will be allowed, shorts just above the knee are also acceptable however anything shorter may not be worn in the facility. Casual dresses and skirts, jean skirts, and mid-length split skirts that hang below the knee are acceptable. Miniskirts, spaghetti strapped dresses, and sundresses are not allowed. All visitors must be wearing under-garments, and all females must wear bras, no suggestive clothing is permitted. Clothing depicting gang, racial, degrading photos and/or words are not allowed. What type of identification do I need to be allowed into the facility? Any current state or federally issued identification that has a photo on it. Approved forms of identification include, driver's license and passport. What items am I allowed to bring to visitation? You may bring in your photo identification, car keys, cash of $20 or less. If you have an infant you may bring in two (2) bottles. Bottles must be plastic, glass is not permitted. A diaper and a package of wet wipes. Is there public transportation available to the facility? The only public transportation to the facility is the local taxi service, Integrity Taxi, their phone number is 775-751-1111.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Political Prisoners Families

As I was talking to my husband last night he was discouraged.  I told him to keep his head up and we must continue to have faith.   I also told him that there are so many people out there that know that these men are not what the prosecutors and judges have portrayed them as.  These men are not a danger to their community or their country or domestic terrorist.  They are actually the complete opposite of what they are portraying them to be.  These men never hurt anyone and never wanted to hurt anyone.    These men are fathers, sons, husbands who love their families and want more then anything for their families to be happy.  These men are also American citizens who love their country and who look out for their neighbors and will help a complete stranger. These men are hard workers who enjoy providing for their families and others. They are children of our loving Heavenly Father who knows these men and is aware of their situation and their families.  I am so grateful for all of you who continue to help all of the families whether through prayer, letters, donations, fundraisers, visits and so much more.  Thank you for not letting these families stand alone.  God bless you all.  

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Burgers for Bundy's

Please come out and support this Fundraiser.  We are very blessed to have great friends and community members that are putting this Fundraiser on for our family.  There will be great food, entertainment, kids activities and an auction.  I hope to see you all there.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Update on Dave

Dave has called several times today.  This morning when he called I could actually hear him talk.  I asked him why it was so quiet,  he said, "because everyone stays up all night talking and hanging out and so now they are asleep."  This was about 9 a.m. when he called me.  He tossed and turned all night.  He was not feeling very good.  He says the pain comes and goes.  He has not gotten any injections or taken any medicine but the doctor did tell him that if he feels like he needs some medicine then he could ask for some.  Yesterday, they did do a physical on him and he is supposed to have a Xray soon.   So, I am grateful that they are watching over him in that regard.

It will take Dave sometime to get used to his new living arrangement.  He is not used to being around that many people.  He enjoyed being able to study and write in his cell where it was quite.  He was hoping that they had ear plugs that you could buy in the commissary but no luck with that.  He did say that there was a nice guy who gave him a packet of ramen noodles if Dave ever got hungry before he was able to get his commissary.  He is also grateful that he can be around Jerry and Micah. 

Dave said that they have role call three times a day.  They have to sit on their beds and wait for the guards to come check on them.  They have an id card that they show as the guards go by.  He said the food was ok and the portions were about the same as in Henderson.  One thing that he was happy about is that he has lost 25 pounds.  I told him that he lost the pounds and I found them. Ha Ha

If anyone would like to put funds on Dave's commissary you can via the internet at:


Pay to: Corrections Corp of America

Code City: Trustcca

State: TN

Senders account #5188195Bundy

   Thank you to everyone that has been keeping our family in your prayers.  We most definitely feel these prayers and also need them.  I reminded my husband of the saying from Jeffrey R. Holland,"

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Dave has been moved

My husband called and informed me that he has been moved to Nevada Southern Detention Center.  Which is in Pahrump, Nevada.  He was very depressed about it.  They woke him up this morning and told him to gather his belongings and he would be leaving.  Dave, his brother Mel, Erik Parker and Jerry DeLemus were all transported together.  He said the ride over was awful.  Having his hands and feet chained for several long hours was terrible.  He was also not able to take all of his belongings with him.  He was so hoping that they would all be put together in the same pod but that didn't happen.  Dave and his brother Mel cried when they seperated them.  Below are examples of pictures of what Dave's room looks like.  He gets to be in a room of 100 prisoners.  He never leaves his room.  He makes all his phone calls from this room.  He eats in the same room.  He showers and goes the bathroom in the same room.  There are three TV's going on in the same room.  How on earth is he ever going to experience any peace. This makes me sick.  I feel so bad for these men.  When I talked to Dave tonight he was very down and depressed.   It was very hard to have a conversation with him over the phone because all of the prisoners were so loud.  His living arrangement makes me furious.  My husband is not guilty.  He hasn't committed any crime.  But he is forced to live in this room with 99 other men and no privacy at all.  My husband should be home with his family.  This should not be happening in America.  Please write to Dave and try to uplift his spirits.

