Sunday, July 24, 2016

Mushrooms, Moving and Mawwiage.

It was another fun filled week .... I ran into Dianne at the joint doctor's. 
The low point followed when they were injecting part of my seperated blood into my heel.  The knee injections were a cake walk!  

When I got home I cancelled my Finnish skypping and told Scott to buy steak for that night as I was not up to making the chicken cordon blu we'd planned for our Finnish dinner. 

Then I took pain pills and a long nap. 
Dinner turned out great. We'd invited the other couple who's going in the MTC with us, the Vests, and the couple we met at the Finnish reunion in the spring, the Richardsons. We think we may be serving their exact mission.   To fill the table Scott invited a young couple who are engaged and who are both returned Finnish missionaries that he met at his mission President's granddaughter's farewell  
Here Sully shows us the must have Finnish dictionary. 
Here's the whole gang. I was also wearing a black and white striped shirt,  so that one of each couple was so garbed. 
On Tuesday I made caprese kabobs, adding mushrooms for our 'shroom fest at art group. 
Here are the girls. 
We each taught a mushroom project. Mine was the felted mushrooms in the lower right corner. 

Dad worked and did his temple shift so I was able to come home and make Cheryl's dinner before retreating to my bed with more pain killers .... 
I worked Wednesday but was later able to put my newly crafted mushrooms and other collected mushrooms in a shadow box. 
After work on Thursday we met up with the Heuers and Moes for some Joseph therapy!  It's been a long time!! 
This was the Spanish Fork Community Theater's  third time to do the play, and they added some stuff that I think detracted from the straight forward and simple structure, that is one of the things I love about the play. 
A neighbor from the Moe's and Heuer's Highland ward was in the play, that made it fun too. Her name is Emily Lloyd   
Though I got to see my second favorite play,  Spencer and Brittney got to see my favorite play, and on Broadway too! , as they spent the weekend in NYC to celebrate his birthday!!  How fun is that!! 
On Friday Ginny and I went down to the Young  Living Lavendar farm in Mona. 
It was fun to learn about essential oils and to eat Lavendar flavored ice cream.  I found out that Lemon Balm is also called Melissa! 
We went to Eli's in Payson for lunch and learned that the former library that houses it was originally a train depot!  
I'm just not sure why there was an American Flag in my Itailian sandwich. Hmmm 

I worked Saturday and Dad helped Trevor move furniture they'll not be using for a couple of years, into a storage unit. 

Then Dad came by to pick me up after work to go to Eszie's wedding,  

where we met up with Darby. 
Here comes the bride on the arm of her foster dad. 
She looked so pretty. 
Their bishop married them. 
Eszie's sister Megan (Jamie) came and met Eszie for the first time (in many years) 
Here they are together. 
Here the whole family. Eszie holds Leo who she gets on visits. His paternal grandparents care for him as his father has custody.  Baby Micheal is held by his step father Ben. It was great to see how sweet Ben is with both boys. As he held Micheal when other things were going on, he repeatedly kissed his head. It was very sweet. 
I liked this picture if Eszie. 
While we were having fun in Utah, Kai got his braces off in Idaho!  How fun is that. 
He also got to have fun with his cousin Scott who is living with them for a whole month!! Cousin time!! 

After a nap and dinner we headed to Seamon's where we celebrated Kaysen ...
And Kamryn's birthdays!! 
And then there was a Pokemon Go walk and fireworks!! 

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