Monday, May 31, 2010

Graduation of My 2010 Friends

Colton :)
Will and Shaylie
Noelle and I watching the graduates

I went to Sky View High Schools graduation to see some of my good friends graduate. Its wild to me that a year ago that was me. I feel so much older now and they all looked so little. Its also crazy to think they are all now at the same stage as me, college going young adults :)

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

LDV Idaho Tour

Latter Day Voice Tour 2010 was one of the greatest things I have been able to do in a long time. How great it is to be with so many amazing people, who love the gospel, and love to perform.

Who knew Idaho could be so beautiful?
They call this the Niagra of the West.
I always thought Idaho was a bunch of dirt with potatoes growing...
I wouldn't mind living in Idaho :)

A potato cellar. That place blew my mind. We got to walk on a 18 feet high pile of potatoes. We also sang in an empty one, where the echoing was crazy. What a neat thing to do. I will never forget that.

We all got awards for something in LDV. I got a little nervous for mine... but it wasn't too bad. "The best laugh that makes the sun come out" or something like that :)

The Family Night Talent show. My and my band, "Band Awesomeness" did an improv song about Bro. Salmond leading the band with a spatuala
We had to set up the stage everywhere we went, making all 60 of us, official movers. The speakers were really heavy and became slightly scary when headed down stairs. But me, nor my strong bud Taneesa ever dropped one.

Two of my favs, Rebecca and Kelseie. Rebecca was the president of LDV and broke her foot two weeks before tour. What a treat to carry her around everywhere :) Such a good sport and great leader.

My two bestie girls, Missy and Whitney. I love those girls with every ounce of my heart.

This kid is the greatest guy I have ever met! He is next years LDV President! Yay for Matt! Love that guy!

Monday, May 3, 2010

Finals Week

Finals week is always a crazy stressful time. Its nice to get with some friends, throw around the pig skin, and get your mind off the crazy school work for a moment. I love these people!

Special Needs Institute

One of the neatest experiences I have had this school year at USU was being apart of Special Needs Institute. Those kids are incredible, and the spirit was always so strong. I got a little teary eyed saying good bye, but know that we will all still be friends in this lifetime and the next. I'm so grateful for this amazing experince