David Bundy 24462081
Nevada Southern Detention Center
2190 East Mesquite Avenue
Pahrump, NV 89060

Monday, May 23, 2016

Sick in Jail

My husband has been really sick this last week.  I have felt so bad for him.  I wish he was home and I could make him feel better.  Dave started feeling sick last Sunday.  He seemed to have been experiencing symptoms of kidney stones.  I know that it has been a hard week for him because he started to get sick on Sunday and then Monday he was denied pre-trial release.   I do not see how he could get much comfort in a jail cell.  I know that when I am sick I like a hot bath, lots of blankets, pillows, medicine and comfort food.  He did not get much help at first from the medical staff at the Henderson Detention Center but he is grateful for the friends that he has in his pod for helping him and watching over him.  He is also grateful to all of you that prayed and fasted for him.  He is definitely aware of your prayers and can feel them.  Please continue to pray for him and hopefully he will be feeling 100 percent better soon.

A cell for a single occupant, most house two inmates. Photo by Buford Davis | iH
 Dave's pillow actually doesn't look like this.  His pillow is just a bump inside his once inch pad on his bed. This bed doesn't look very comfortable especially for someone with Kidney Stones.

He should be sleeping in a nice comfortable bed with his babies.  WE MISS OUR DADDY!

Sunday, May 22, 2016

We feel Loved

Dave and I are so grateful for all of the donations, love and support that was given to our family.  We definatly have the best friends, awesome family and live in an outstanding community.  Thank you to all of you who donated your treasures and for all of the bakers who donated their yummy treats.  I can't believe all of the people who helped with this yard sale.  My best friend from childhood and her husband were over the yard sale and my new dear friend was over the bake sale.  Thank you to my family for helping so early in the morning setting up for this yard sale.  And thank you for all of you who came and bought items from the yard sale.  You were all so generous.  I love this Country and I love this Community.      My husband cried when I told him the support that we received.  He says to tell you all that he doesn't know how he will repay you all back but he loves you all so much.

The bake sale was so yummy.  There were alot of amazing bakers who donated their delicious goodies. 

Friday, May 20, 2016

Davy and Marylynn

I have been helping my mom go through some of her closets to find items to donate for our yard/bake sale.  As we were cleaning out one of her closets we came across this picture.  I totally forgot all about it.  A family friend had made this for my husband and I for our wedding present.  I really needed to see this sign tonight.  I have been missing my best friend extremely bad.  I miss everything about him.  Seeing this picture was a blessing.  I believe in this scripture if one of us falls then the other will lift him up again.  This is what a marriage is all about.  When your spouse is having a bad day then you are there for them to lift them back up.  I will always stay by my husband's side through whatever trials we are going through.  He is my soulmate, my best friend and my eternal companion.  I am so glad that I have found this picture and now I will put it in our bedroom as a daily reminder of the importance of lifting each other up.

I feel so badly for my husband tonight.  He has not been feeling well and I so wish he could be home with me so I could make him more comfortable and make him feel better.  Since, I can not be with him, then I will be praying for him all night and asking our Heavenly Father to comfort him.  I hate to see my husband in any kind of pain.  I feel bad that he is sick in a jail cell with very little comfort.  This situation is definitely not fair.  He should not be in a cell but home in his own bed.  I love you Dave Bundy and I am praying for you constantly.  I am the luckiest gal in the world to be your
eternal companion.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

I am proud to be from Millard County, Utah

As I was arriving home from the Court that my husband had on Monday.  I noticed this sign supporting our family.  What a wonderful surprise to see that the town that I am from and live in are so supportive of our family.  Thank you Anderson Family for putting up this sign and thank you to my wonderful friends who are putting on this yard and bake sale.  I am so lucky and feel blessed to live in such a great community surrounded by outstanding citizens who care about their neighbor.

