Friday night Devin's parents were so nice to watch all of the kids while us couples went to the Homecoming Spectacular. It ended with a grand finale of a guy flying in the air over the audience but having trouble getting him down, which is ironic because they had trouble getting him up in the first place, haha! Then we went and got ourselves some Rita's Water Ice - in PROVO! I have been craving that for so long.
Parade - Game Day
Saturday's weather was so gorgeous. The perfect warm fall day! When the marching band came by playing the fight song I became flooded with so many wonderful feelings and memories of my times here in Provo. We were so excited and ready to leave when graduation came but when I come back I miss it so much.
I hope these two little guys become great friends :) Owen and Mitt
After the parade I got to have lunch with these lovely girls! It is CRAZY to think that I hadn't seen Sarah since even before Ava was born! Best roommates I could have asked for, now we're adults with kids, real jobs, and law school.
The rest of the day was pretty relaxing - we went to the Bean museum and a park in Provo to let the kids play. Talane and I also went to this cute little shop in Provo called Harmony. They had the most beautiful shelves of yarn and fabric and handmade jewelry and ribbon and pottery and all that kind of girl-y stuff :)
The game didn't start until 8:30 pm! We were so bummed when we found out because we thought it'd be way too cold for the kids but it was actually really nice! We were all just in sweatshirts or coats but never felt cold! Ava thought the game was great for about the first 20 minutes and then started getting SO tired and cranky so Devin took her back to the hotel to sleep while some of the others there listened for her. It was fun to watch the rest of the game in some peace and quiet ;) (owen slept the whole game!). It was a good game but unfortunately we lost in the very end, 42-35 to Nevada.
Once again, thanks to Neil and Laura for setting up a great weekend and showing us a good time! Pin It