We went to Flagstaff, AZ for the weekend with our friends, the Hadlocks, and had a great time. We hiked this area called Walnut Canyon. I was too short to stand up straight in the caves, but it was a blast!
I just got my grade back on my very first MBA paper. This is what the professor said, "Your papers read like you talk – they need to be more academic in nature… that is what is going to be expected in the program. " I think it's a compliment that my papers write the way I talk, but I understand what she is saying. I got a 12.5/14 - not bad. Guess next time I need to write more like someone from academia and less like myself.
So I'm getting my haicut tonight by my beautiful cousin, Melissa. I am really excited because I haven't had a haircut in about 3 months. (Thanks, Ashley!) Right now, I am deciding exactly what kind of 'do' I want. Here are a few options....
I'd love to do something like this, but I'm afraid C wouldn't like it too much. What do you guys think?
DON'T GO TO J.CREW! Oh my, I went in there Saturday with a friend and they have the cutest stuff ever. You will want one of everything - at least I did. I fell in love with this white t-shirt for $45 and this beautiful cardigan for like $98 or something ridiculous. It's a crime to charge that much for absolutley amazing clothes, right? Just save yourself the torture and avoid the store all together. That's my plan. Right, C?
Sara loved playing with her cousins, meeting Nana and Papa, and having lots of attention on our trip to Heber. My dad has recovered well from his operation and will be back to normal if he continues to take it easy (DAD!) We had all the siblings and baby cousins together and it was so much fun. Everyone got to experience Sara's amazingly loud cry, screams, and cute smile. She is just getting so big. We realized after a few leaky diapers that her bum is just too big for a size 3, so we are now on to a size 4 diaper. Here are a few pictures...
"If you are still in the process of raising children, be aware that the tiny fingerprints that show up on almost every newly cleaned surface, the toys scattered about the house, the piles and piles of laundry to be tackled will disappear all too soon and that you will—to your surprise—miss them profoundly." President Thomas S. Monson