I also want to thank our local Sheriff Robert Dekker for his willingness to help our family during this difficult time.  Please support Sheriff Dekker.  Sheriff Dekker wrote a letter on my husband's behalf to the Judge informing him that he would be willing to provide my husband with an ankle GPS unit where their sheriffs office would be able to monitor him if he was released.  What a great sheriff. You would think that the court would take this offer seriously but instead the prosecutors and the judged laughed about it.  Instead they said that the BLM officers would have to be the ones to monitor my husband and his probation.  Wow, who would have ever thought that the BLM who say they are supposed to help manage our public lands would now be probation officers.  Unbelievable.

Millard Sheriff's Profile Photo


Monday, May 16, 2016

Second Attempt

2nd attempt up to bat in the Federal Court room and we struck out.   We were up against a team that chose not to play by the rules.  We were definitely the underdogs.   I am so grateful to be a member of team Bundy.  We are a team that always tells the truth, looks out for our other teammates, has the greatest cheering squad and who has the best coach our Heavenly Father.

I will admit and tell you that it is not easy to loose.  I love my husband.  I miss him dearly.  It was so hard to come home and tell my children of what happened today.  My children's hearts were shattered.  My husband and I cried a lot tonight.  He told me that everything is going to be ok.  He also said that Heavenly Father loves us and will not leave us no matter how hard it becomes.  We will not give up.  We will keep trying and preparing for the next attempt.  Thank you for all of your prayers.  Please don’t ever give up on team Bundy.       


Don't believe that winning is really everything. It's more important to stand for something. If you don't stand for something, what do you win?

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Big Day Tomorrow

I took my children down to the Henderson Detention Center in Henderson, Nevada so they could have a video visit with their dad.  Sunday is a very busy day for visits.  We had (2) twenty minute visits.  But we had to wait in line and signed up for the first 20 minutes and then had to go wait in line for 45 minutes until we could use the next 20 minutes.  It was great seeing Davy.  He looked good and seemed to be in good spirits.  We talked about our big day tomorrow.  Davy has court tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. for his pre-trial release.  We have a good feeling about tomorrow.  We will be fasting as a family and will be praying for our lawyer to be able to speak the truth and what is in his heart, the judge to do what is right and make the right judgment and the prosecutors that their hearts will be softened and their tongues will be tied.  We ask that you all join us in prayers tonight and tomorrow.

As I was at the Detention Center I was also able to meet David Toiler who is the Corrections Lieutant.  He told me that he had a nice visit with my husband and I thanked him for treating him good.  We also got to visit with Cliven.  It was good for the kids to get to see their Grandpa.  He looked good and was really cute with the kids.  He always waves goodbye to each kid.

I know that miracles can come through the power of faith.  These can come by each of us being faithful individuals and praying to our Heavenly Father.  In the Book of Mormon Nephi taught, "yea, unto every nation, kindred, tongue, and people, working mighty miracles, signs, and wonders, among the children of men according to there faith."   Friends, please pray and have faith that Dave Bundy will be released tomorrow.  I love you all and I am so grateful to have such wonderful family and friends.

Corrections Lieutenant

Friday, May 13, 2016

What's Important To Me

I love this song and the lyrics that go along with it.  It is important to me to have my family all together under one roof.  I will be praying all weekend long for this.  Please pray hard for our family and all the other political prisoners families this weekend. My husband goes before the judge for his pre-trial release on Monday 16th at 2:00.  It is important for me to be able to bring my husband home so our family can be together again.  Thank you for all of your prayers and love that you all constantly are sending our family.  I know without a doubt that we are being watched over daily from our Heavenly Father and all of his angels.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

A Kind and Gentle Soul

A Kind and Gentle Soul

Yesterday after my father in laws hearing, Kristen Orthman, spokeswoman for Reid, slammed the lawsuit and the Bundys in an email.  She said, “It is hardly surprising that Cliven Bundy, a man who has been breaking federal law for decades, would file a baseless and absurd lawsuit. Bundy, his sons and their believers have endangered the lives of federal officers, have defaced and damaged public lands and squandered public resources for their own benefit. They are domestic terrorists. They are deadly and dangerous and will be brought to justice.”  All I have to say is WOW!

