Monday, June 18, 2007

My missionaries!

I figured since I have so many guys leaving soon and hardly any one knows who is who, I would give background on it...

I lack a more missionary like picture....Jeremy aka Beje Slovenia/Croatia Mission, reported in January

Jason Christensen, Milan, Italy Mission, reported March 7

Dan Flowers, Lisbon, Portugal Mission, reported May 9

Spencer Williams, Macon, Georgia Mission, reported May 23

Sean Lund, Sao Paulo Interlagos, Brazil Mission, reported May 31

Andrew Pettit, Russia Novosibirsk Mission, reports June 20

Jonathan Race, Anaheim, California Mission (Spanish speaking), reports July 11

Cody Cutler, Madrid, Spain Mission, reports July 11

Andrew Evans, San Juan Puerto Rico Mission, reports July 18

Curtis Lundstrom, Cinncinati, Ohio Mission, reports August 8

Jess Bowers, Campinas, Brazil Mission, reports August 22

MIke Christensen, Toulouse, France Mission, reports August 22

I think that is all...for now anyway....

Class of 007

Wow, it has come and gone. My high school days are over...finally! All the hard work through AP classes and finding the right group of friends for me, I finally made it. Here are some of the pictures from the graduation ceremony, May 31, 2007.




Abby and parents!

Andrew and Stephanie!

Highland High Graduation
Stephanie, X, Chanel, Curtis, Mykin

Olympus High Graduation
X, Dylan, Eric, Andrew, Abby

Oh the many memories created! Now on to college to create a million more!

Senior Prom

Well I said this would be next, I just never said when. But here are the pictures from my Senior Prom, May 12, 2007.

My dress which I rented from Candlelight Formalwear in Sandy. Only $90 compared to buying it for +$300, which I thought was a great deal! I felt like a mermaid!

Here is mom pinning the boutineer on my date since I didn't want to stab him. His name is Jeff Bowers, a great guy. Plays the saxaphone in Wind Ensemble with me (or did anyway) and went to Valentine's Dance with me as well.

Here are both of us before we headed off to rendezvous with the other couples. Can I just say that guys are absolutely astounding in tuxes....dang!

We went to dinner at the Five Alls, which if I may say, was amazing in every way! Except for being quite expensive, the atmostphere was so great that it inspired us to speak in British accents the entire night, or at least attempt to. The dance was held in one of the conference rooms at Rice Eccles Stadium. I am not normally scared of heights (only falling) but standing next to the floor-to-ceiling window staring out across the valley made me quite dizzy. Overall, this was such a grand night and I am so glad I was able to go with some of my best friends!