Thursday, November 13, 2008

Some Random Pictures

I was going through pictures I had downloaded from Brad's camera and thought I would share a few of them. Some are from the reception in New Mexico, some are from the reception in Grand Junction, and others are just random. Enjoy! I thought random was appropriate for a Thursday morning after only about 3 1/2 hours of sleep.

Can't you tell Dana is just thrilled to death with the reception preparations? (NM Reception)

Is mom excited for the reception or just happy she doesn't have to try to keep food cold in a cooler and can use her own kitchen to cook in? We may never know. (NM reception)

This was the weather Brad and I drove home from our honeymoon at Bear Lake in. I want you all to understand that this was June 11. In case you didn't see it the first time, it is JUNE!

Had to include a picture of two adorable men. Jarom was a hit at all the receptions, he definitely upped our social standing just by being such a darn cute chunk of a kid. Of course I don't need to say anything about how devistatingly handsome my husband is, that is just understood.

For those of you not able to be at the Grand Junction reception, my niece Megan did a great job of making the Institute look a little less utilitarian. She even went so far as to bring in special guests, like R2D2's girlfriend. (Previously the trashcan)

A dress that twirls really requires no explanation. (NM reception)

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Birthday Weekend & Graduation

Brad attended graduation ceremonies for the Corrections Academy, I was unable to be there because it was during the week, and unfortunately I still have classes to finish up. But I did tell him to take pictures.

I was able to go up to Logan for my birthday it was so much fun. First I stopped off in Orem and had dinner with Rodney, Marja, and their exchange student Jorge at PF Changs. Yeah! for chinese food.

Brad and I spent saturday doing absolutely nothing productive, went to the gym, went for a little hike up Logan canyon, and listened to the USU/ Fresno state game on the radio and of course had dinner at Cafe Rio, my personal favorite.