This past weekend Bri and I headed up to Midway for a family vacation with his family. It all started on friday night with the guys going and playing some golf and then girls headed to the Park City outlet mall. I had such a fun time hanging with my mother in law and sisters in law. I really don't get to do that very often and it was way fun! Then after we were done with the outlets we headed into Heber and had dinner at the dairy keen. Then we headed back to the homestead where me and bri just crashed from such a long day!
The next morning we headed back into town for breakfast with the fam. Then we kinda had whatever time until we were ready to check out of our rooms. Brian's mother thought of a really cool game we could play where we would rotate from station to station and earn point. Like we played air hockey and foosball and pool and then the person who got the most point out of the rotations won. Emily (brians sister) won! It was a really fun activity. It was nice to just get away and be with the ones you love. Here are a few pics from the trip :)
The one thing I love about the 4th of July is the fireworks!
I always look forward to the 4th because it is kinda the middle point of the summer. This year really hasn't been too hot which has been great. But that does not mean that it won't get hotter. I am not a big fan of hot weather even though I did live in Houston for 15 years maybe that is why I don't like hot weather anymore :) So now to the 4th of july. We ended up going to Brian's parents house for breakfast and it was so yummy! Then that night went went to his Aunt Nancys house for dinner and fireworks. It is always fun to see Brian's cousins. They have the cutest kids so I of course had to take pictures! Here are a couple of them :)
Here is Macy isn't she so cute!
Here is Cohan
Here is Andi and Brooklyn
And then here are some more pics I took too :)
Here is Liz and Eric
and here is Karen and Cory
We really did have such a great time with the family. To bad it had to end. Well I hope everyone else had a wonderful 4th!