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Easter

So, I'm officially on break for the summer, which is nice, but it's amazing how quickly your days fill up with things to do. I'm still going in to work a few days a week to try to work on my dissertation which I MUST finish this summer.

Kory and I made a quick trip to Utah to attend the funeral of my friend, Wendy's, mom. It was a great tribute to her and I loved seeing a lot of friends from my Utah days. Kory and I stopped at Maddox on the way home.

One day while walking around the greenbelt, I noticed a helicopter hanging around and realized they were putting the Angel Moroni statue back on top of the temple, so that was kind of fun to watch that process. The Open House has been going on for a few days and our stake and all of the local stakes are helping quite a bit. Our kids have been busy with dance practices for the cultural celebration, I'm playing the piano on Mondays in the Visitor's Center, and I'm also taking a shift in the temple, probably stand…
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Spring Break

We had the kids for Spring Break this year, but unfortunately, Kory and I had to work. So we did a sort of staycation with the kids, making it as fun as possible and promising a trip to St. George during Kory's Spring Break. We finally had some nicer weather, so we enjoyed a walk around the Green Belt.








Chloe had her 11th birthday over the break, so Kory and I took her to dinner at Texas Roadhouse where she got ribs--her favorite. We hate to see the youngest get older. Kory keeps making her promise to stay just the age she is and live with us forever. :)

Phoebe brought the kids to Rexburg one day and we ate at Pizza Pie Cafe then did some bowling at Fat Cats. After that, we surprised Isaac and brought them all the Men's Choir Concert.





We had all of the kids who could make it come over to celebrate Chloe's birthday. Did some heavy, heavy hangover, had cake, and played basketball. Everyone always enjoys it when Ryker comes over.