Thursday, April 8, 2010

Provo: where Lauren bleeds Cougar blue, and I just freeze

Larry had to get back to Maryland, so Lauren and I put him on a plane early Monday morning and headed down to Provo. She lives at Liberty Square apartments with 3 amazing roommates. There are suppose to be 6 roomies, but since there are only 4 girls, I got the extra room, lucky me! First stop: grocery store for some milk. $97 later (yes that was very expensive milk) we went to meet up with friends and family from home for dinner. Chris Horn and his sisters made yummy pork tacos with homemade tortillas. It was so fun to see Cameron Chubbuck (David's brother) play with little man, Jacob his new nephew!

Uncle Cameron and baby Jacob
Emily and Chris making the tortillas Jacob promptly threw up on Cameron after this picture
Uncle Cameron and Aunt Lauren

David pointing out his mission to Australia to Jacob

This is Adam's former mission companion, Mateus Costa. He is from Brazil and is going to BYU. He plays on the BYU soccer team. He and Adam have remained close and we like to keep tabs on him too. He has a sweet wife, Adriana and a new baby Noah!
No trip would be complete without a "baby Shenanignas" lunch out! We went to Cafe Rio and I enjoyed every moment with our hometown family.
Stacie Seymour Vaughn, Lauren Reynolds, Cameron Chubbuck and Kenny Seymour


In front of their WALL of pictures!

Out with the girls (Lauren is on the left)
Lauren and I put together packages for her 2 best buddies, Spencer and Matt. They are in Ecuador and Guatemala. Spencer's dad told us to put Virgin Mary stickers all over them and write "missionary supplies" with lots of crosses, so no one would feel the urge to open them and steal from them. Lauren did a great job of tricking their postal workers into thinking that there is NOT peanut butter, ties and candy in those boxes!

1 comment:

  1. don't slack on the blog here! I need to be updated :)last time you blogged I was there! And we all know how long it has been since i have seen you :( hope all is well!