That night Dad brought Trevor and Nell's kids home with him, after work, and we had a fun evening. They were off celebrating their 10th wedding anniversary.
Here I am playing a game with Eva and Scott. Eva beat me, but just barely. Scott was the official banker.
To the right, you can see Eva, with my jewelry fixings as we make a necklace for her mom for her anniversary. Eva really wanted to make her mom a necklace and chose the components from among my supplies. She was pretty excited about that.
I also worked on getting sign boards done to make a literary sign post to sell at the reclaimologists event the next day.
Dad brought grandpa home, and I had volunteered to make dinner for a neighbor who just had a baby. Lots got accomplished before Trevor came and picked up the kids. We had had a great time.
Dad, of course was off to the temple for the evening.
I finished up the directional sign on Wednesday morning and got my post up just before the event started. The sign sold for $75 within minutes. I later sold two items out of my group of stuff I had photographed on Monday. Good sale! Of course I spent the day at work. I am still working on changing the one smaller booth into a craft supply sort of place. I have enjoyed doing it so far.
That night Dad picked me up from work and we had a quick dinner at Café Rio before heading to the Hale Center theater to see Urine Town, which was fun, energetic and completely inappropriate for our community ... makes me wonder if I like the direction this theater is going. Of course time spent with Heuers and Moes is always good.
This home belongs to one of the men he works at the temple with on Tuesday, who also happened to be in charge of the home tour. I thought it was amazing.
Of the three homes we saw that night, we knew someone who lived in half of them. (The other two were customers at the antique store.)
Becca and Brady go to Maui Chill about once a week, so they came to help celebrate, as did Emily and her date.
To the right is Emily, Barb and Dad.
.... and it was finally Brady that got a cute smile out of Reagan ... look at her cute Shirley Temple dimple on the right hand side. (her left)
I love their yogurt and mix ins and we all had a great time ... but eventually it was time to go home and blog ... which I finished up in time to go to bed at 2:30 A.M. ... yawn!
When we got home, he let me take a nap while he mowed the lawn, how nice is he?
Next it was off to the second evening of home tours in Provo, which we also enjoyed very much.
That evening we got a Red Box movie. A young couple in the ward was also getting a movie, and were surprised when we got 'Warm Bodies' a zombie movie we had heard good things about. In the end, the movie was OK, but it was still a zombie movie, and we were not the target audience.!
On Saturday we ran errands and worked on the yard. I got a great deal on flowers at Hanson's Green House in Benjamin, which was nice, because I still have a lot of work to do in the garden.
We finished up the day with another Red Box movie, Guilt Trip, a movie with Barbara Streisand, which we enjoyed quite a bit more than the zombie movie, as we are its target audience.
Here he is shown with half of his children, and nine of his fifteen grandchildren.
Sunday was typical with us attending our ward, and then Dad attending his other ward. I spent the afternoon making a special father's day crown for Dad, which he marginally enjoyed, but was good sport enough to wear.
Here he is shown with Liam opening his gift from some of the kids, a pair of running pants and shoes. He also received some running socks and a tie.
To the right is a great photo bomb by Adilyn, with the help of her father, the original photo bomber.