Saturday, September 10, 2011

New blog coming soon

I like to blog and keep track of our activities, so a new blog will be coming soon,..... hopefully

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

We live for the weekends!

Here's what we've been doing the last couple weekend.
 The end of June, Hayden got to stay at Harmony's for the week, but she ended up being sick and couldn't do much. Once the weekend came we joined up with her after we attended Jeremy's Grandma's funeral. 
 We stayed down at Harmony's and hit the SLC farmer's market Saturday morning.
 Then the 3 of us went to Hogle Zoo.
 Jeremy's felt like he was on his first grade fieldtrip.
 The 4th of July weekend was full of activities. We went with Harmony and J.D. to the Beach Boys concert.
 Mike Love himself started the festivities off right for Logan.
 Saturday we went golfing with my parents and Cannon and Justine.
That night we went and watched the "Cruise In" parade, down Main Street.
 Sunday we decided to go on a hike to Naomi's Peak, but that was changed due to all the snow at Tony Grove. Look at all this snow and ice.  Usually this time of year this lake is covered in wild flowers and birds.
 This was the campground we were have stayed in the past. Happy 4th of July! there is snow everywhere.
We opted for the Crimson Trail, sunny, high and beautiful with no snow.

I always feel like the summer just ticks by so quickly, I want to fit everything in, but its never really possible.

Sunday, June 26, 2011


I have so many pictures and so many great memories of our trip to Kauai. Here are just some of the highlights. 
 Upon arrival we received lei's handmade by Halli
 Hanalei Pier, These three jumped off
 Halli's Ariel Silk performance. She is so good. Watch out Cirque du Soleil
Ke'e Beach boogie boarding
 The beautiful Ke'e Beach where Jeremy and I got married
 Hyatt in Poi Pu.
Swimming at the Hyatt
Leaving the port to go on catamaran ride
Dolphins swimming under the boat
The bluest waters along the Na Pali
Snorkeling by Niihau
Hiking down to a turtle cave and seeing a turtle
Queen's Bath
Finding mermaid treasure
8 mile hike to secluded beach and waterfall
Your own private beach
Hanakapiai Falls
Hike up Ke'e, the beautiful Na Pali
Cookout on Hanelei Bay
Seeing a Mermaid
Talking with a Mermaid
Boogie boarding at Hanalei Bay
 Luau with everyone
 Cute Hanalei Church
 Spending 10 days with these guys

Monday, May 30, 2011

Achtung Baby!

 After a year and a half a waiting, the night finally arrived.
 We went with Harmony, JD and my Mom.
 Not too many Moms I know would go, but my Mom is the coolest. She helped us to appreciate good music from birth.
 The stage was amazing and our seats were very close. The show is about to start. Around 50,000 people were in the stadium.
 This concert is hard to describe if you don't absolutely LOVE U2 like me, or if you weren't there.
 I can't describe the feelings I get when I am at these concerts. It's a high for my that I can't describe.
 I know I am a bit obsessed.
 The round screen lowered into this to make a light show.
 The energy in the stadium was huge.

This was the top of the stage structure

 Bono is Amazing! He has so much energy.
This was my 4th U2 concert and my favorite, so far.
I can't wait until the next one.