This weekend was nuts! In all the good ways. We worked hard and played hard. Friday was the norm- Tyler worked, I schooled, then I erranded while he homeworked (all real words, I assure you). I had to work Friday night though- not the norm. We set up everything for auditions and ate yummy pizza. I work with some of the greatest people. Luckily I didn't have to work for too long though- I don't think it was more than 2 hours. Randall and Crystal came over after Tyler picked me up, and we had pizza (yes, I had two dinners of the same food in one night- don't judge) and played some Wii, and then watched "21" and ate pazookies. The movie really made me want to learn how to play poker or something. It was fascinating, seeing a life that I am so unfamiliar with. Anyway, it was a good night. We woke up uber-early Saturday morning because I had to be to work at 7! Audition day!! It was quite the event. We had hundreds of students auditioning, and for lots of different instruments. I got to administer the Aural Skills Exam (any of you music majors taken it?) and grade them afterwards, which was fun. It was a busy day, but it honestly was tons of fun. It really didn't feel like I worked 11 hours. Well, until about the 8th hour. :) Tyler picked me up at 6 and we went straight to Tucanos. Yay for coupons! I love birthday month. We ate lots of really good food and felt full for a really long time. After we ate we went to Giselle and Austin's place and (after a trip to Cari and Ryan's to borrow it) we watched "Terminator Salvation." Not my kinda movie. But it was fun to be there with their surround sound system... there was stuff falling off the shelves during one of the fight scenes. Pretty cool. I had a really hard time falling asleep that night, so I popped in "Wedding Planner" as Tyler was snoozing, and that helped. Sometimes I just need noise I guess!
Primary was a bit of a struggle today. Two of our kiddos started complaining that they weren't having any fun. Seriously? We had just shown them part of The Restoration movie. Whenever they played movies in Sunday School when I was a kid, it was a treat! Anyway, so they had a hard time listening to our lesson on the First Vision, so we ended up doing a little bit of Simon Says and paper airplane flying. They are so reverent in Sharing time though, it's weird. We came home after church and grabbed a snack, and then drove up Provo Canyon. It was such a beautiful afternoon! So we used our handy dandy camera to take a few self-timer pictures. I'm still getting the hang of the camera, but Tyler is much better, so some of the pics turned out great. We drove down to Aunt Dana's for dinner after that, and it was delicious! My first french dip sandwich. YUM. We sat around sharing stories for about 2 hours after that, and we laughed harder than we had in a long time. We love our family.