This is my husband with his Grandma Bundy before she passed.  My  husband spent the last week of his grandmother's life never leaving her side.  He fed her, talked with her, rubbed her feet and did all he could to make sure she was comfortable.  When she had passed away then he was the one that carried her from her home and into the ambulance.  He wanted to make sure she was taken care of.
Dave Bundy is not a man that endangered any federal officers lives.  He is not a man that defaced or damaged public lands.  He has not squandered public resources for his own benefit.  He is not a domestic terrorist.  He is definitely not deadly and dangerous. None of the Political Prisoners are.

As I went on a walk with my twelve year old daughter last night.  She asked me several questions, she said, "Mom who are these people that are calling dad a domestic terrorist?"  I tried to explain it to her.  Then she said, "Mom have any of these people ever met our dad?" I said no.  She looked very confused then she said, "Mom all they have to do is meet dad for a minute and then they will know that he is definitely not a Domestic Terrorist.  He can't even hurt a fly."

I taught my daughter a lesson from the book of Mathew in the Bible  Where it says, "Do not judge, or you will be judged. For with the same judgment you pronounce, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you."

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Life in a Jail

I talked with my husband tonight and he sounded discouraged.   He feels bad that the people he has been fasting and praying for are not able to get pre-trial release for instance his cell mate has been there for over a year and he was denied once again.  Pete Santilli who is the reporter from Nevada Standoff was also denied pre-trial release.  He is trying really hard to have faith and hope that God will soon intervene.  I wish my husband could just come home to a nice soft bed and a good home cooked meal to cheer him up.  But instead he gets to have a bologna sandwhich and a cold cot with a hump in the bed for a pillow.

Below is a picture of where my husband is currently being housed.  His room is on the top floor.  He has a cell mate so instead of a single cot there is a double cot.  That is about the only difference there is from these pictures.  Each inmate is also given a box where they are to put their personnel belongings in and commissary items.


A cell for a single occupant, most house two inmates. Photo by Buford Davis | iH

Some of you have asked me what my husband does all day in jail.  Well he sits on his bed and reads books or writes letters.  They let the inmates out for meals and then right after meals they lock them up for several hours and then they let them out for a couple hours and this pattern repeats itself several times throughout the day.  When my husband is out of his cell he is able to talk with other inmates, take a shower and talk on the telephone.   He can also watch tv if he would like but it is usually not a program that he is interested in watching. The guards have the control over the tv.  Alot of people think that my husband is able to work in the kitchen or laundry but that is not the case.  He is classified as to high risk so he is not able to have a job.  Some also think that maybe he can take college classes while he is in there but again that is not the case.  While you are in jail they do not allow you to take classes and progress that way.  Some of you may also think that these men get to go outside and run and play basketball but that is not the case either.  These men get their exercise by walking up and down the stairs of their pod.  Definitely no sports for them.   I know that there are worse jails then the one in Henderson so for that reason I am grateful that he does have a bed, bathroom, food, some privacy, inmates to talk to and use of a telephone.  Also, my husband says for the most part the guards at the detention center have been fair to him and respectful.

I am just praying that these men will be able to go home to their families.  These are men who like to be productive and feel that they are accomplishing a task and contributing to society.  I know that my husband wants to be home and be able to provide for his family. It is hard for them to have these freedoms taken away especially since they are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty.  

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day

I hope that everyone had a wonderful Mother's Day.  I am grateful for all of the Mother's in my life and there are many who have taught me and have sacrificed for me so that I can become a better person.  I am grateful to all of the Mother's who have helped me in the last couple months.  I am amazed at the love that these women have had for me, my husband and our family.  I love you all and thank you so much for your selfless sacrifices for our family.

My husband wrote me a very nice letter wishing me a happy Mother's Day.  He told me, "Thank you for your faith, thank you for your diligence, thank you for your love and thank you for your sacrifice.  I believe that because of these and so many other attributes God will never abandon you.  He appreciates and loves you too much.  He must be very pleased that you are training the very souls that will further his work forward here on earth and will come home to him in the eternity's.  You are quite literally bringing them up to him."  He reminded me what President Harold B. Lee said that, "a mother's heart is a child's school room."  He reminded me that mother's have a special influence on their children.  He said, "I hope you know how special you are to me.  We are quite the team.  I am the luckiest man on earth and heaven to have you as my wife."  I feel so blessed to be married to someone who honors me and makes me feel so special.  I am thankful that we have been blessed with six wonderful children and that I am grateful to be the mother of his children.  I am also grateful that he realizes that we are a team in this life.  That as a team we will work together through whatever trial is given to us.  I am the one that is the luckiest person on this earth.

