Friday, September 21, 2007


Jason took me to go see "Wicked" for my birthday, which was on Wednesday. I already knew most of the music so I knew it was going to be good. I just didn't realize how good! This is a show worth seeing...and I will hopefully see it many more times. If you go to YouTube and type in "Wicked the Musical," you can see clips of the show and performances of the music. It's awesome!

Moving Day!

So, last weekend was an emotional one. Jason's parents packed up and moved from his childhood home in Claremont. Jason's three brothers (Rob, Mike, and John) and his sister Janelle came down to help pack up and to say goodbye to Claremont. Here is a picture of Jason's brother family playing some baseball in the front yard. We're lucky we got anything done. :-)

Here is a picture of the Riley siblings (plus our niece, Katelyn and nephew, Lockton) at Claremont High School. It was fun to walk through the high school and hear all the stories of the glory days.

The last picture in front of the Claremont house.

Kamryn with her cousin, Lockton

How cute....Meredith and Kamryn match!!!

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Go Cougars!

Jason and I were able to attend the BYU v. UCLA Football game at the Rose Bowl last Saturday. Our wonderful friend, Cynda, watched Kamryn for us while we went out with our friends, the Rambows and the Lands. We had a great day....even if BYU lost. They played a great game.

The Rambows

The Lands

Hopefully, you know this couple.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Girls Night

I have a wonderful husband because he lets me have girls nights quite often. This was a girls night that I had with some close friends from Orange County (where I grew up). We met at Downtown Disney and ate at the Jazz Kitchen Express (yummy beignets). Then we just walked around some stores and headed back to Stephanie's apartment for cookies and to chat(she's the one in the middle wearing the blue shirt). It was a fun night and it was good to see everyone.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Toiletpaper Thief!

You know that moment when you are busy doing something and all of a sudden you realize it is quiet and you don't hear your child. Well, this was one of those moments and when I went to check on her, I realized I had left the bathroom door open and there she was. A huge smile on her face and a huge wad of toiletpaper in her hands. A classic moment that I had to share. Who can get angry at that face. Plus, it was still usable. :-)