I took Angela out to see Matilda for her birthday. It's a beautiful, funny show. In between saying that books are dumb, you can learn everything from the television and that if you say somethings really loud you sound smart.... it teaches about standing up to bullies, that you can do great things no matter your size, having courage is important and not all families are created equal...sometimes we need to make our own "families."
Wayne and I just returned from 4 days in St. George with the Belnaps. The Farleys ended up not going…some family issues. It was great to get out of the snow and into the sunshine. St. George was sunny but really cold. We saw some of the home show houses and fell in love with one of them up on the hill of Green springs drive. If I had a million dollars just sitting around I would totally buy it. We rode our bikes. Wayne did for 3 days, I did for one. I was glad to get on my bike and find out that it didn’t hurt my foot at all..actually felt better than walking on it. I’m still tender footed for another month…by night time the top of my foot is all swollen up. We saw a movie—"The Founder" – that makes me never want to eat at McDonald’s again, but it was interesting. We went to dinner with two different sets of friends - Grant and Carol Belnap and then with the Corbridges and Binghams....and we slept in and stayed up late playing cards.
|Love me some Laura time...|
|Eric and Wayne went mountain biking on the JEM trail... it was muddy, so muddy, cold but fun|
|Me with childhood friend and best buddy Marilyn Mills|