I still can’t believe summer is gone. Maybe it’s because summer really didn’t start here until the middle of July…can you say LAME-O!…
Even though I’m a little bit bitter about how few days I actually got to wear flip flops and t-shirts, I am still going to dedicate this post to Summer 2010 and the fun times we had…
Grandma Kathy Chemo Visits
Chemo sucks and we hate that GK has to go through it, but we are grateful for the fun times that we get to have with her while she is here. One of our family’s favorite games is “Honkey Bonk”.
It’s a game know by many names…President, Vice-Pres, etc…we made up our own version that requires silly hat wearing.
Our beloved Shock won the AFL2 Championship. It was an awesome season, we had a blast watching them play this year.
Our good friend Adam is the general manager and part owner of the team so he and Meg usually sit up in the owners box to watch the games. We talked them into watching a game with us down with all the crazies, it was awesome!
We also invited some new friends, Melissa and Kevin, to experience the awesomeness of the Shock. I still can’t believe their baby Jude slept through the loudness of the championship game!
Family Fun Fest
We had our annual family get together. It was so full of fun that it will have it’s own post soon.
Bye Bye Blacky, Hello Silver Bullet
Aric decided that it was time to get a truck to carry his massive amounts of carpet samples. It just so happened that our good buddy Ron was looking to sell his truck. So we hopped on a plane and went down to California to pick it up.
Don’t worry this is not really his truck, we spotted it in a parking lot and we couldn’t help ourselves, we had to take a picture of it.
Meet Silver Bullet…
It was a very quick trip but we enjoyed every minute with them. Becky inspires me, she is an amazing mom and she is adjusting to number five beautifully.
This picture is for you Meg…
End of Summer Family Extravaganza!
We usually say goodbye to summer by going to Silverwood. This year the weather did not cooperate on the days we could go, so we took the girls to another fun park that had an indoor pool instead.
We rock climbed, Maya is a natural, just like her mom;) I can’t wait to take her again!
Eden wasn’t quite as comfortable with this activity but she still made it to the top once.
We got to play a round of miniature golf, Aric killed us all.
I may not have won, but I had good form.
Aric also blew us away with his bowling skillz.
Again, good form but not good enough to beat Mr. Good at Everything.
So hello, hello fall. I am trying to wrap my head around the fact that half of September is already over. Homework is here along with dance, piano, and soccer.
I can no longer be in denial about it being fall. I am heading to Utah next week for my annual women’s broadcast trip…(let me know if any of you want to play while I’m in town)…I will be meeting with the BYU and UVU buyers again, and maybe if I brave I might even meet with the buyer at Utah State. My book has been consuming a ton of my time lately, I will write about that soon too.
So there you have it. My ridiculously long summer recap.
HOLA Y ADIOS!