I’m excited for Super Sunday this afternoon, especially since we’re going to honor the high school graduates: Aaron, Ben, Sarah, Emma, and Del. I’m not sure if all of them will be there, and I’m not exactly sure what the agenda is, but I know it will be fun. Nora has done way more than her share of the planning, so thanks, Nora. Be there or be square. 4 pm, Nora’s house.
Thursday night Dad and I went to Aaron and Emma’s graduation in Heber. It was loud and crazy and fun. The names of the graduates were read off in alphabetical order, so Aaron and Emma were first and second, out of more than 500 kids. I was very proud of them.
We’re also incredibly proud of Sharon, whose graduation was the very same day. Too bad we couldn’t have been there, too! Sharon can now add some more initials after her name: RN and BSN. Her courses and practicums were tough, but she made it, and we’re sure she’ll have a wonderful career as a nurse.
Oh, yes, and we’re also very proud of Julie and Spencer for graduating from UVU. But their graduation ceremony was a drive-through, because of covid, you know, so we weren’t part of that. We congratulate them, anyway!
Last week I wrote that the dinner time for our anniversary party on June 1 would probably be around 6, but we’ve had to change that to 5. If you can’t make it by then, just come when you can. I’m hoping we’ll have plenty of food, and I’m trying to calculate everything as well as possible. Kim suggested that we get hot dogs for the little kids since they might not appreciate Bam Bam barbecue, and I think that’s a good idea. If I can finish the fire pit remodel, they can roast them outside. If not, we’ll just cook them.
I know there’s still a lot on your calendars, but don’t forget our next family book club will be on June 12 at our house. We’re reading The BFG by Roald Dahl. It’s a great book, although there’s one scary part. Well, maybe there are a lot of scary parts, but if the kids can handle it, I can.
Lots of love, Mom