Friday, June 08, 2007

Random craziness


I’ve been dealing with my usual craziness. DH is home more, which is cool, but so are the boys, which required more work for them and less attention on my fun stuff (scrapping) although we have all been reading Harry Potter like crazy to get ready for the July releases.
Observation: Dumbledore has a brother. He is mentioned more than once. L has been peeking on spoiler internet sites and says he believes Dumbledore’s brother is the innkeeper at Hogsmead.
That’s all the fresh Potter information I have at this point.
I spent this morning with a friend and her 18-year-old son taking his graduation photos. He took us to a ghost town. Very cool! I need to take my boys out there sometime to take photos. I think I’ll probably wait until DH brothers are in town because they have a car that can navigate the rough road. It was rather interesting taking it in my friend’s BMW, following her son in his little beater sports car.
This afternoon (after a nap, of course) I worked on some advertising pages for teaching a journaling class at my local scrapbook store. DH had to work, but he was home by 8 p.m.
He has Saturday and Sunday off. Tomorrow we are going sailing on The Great Salt Lake as part of an annual event held at the local marina. We are also going to visit Elizabeth, Tom and their new baby and take photos.
Sunday we start church in a new building because our old building is being remodeled. Church starts at 3 p.m. Fun, fun fun!
I’ll post photos of sailing and babies when I get them.

2 comments:

Wyo sis said...

Oh the speculation! It is rampant in this house as well. Ashlee cannot be separated from her book. She even took it with her on the temple trip today. When she got time to read it I can't imagine. If I remember temple trips accurately there is no time when someone isn't singing or talking, except inside the temple, and I'm sure they didn't let her take it in with her. I like the picture on the railroad tracks.

Hillbilly sister said...

I thought starting church at 2:00 p.m. was bad! The problem with this time frame is you lounge around for so long it is hard to talk yourself into getting dressed and attending the meetings.