Two of my friends from high school were able to give me a very special Mother's Day gift.  They actually had my husband call them and asked him what message he would want them to put inside this ring.  He said, "for my love a bug."  Also inside the ring his name is inscribed.   I am so grateful for this tender gift. I love how all of my children's names are on this ring.  This ring represents my whole world my children and my husband. Thank you so much to the women that made this gift possible.  I will always wear it and cherish this gift. I know this person didn't do this to earn any business but I would love it if any of you wanted to support her.  Check out her website at http://www.heathermoodydesigns.com/pages/about-us



Today is going to be a super busy and big day in our home.  Not only is it Mother's Day but I am also going to celebrate two very special little girls birthdays.  It is officially Dally's birthday today and Piper's is long overdue for her birthday.  Piper's birthday was actually two months ago but they took her daddy away from her before she got to celebrate her 1st birthday with him.  I have waited and waited and I kept telling my husband that we will celebrate it when he comes home.  Several days ago he told me that it was time for me to celebrate her birthday.  Having these birthdays without my husband breaks my heart and it is just not fair.  He loves his little girls and he wouldn't miss their birthdays for anything.  I know that today is going to be hard on him knowing that his children are having a birthday without him and that there is no real reason why he should not be able to be in his home with his little girls.

Below are pictures of my husband with his birthday girls last year.  Last year he spent the whole day with his little Dally cat.  He wanted to make sure he did something very special with her.  So she wanted to paint pottery so that is what they did.   Look at that beautiful smile on her face.  Dave is such an unselfish man and will do anything for his children.  All he wants in life is to make sure his children are happy.

Below are pictures of Piper with her daddy last year on her birthday.  There are not a lot of people who celebrate a persons #0 birthday but this man insists we do.  He always buys his baby a cake and makes sure we turn it into a family celebration.  It breaks my heart to think that Pipers daddy will not get to see his little one year old dive into her birthday cake and make a mess out of it.

Please pray extra hard for Dave today.  I know he will spend all day thinking of his little girls.  If you see Dally or Piper today please make sure you tell them Happy Birthday.  This needs to be a happy day for them.  The children of all of the political prisoners should not have to go through what they are having to endure.  We need to remember to uplift their little spirits.  To teach them that Heavenly Father is proud of them for how brave they are and that he loves them and he will answer their prayers.  HE WILL BRING THEIR DADDY'S HOME.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

I am so grateful to have such good friends and a great community who are wanting to serve our family.  Please support this BBQ.  All proceeds will go to help bring our Daddy Home.  

The event will take place a the Delta City Park.  If you are unable to attend but would still like to donate to the cause then go to paypal at https://www.paypal.me/MarylynnBundy or you can mail donations to PO Box 814, Delta, Utah 84624.

Thank you

Friday, May 6, 2016


Many people have asked me how often I get to visit my husband.  Each facility is different.  In Henderson the inmates are permitted to have two visits per week. Visiting hours are from 8:00am to 11:00am or 1:00pm to 4:00pm Wednesday thru Sunday. There is a limit of two adults per visit. Children are allowed to visit but must be supervised by an adult at all times. Each visit is twenty minutes long. Visits may be recorded.   Visitors must present valid government issued identification.  Now some of you might think that we get to visit through the glass or maybe across a table but I wish it was either of those cases.  At the Henderson Detention Center it is only through a computer screen. 

I can see my husband on the screen pretty good but he says that we just look like shadows to him.  The lighting in the detention center isn't the best so it doesn't give the best picture for the inmate to see his family.  As soon as you pick up the phone then the timer starts. 
I really do not like that timer.  I have taken our kids to talk to their dad.  It was hard for them because I had to limit their time to five minutes for each one of them to speak.  That was not enough time for them and there were a lot of tears after that visit.  I try my best to get to Henderson as often as I can but when I can't make it I make sure that others go and visit him so that he gets two visitors per week.  It is very important for these men to have visitors.  It shows them that people care about them and it also gets them out of their cell.


