I have had no time to blog the last few months, so I'll try to get everyone up to speed by posting some pictures from some things that have happened in the last few weeks.
#1. Adventures with Logan. I got to have a sleepover with this handsome young man a little while ago and had so much fun! The night started with us laughing at pictures from the Fancy Feast cat food Facebook page. Logan, "Higgins" still gives me nightmares. Then, we decided to head up Little Cottonwood Canyon to explore. We didn't have any plans on where we wanted to go, so we ended up pulling off the side of the road and heading down to the river. I had so much fun exploring and laughing with Logan. He is one FUNNY kid! When it got dark, we headed over to Cold Stone to get our favorite cake batter ice cream. We definitely had some good times that night that I'll remember forever. Love you Log.
#2. I have the funnest friends! We got to go to the Strawberry days Rodeo in Pleasant Grove, which was sooo fun! We got there early enough so that we could watch Mutton Bustin' (small children riding sheep) and the cash cows (they attached tons of dollar bills to the backs of two cows and let them loose in the arena, while all the kids from the stands chased after them. Watch the video, it's hilarious!). We also couldn't leave without getting strawberries and cream! Wow, it was amazing!
#3. My roommate Katie graduated from BYU and moved back to California. Katie has had such a great influence on me even though we only lived together for a few short months. She has been blessed with the ability to show sincere love and concern for everyone she talks to. She was there for me during some pretty tough times when I needed someone to talk to. She was always so interested in what was going on in my life and gave me some GREAT advice. I look up to her so much and am excited for her to be able to enter this new stage in her life.
#4. Just this last Friday, we were able to go to the Manti Pageant. The drive was BEAUTIFUL! The setting of the pageant was gorgeous with the Manti temple in the background. It was such a neat experience!