Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Saturday, May 26, 2007
Michael made a last minute trip home for Memorial weekend along with Amanda and several of her Springville High fellow grads. He was anxious to get to the Temple for the first time so we moved his planned date up by a week. Annie, Kristin and I, along with Dan and Shauna Rasmussen, joined him for this special day. He was able to spend about 30 minutes with President Oveson, the Temple President. It was a great morning to be in the Temple. Annie and I are very proud of Michael and are excited that he is working hard to be prepared to enter the mission field on June 27.
Posted by emetski at 10:50 PM
Thursday, May 24, 2007
After the Ogden Marathon Michael and his friend Elise came to stay the rest of the weekend with us. Knowing that there would be a crowd at the McEuens for dinner on Sunday we went and bought some wiffle balls Saturday night. Elise managed to snap a couple (hundred) photos. We had a fun game of 6 on 6 and although we weren't really keeping score you can tell Jack was happy to learn daddy's team beat mommy's team.
Posted by johnEboy at 9:40 PM
Monday, May 21, 2007
What a great bunch of pictures and comments. It is a lot easier for me to have you take the picutes and all I have to do to enjoy them is look at them. This seems to be another affermation of what a great posterity we have - please keep it up!
Posted by Papa John at 4:21 PM
Sure, there was some golf at LG&CC, some tomatoes to be planted, a bike ride to Hardware Ranch, a birthday party with a bunch of fun people, excellent food and a marathon to watch..... but the real reason for the trip was to hang out with Jack - mostly Happy Jack, but he was feeling a little under the weather as shown in the photo with Beth, so Beth and Marie hooked him up with some motrin and grandma followed up with some apple sauce and he was back to his happy self.
Posted by emetski at 1:33 PM
Posted by paige at 11:37 AM
.....and he didn't need to be carried by Uncle Jake. Bill was quick to praise young Mikey's effort. At about mile 23, Bill waived Michael ahead and ended up finishing a few minutes behind Mikey. Jake (and Polly) were a few more minutes behind. Michael asked John how his time compared to John's best and John was 'forced' to inform Michael that he wasn't close to John's best time of 3:23 - the gauntlet is laid down. We'll see how fast Michael can be if he manages to get some training in prior to the next marathon. Annie, John, Beth, Jack, Elise and I were all impressed with Mikey, Bill and Jake finishing on an exceptionally warm day.
Posted by emetski at 11:06 AM