June 28, 2009
June 19-20, 2009 I ran on team Ten Keyed Up in the Wasatch Back Ragnar Relay. My uncles have a business, Ulrich & Associates, who put a team together. I was lucky enough to be one of the select few invited to run. The team was Mike, Tammy, Jennifer, & Amanda Ulrich, Clark and Kathy Ulrich, Chuck Ulrich, Cathy Hurst, Kylee Wayment, Camille Carver, and another guy who's name I cannot, for the life of me, remember. It was SOO much fun! If you ever get the chance, I would highly recommend running. I mean running 5 miles after 3 hours of sleep, what could be more fun?! My first leg (run), the 19th around 11:00am, was 7.9 miles, I ran up the Avon dirt road almost to the top. My 2nd leg was 4.6 miles at 9pm on Friday night, and I ran from Morgan High School towards East Canyon Dam. My last leg was a little 2.5 miles in Heber City, around 9am Saturday morning. The worst was definitely Avon, the heat mixed with dust from the cars driving on the dirt road, plus uphill 90% of the way made it brutal! But I survived and would do it again in a heartbeat! Thanks again to Ulrich & Associates for giving me this opportunity!
June 14, 2009
FINALLY! Boating season is upon us! Kip is a pretty amazing surfer!
Cassie, Rachel, and I were extremely bored while the boys (our husbands) played Halo, so we decided to do an art project! The final project looks great girls! Pictures will be posted soon...
This last week I had the opportunity to go to Girls Camp. I didn't get many pictures of our camp or the girls, but these are a few of things we saw daily. The lodge, we spent most of our time in because it seemed to ALWAYS be raining! The bridge we used to cross over the little creek to get to the Lodge. Flowers surrounded our camp, and the tractor was just cool. Even though the rain was constant we still enjoyed ourselves! We were one of the few camps whose tents actually stayed dry. I loved Girls Camp but I'm extremely happy to be home and in my bed with Kip at my side.
In April we went to a piano bar in Salt Lake, the Tavernacle. Such amazing pianists! They could literally play ANYTHING! Cassie, Rachel, Clint, Kip, and I went and I'm pretty sure we all had fun! Even though we were the only sober ones in the house! It works like this: You fill out a form with a song request and pay money for the pianists to perform it. A $5 bill means you'd like to hear your song eventually and a $20 bill means play my song now! Good times!