Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Sara and Bryan's wedding Part I

Sara got married!!!! But before that, we had to get there. We bought plane tickets for all of us to fly to Salt Lake and Mom and Dad took care of the housing situation by renting a nice house for us all to stay in while we were there. Here are the kids before we got on the plane. Patrick was nervous so we kept explaining to him what it would be like. I don't think Elena even cared what was going on.

After we got off the plane, the first thing we did was find a place to eat. I was only looking for a Cafe Rio sign and I found one. It was awesome. A dream come true since last summer.

The mountains were a beautiful sight. I couldn't stop staring at them. They were spectacular. Texas needs mountains. Pronto. The house we were staying in had an great little park behind it, so Stephanie and I walked the kids to the park to play. It was awesome to catch up with Stephanie, I have missed her so much. The kids couldn't have cared less about the toys. The wanted to make a campfire. Right in the middle of the sidewalk. The weather was so nice that I think we were there for quite a while.
On Saturday we had a family BBQ with my Moms side of the family and our little family got to meet Bryan. He is awesome and will make a fantastic brother in law. I also got see my dad for the first time since we moved. I admit I may have cried a little, I have really missed him. 
My uncle Matt brought dry ice for the boys to play with they were in heaven. I'm sure they would have stayed out there all day. And Patrick was glued to Max's side.
Here is Sara and Bryan hanging out on the deck. And Dad jumping in the picture. Go Dad!

 The little kids all went down to the park and made even more camp fires. 

 I went with Sara and Bryan and Kristina to run a few errands because they were headed to Walmart and I needed to grab a few things. Aren't they cute?!!! Ah young love.

 Speaking of Kirshmina, I had so much fun hanging out with her. Its been a while since she moved to Colorado and I moved to Texas. I have never seen anyone take so many naps. That girl works hard and deserved some naps.

 Sunday after church we went to temple square to wander around. Its difficult to not feel the spirit there. As soon as we saw the spires of the temple I felt such a peaceful feeling. I'm glad we were there together.

 We walked around for a while and explained what the kids were seeing and why it was quiet there. Patrick wanted his picture taken and had some great poses. Elena.....well, we will work on that.

 Such an amazing day


Connie de said...

Good job.

Sarfer said...

Thanks for being a great photgrapher/poster. You should be the family historian or something.