Sunday, August 24, 2008

Fathers and sons campout

Friday night the boys packed up and headed to their first ever father and sons. We found out about it last minute (oops...why do we always miss the announcement part of sacrament??). So it was an unexpected surprise for me to have an evening to myself. Man...I really wished for a daughter or...a mother or sisters or girlfriend or spend the evening with. But oh well. Hahaa. I got my favorite Chinese takeout and a couple of movies and had a grand time all by myself. It is always nice to not have to put ANYONE to bed.

Cortney couldn't snap a whole lot of pictures but here is the tent...
and one of the boys running around. Looks fun right??

I think the boys had a lot of fun. At least it sounded like they did. Rob however was TERRIFIED of the that boy needs to get out more. He really bosses Cortney around too...he makes Cort do stuff I would NEVER do for him.

Then this morning we headed down to the BYU hall of fame for Tyson's birthday party. Man when we walked in there was a clear view of the football team outside practicing. My heart started pounding so was so exciting to see them. I can't wait for the season to more week. Then we headed to the Wilk for bowling. MAN I AM PATHETIC when it comes to bowling. We bowled with bumpers in the gutters and I still bowled an 82. Oliver beat me by like 20. Ahhh. Not only that but I hit the bumper almost every single time. No wonder I used to hate going bowling on dates.

Last but not least we went in the afternoon to Todd and Tiffany's new house. Oh it is beautiful. Sean and Amber, amd Cherie were there also and Cali and Joey came too. We had a wonderful dinner and ohhh such a wonderful time. They are all some of my favorite people in the world.
A picture of the five of us. I have other pictures to post but I will do that tomorrow. For now I am too tired. And church is EARLY.


Douglas and Connie Jones Earl said...

Hi dear. Great blog. LOVE MOM

lanita said...

I SO know what you mean about wishing for a little girlishness when the boys are away! Sigh.