Aren't we cute, Sam and I?!
The drive to/from 'tah was smooth and easy - Natalie was a rock star in the car (thank you, Moana) and the trip went fast both ways. On the way home we were eating breakfast at McDonald's and Annie made a comment about how my hat was on funky so I told Max his hair was sticking up in the back and he told Annie that her fake eyelashes were falling off. Family love, right there.
|...it was embarrassing to be out in public with these two|
on the way home I was the one driving when we
got to Cheyenne so I made everyone go to my old
elementary school. Bucket list item, check!
At McDonald's, part two!
|We even ran into Elder Bundy, a missionary from my ward!|
Natalie took pictures haha....sorry Kev : )
DINNER WITH LAURA
Saturday night my aunt and I snuck away to dinner by ourselves. We went through 6 glasses of Diet Coke, shared a pizza and wrap, and had the best time chatting and just being together. Laura is awesome.
GRAMMY BEE gave me a folder with pictures, letters, and other things she has saved for the past 6 years. It was fun to go through the pics!
|on the rock that we played on all growing up|
We had to give up our traditional reunion at Café Rio because the only time we could hang out was Friday morning, so we got breakfast with the kids instead. It was fabulous. Jocelyn is a kindred spirit and so fun and silly and we're on the same page and I always make it a priority to get together when I'm in Utah.
ugh, how did we not get a picture together? next time!
We definitely don't get to see my dad's side of the family enough, so when we do get together it's a great time. George and Jill and Grandma met us for lunch before the wedding and it was nice to just sit and laugh and reconnect. Love them! (Also, Little America in SLC is LIT).
Oh, and this randomly posed picture from the shower: