Thursday, March 25, 2010

Spring Break has come and gone! I can't think of a better way to spend it, than with my hubby and our families! We went to Salt Lake last week for Dave's little brothers wedding. It was fun to spend time with the in-laws. Everything is always so relaxed and worry free when we're there. We arrived in Salt Lake on Tuesday around noon. After grabbing some lunch, we headed to Shelley's (Dave's mom) school. She teaches 2nd grade and some of her boys want to play football when they grow up, so Shelley thought it would be good for them to meet Dave. After that, we went to Dave's parents home and took a nice nap. Exactly what we needed after a day of traveling! We were able to go and see some of Dave's high school friends that night. It was a lot of fun to hang out and catch up. The next day, we slept in, and then got ready to go to through the Jordan Temple. It was so pretty and such a great experience to go with Dave's family. The next morning was the big day for Nate. Nate and Katie got married in the Salt Lake Temple. It was suppose to rain that day but ended up being a beautiful day. The reception was that night and that's where the fun began... at least for Angie, me and Megan. We were dancing (mind you we were the ONLY ONES dancing some of the time), eating out of the chocolate fountain, and stealing all of the delicious mint truffles. The next day, my parents drove down to pick us up and take us to Idaho. How sweet are they? On Saturday, we had Theresa's baby shower and a couple of my friends came down from Pocatello to see me. I was so glad that my fam planned to have the baby shower while I was there! It made me feel like I didn't live so far away. It was so nice to see everyone, and I really appreciate Danielle and Hailey for making the drive, and letting me meet their new additions to their family! All of my family came over that night for a nice family dinner. The next day, mom and dad took us back to Salt Lake to go home. I was only home a day and a half and would have loved to see more of my friends, but maybe next time!