Tuesday, June 03, 2008

No Where To Go But Up

I was so blessed to be able to spend a few days (count them 1, 2, 3, 4 days) in Utah and celebrate another baptism (my beautiful niece Monica)

but also a Seminary and High School graduation (my beautiful niece Marshelle).

Unfortunately I have absolutely no pictures for the graduation because when Marshelle walked I had planned on actually going up to the "stage" but when the time came I looked around and there was hardly any elbow room let alone room for me to maneuver anywhere. I tried to take them where I sat but there were too many heads in the way. Regardless, we are all so proud of both Monica and Marshelle for the decisions they have made and we thank them for letting us share those important life events.
After the graduation we (myself, Shannon, Jessica, Stephanie, Honey, and rents) went to Ruby Tuesday and had a blast. It was Jessica's 22nd birthday and my kind sister-in-law went up to our server and asked if she could get all the hot guys that worked there to come and serenade Jessica. Our server promptly responded "Have you seen the guys that work here?" Then Honey asked if there were any gay men that worked there. Yep, so a little while later a very effeminate man came and presented Jessica with some ice-cream and made the announcement that he was a firm believer that a lady should never reveal her age but he had it on very good authority that there was at least one person at our table one year older. It was great! Thanks for that Honey, it's something Jessica won't soon forget!
While I was away Kevin got to spend all those days with his two kiddos all by his-self. I think it gave him a great opportunity to get to know his kids better, he thinks otherwise and has kindly asked me to not make this flitting off to strange lands without him a habit.


Schmidt Family said...

That is awesome. The only time I have ever left my kids was for girls camp last year. Christopher also asked me not to leave them anytime soon!

Lindsay said...

Funny story at Ruby Tuesday!

Erin said...

How fun! Oooohhh funny husbands. ;) Lydia was adorable at church, as usual. She is our people greeter. Sort of like at Walmart. Only it's nursery and she's WAAAYYY more enthusiastic than at Walmart.