Talmage and I are party animals. Yeah, what you don't believe me? Take this week for example:
Sunday- Went to my grandma's house in Buckeye and had dinner and hung out with my family. Happy birthday seth. An entertaining part of the evening was hearing Hyrum's cheesy engagement story and being amazed that his fiance fell for that and for him. This reassured to Talmage and me that she must be made for him. BTW his fiance's name is sarah.
So here is a little about Sarah. She is from mesa (born and raise). I think she is around my height (5'7") and has abern hair. She's very pretty. She comes from a big family. I think she just finished her bachelors at BYU Idaho, correct me if I am wrong. They met each other a month or two ago. They started dating in the first part of June and were engaged by the end part of June. You might think this was quick but in comparison to Rick no one can have a quick engagement. I don't know where they are going to live after the wedding and all those details but by all means enlighten us.
And oh, they are getting married in the Salt Lake Temple, all the way in Utah. I guess it was a dream of sarah's. After going to Carries wedding all the way in page, I am not too thrilled about driving to utah. Oh, I'll go, it's your two day and what ever you two want goes but I am still going to complain a little. All the way to Utah! Joy!
Monday- I made a boat load of cookies but had no boat to put them in, so we went and visited some of our neighbors for the first time and gave them cookies. Surprisingly, our neighbors don't bit, they are actually interesting. Too bad we did'nt find that out months ago when we moved in.
Tuesday- Saw the play 1886 about the Mormon hand cart pioneers. It was in this big ol' theater at the Mesa Arts Center. Man those people could sing good. Some of them need to work on there acting. Like the a main character, Joesph (not joesph smith), looked like he was gaging when he was crying. It is suppose to be a drama but I could help but laugh some of the time. All and all it was good but not impressive.
The guy from Rigoletto who played Branaldy played Brigham Young in the play. Sarah was all movie stared eyed over him. She even got a picture with him. I have to admit it was weird seeing him as Brigham Young I kept thinking any minute he would brake out with a song from that movie.
Wednesday- Went out to eat with coach Shanks (I might have butchered that) (he is Talmage's
high school coach) and bobby (a friend and fellow team mate). Bobby brought the boat and we sailed to red robin. I enjoyed listening to them reminisce about the "good ol' days". Some of the time I had a glazed look as they talked about different plays and maneuvers as such. But all and all, it was fun.
In honor of bobby, Talmage and I are going to name our son Robert Charles Walsh IV Hansen. And he will grow up to be an amazing football player and make his parents proud.