Sunday, April 29, 2012


My work likes to plan lots of random activities. We legitimately have a party planning committee. Luckily, I'm fortunate enough to be a part of it. Thus, we do awesome things. A few weeks ago my boss randomly texted me saying he wants to get tickets for everyone to go the AMA Supercross event in SLC. When the boss wants to buy everyone Supercross tickets, you don't say no.

We had a good time. The kids next to us got into a wrestling match. A guy almost fought Troy over a churro. You know, an average night at the track.

Afterwards we came home and ate ice cream. Can't get much better than that right?

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Yay spring!!

The only good best thing about Provo is the spring time weather. My first summer here, I kept waiting for it to get hot but was surprised when October hit and I felt like summer came. I guess thats what happens when you are used to Vegas weather.

Instead, it stays pretty nice throughout all the summer months...except for that reliable snowstorm in the middle of May each year. Weird.

This year, my goal is to take advantage of the nice weather. My mom loves to make fun of how pale I am every time I come home so I decided to surprise her this year.

This weekend Troy and I went out to Bridal Veil Falls. I hadn't been there since I was about 10 and Troy was a Bridal Veil Falls virgin.

My family vacations always revolved around a beach. However, we did take ONE trip to Utah when I was growing up. I'm still not sure how we convinced my dad to go inland for a vacation but we did. That's when I had my preview of the falls. This is where my dad proposed to my mom. After going this weekend, I can kind of see why. It's the most beach like place I've been in Utah...after Provo Beach Resort of course.

It was nice to get out of out apartment and be close to some form of water. Plus, I got some sun. Watch out mom, I'll be tan before you know it!

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Happy Easter!

Troy and I had to make some awesome eggs in order to make up for not doing any last year.

We also did an Easter egg hunt in our kitchen. Which, if you've seen the size of our kitchen, you'll know must have been quite difficult and time-consuming.

Now I'm off to make our traditional deviled eggs, ham and roasted potatoes (BONUS: When you're still starting new traditions...everything you do is traditional.) so I'll leave you with this parting message. Elder Holland always says it better than I ever could anyways.