Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Sunday, May 20, 2012
Summer has started. The pool has been opened and used, the shorts have come out of the closet, and the outdoor activities have began!
Midnight bowling is a tradition that dates back to sophomore year of high school. It has been on break for the past 2 years for missions but now that the boys have returned the tradition continues on. It wasn't my best game of bowling but it was sure fun!
We got to celebrate the upcoming marriage of Eliza Cook and Andrew Harvey out our house on Saturday with a shower. Caroline and I had matching orange and leopard on so of course we had to take a picture! Wedding season has begun!
BYU Rugby was in the national championship on Friday so we headed to Rio Tinto to check it out. I love trying out new things and rugby was definitely new. I still do not completely understand the game but I did learn that scoring is called a try, they wear very short shorts, and it can be very exciting. Yea for our new BYU national champions!!
It was a happy Sunday! I finally made it to the singles ward and it was a great day to go seeing as the mingle provided us with homemade ice cream sandwiches. Yum! I had my first piano recital in about 2 and a half years tonight. It was terrifying but I think it went pretty well. I had some great friends and family come out to support me. Thank you!
I think it may just turn out to be a great summer after all!
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
A very happy birthday to my best friend Lohren. She joined the 21 club today and I just had to give her a shout out. I have known Lohren since the 4th grade and man do we have stories to tell. Our progression goes as follows: friends, best friends, my sleep over pal while parents are gone, partners in crime, roommates, friends living apart and finally reunited.
She is the most fun, non judgmental, sweetest, crazy girl. I could not ask for a better friend.
Love you the most Lo!
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
I spent the weekend in San Francisco with a couple of friends from Washington D.C. Trevor and I decided that since school was out we should take a little trip to visit Sean. It was my first time in San Francisco and I absolutely loved it. We went to 2 Giants baseball games. I had never been to a game before so it was a whole new experience and I actually quite enjoyed it. We went to China Town, Lombard street, Ghiradelli Square, Pier 39, the Golden Gate Bridge, and all over the city. It was a quick trip but very worth it.