if pillows could talk, they'd give me away

Before the semester ended, Ryan and I went to the Drowsy Chaperone in Logan. It was fantastic. Totally crazy. Needless to say, I loved it.
The music is insane, and the whole show is simply a play on how silly
musicals can be. If you ever get the chance, I bet you'd like it.

Soon after, things began to wind down. We were packing like crazy
and finishing school and work - then Graduation came!
Congrats Ryan, Class of 2009!
He graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering
with minors in Economics and Computer Science.

My sisters came to stay with us in Logan, too.
They're nuts.

Only a few days after, we moved from Logan - loaded our Penske truck and drove to South Jordan. A handful of projects and days later, it was time to continue our journey to our summer destination in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Not before we had one more Bake Night where we made: Plain Bagels, Lime Bars and Emergency Chocolate Cake. :)

Along with our new car stereo, Caitlin and I rocked out to an old favorite of mine as we arrived in the starlit desert city- "Let's Groove" by Earth Wind and Fire.

A phone call on Sunday to our Mother for Mother's Day, and singing Happy Birthday to my Dad on Monday...Caitlin and I played on mountaintops, in a movie theater (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past = D+), and of course in Buffalo Exchange, a sweet consignment shop.

In other news,

It just so happens, that two of my sweet childhood/high school friends are getting baptized

My brother Trey is going to Orlando, FL for an LDS Mission - he enters the MTC on 7/8/09

My nieces Steph and Amanda are experiencing the UK for three weeks

One of my dearest friends, Britney Graham, was diagnosed with Leukemia today

My birthday is coming up. :)


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