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After 17 days....

I'm home! Kelly joined us for 9 of those days away and we had a fun-filled family vacation. Obviously, I didn't have access to a computer to post, but here are some hints about what we saw or experienced.
Pioneer Day in the Mountains
17 Days Driving a Mini Van
The Osmonds and Mormon Tabernacle Choir Concert
Lindsey's 17th Birthday
Las Vegas
The Blue Man Group
Hoover Dam
Invasion of the Dutch Tourists
Cedar City Shakespearean Festival
Cyrano de Bergerac
Bryce Canyon
Rockin' R Ranch
Family Reunion of My Husband's Dad's Bunch
The Kids First Visit to Provo
Tour of the Stampin' Up Headquarters
Food for Thought with Julie, Lynette, and Madison
Journey to the Center of the Earth with Aimee
Lindsey's Best EFY Ever at BYU
Em's with Jeff and Amy
Dinner with Summer, Heidi, Bobbi, and Barb in SLC
The Legacy Theatre on Temple Square
$850 LUV Voucher for Volunteering our Seats for an Oversold Flight
Home Sweet Home

I missed you, sweet blog! I really should get a laptop.


Maryanne said…
Welcome home Kelly!! (And Lindsey and Christopher!) It was fun to have you here, but I'm sure you are soooo glad to be home in your own beds tonight :)

P.S. Ya gotta love those oversold flight vouchers!
jennie w. said…
Oh, you really, really need a laptop. Trust me, you won't know know you survived without one. Welcome back!
Yvonne said…
Hey Zuster Thompson,
Can't believe you were soooo close and we didn't get to visit. :(
Hope You all had a wonderful time though. We had seriously considered going to the Mormon Tab. and Osmond concert as well. We did, howere make it to Bryce canyon just last month wth my parents and it's really beautiful! Hopefully we can connect on your next trip to SLC. Love, Zuster Young!
Jess said…
Yea!! you're back! I missed reading your blog so often!!

The luv vouchers are awesome! :)
Megs said…
I love vouchers!! Sounds like a great trip and I am looking forward to pictures.
Heidi said…
It was great to see you when you were here!! Glad you are reunited with the blog now ;-)
Julie said…
Sounds like a very fun and busy vacation! Welcome home! We'll definitely have to meet at Mesa Rosa VERY soon for lunch!

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