I ask all of you to take time to love on your loved ones.  Make sure that you give them a hug each day.  I remember the morning my husband left to go to work before he left he gave me a kiss on my cheek as I was laying in bed and said he would see me later.  I have not had any physical contact from my husband since the morning of March 3, 2016.  I am so tired and hurting and all I want is for my husband to hold me and love on me.  I miss holding his hand as we drove in the car or cuddling as we watched a movie together.  I miss him being able to love on our kids.  Please don't take these things for granted because you will never know when these freedoms will be stripped away from you.  Please pray that on May 16th my husband will be granted pre-trial release and he will be able to come home and love on his family.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016


I am so grateful that even though my husband is not with us at this time that he is able to call us every night for family prayer.  We kneel around the couch and he chooses who he wants to pray that night.  We put the phone on speaker and we are able to pray as a family.  I know that it is the highlight of his day.  He loves hearing his children's voices and their sincere prayers.  These prayers reassure him that everything will turn out the way it is supposed to and that God is with us and he hears and will answer our prayers.

Prayer is so amazing and powerful.  All day long I can get on facebook and see post after post of people who are praying as a family, praying in their prayer groups and praying in their churches. They are praying for all of the political prisoners, their families and the lawyers that are defending them.  The prayers do not stop there.  America is also praying for the judges and the prosecutors who are against these prisoners.  They pray that their hearts might be softened and that they will do what is right and free the Political prisoners.  I love this quote that says, "Let us not wish for our enemies to fall flat on their faces, but instead pray for them to fall on their knees.  Please continue to pray in your church groups, families and as individuals.  We can feel your prayers and we are in need of them on a daily basis.  God Bless You All.

We need more leaders like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln who knew where to go to in order to get answers on how to lead this great nation.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Telephone calls

Below is the website that we have to go through in order for our loved ones to call us from the Henderson Detention Center.  Before this ordeal, I never would have imagined how expensive it would be to stay in touch with your loved ones that are incarcerated. For a 15 minute phone call it is about $4.40.  If I was to talk with my husband for 45 minutes a day then it would cost me $13.20.  If I talked to him for 30 days then it would be $396.00 for the month. Oh yeah and don't forget about the lovely transaction fee. So with that fee it is probably more like $500.00 for the month and you thought your cell phone bill was high?

Who would have ever thought that talking to a loved one from a detention center would be so expensive.  I am grateful that I am able to talk to my husband but I also believe that they should not charge as much as they do.  They are definitely taking advantage of families and making some serious money.

Deposit Amount

Amount to Deposit:
( Min: $ 0.01 Max: $ 50.00 )           This is what I have a problem with this program.  First of all you can only add on 
$50.00 dollars at a time and then you automatically get charged $6.95 for Transaction Fees.
Transaction Fees:
Total Charges:
$ 6.95

Please continue to donate to all of the Political Prisoners families.  I know how important it is for them and their families to stay in touch with each other.  It is very important for us to stay connected with these men.  By being able to call we are able to uplift their spirits when they are down and they do the same for us.  Look at this picture below.  My husband loves to call home and talk with his children.  Our little girl who is now one years old always says da da on the phone and it makes this man cry.  He never gets tired of hearing her cute little innocent voice.  I will always make sure that my husband knows that he can call whenever he needs too.  His voice will always be heard in our home.  paypal.me/MarylynnBundy

Monday, May 2, 2016


I am always grateful when I am able to tell our families story and to be able to put out the truth.  I am grateful for people like Bryan Hyde from HD radio that does his best to cover the truth of the story and conveys it to the American People.  We need more people like him.  Also, remember if you believe everything that you read or hear in the main stream media then you are part of the problem. Find the real truth and then spread it like a wildfire.

My conversation with Dave Bundy's wife Mary Lynn. It's important that we stay abreast of what is happening in this case.  https://soundcloud.com/890kdxu/hd-radio-april-29-2016-mary-lynn-bundy

Mary Lynn Bundy, wife of Dave Bundy, discusses the current legal situation of the Bundy family members in federal custody.

I believe that it is better to tell the truth than a lie. I believe it is better to be free than to be a slave. And I believe it is better to know than to be ignorant.

 H. L. Mencken