Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Fun at Hogle Zoo

This past weekend, Wynn and I went to the Hogle Zoo with Wynn's brother (Andy) and family. I'll admit, I'm not one that could say that i love animals, but i actually enjoyed looking at all the fun and crazy animals at the zoo.

I thought that the giraffes were quite amazingly tall and very entertaining to watch. It was so funny watching them try to reach the really tall trees with their tongue. I have never seen such a long, disgusting, purple tongue. I guess it fits its body.

This is Dari the elephant. The Hogle Zoo celebrated her 48th birthday. They had a big celebration at the zoo that day. They served cupcakes and had face painting stands. The Zoo hired Andy (Wynn's brother) and his "drumming crew" to come play the drums as part of Dari's birthday celebration. They were awesome.

Andy is drumming to his wife and children.

Earlier last week, we also went to the Second-Hand Serenade Concert with Andy, Kayla, and Greg Jones. It was a very fun night, although it got a little cold towards the end. It was enjoyable for me because listening to this band reminded me of when Wynn and I were first dating. He introduced this band to me and played them all the time. It reminded me of the fun memories we had while dating.

Here we are waiting for the concert to start. I just want to comment on Wynn's nice hands on my fat, attractive belly.

Greg, Andy, and Kayla Jones

Sunday, June 1, 2008


Luke left on his mission earlier this month, May 7th to be exact. He is serving Washington DC. I had the priviledge of going with my parents to take Luke to the MTC. Let me just say, it was extremely difficult. I had already said my goodbyes to him the previous week, but then i decided to go to the MTC and say my goodbyes one last time. It was such a neat experience to go the MTC, but it wasn't fun seeing Luke cry like i've never seen before, as well as my parents. I am so proud of Luke and his strong desire to serve. He was more than ready to leave and I'm sure that he is loving every minute. These are just a few pictures I took at the MTC.