Klingensmith Wedding #1

Bryan's sister, DeAnn, had 3 of her 6 children get married this summer. Kelsey and Aaron Tucker got married at the end of June in the Jordan River Temple.

The happy couple
The Bungalow in Pleasant Grove, reception site.
Grandma &Grandpa Boyer

 The oldest Boyer grandchild, Kris, getting a youngest grandchild sandwich.
 The food at this reception was AWESOME and they kept bringing it out!!
 Cara caught the bouquet
Jordyn needed her own flowers too... It was a great day for the family.

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We have some friends, the Stoneciphers, that we met through Cara's YMCA volleyball team. They are awesome people. They have two daughters who just happen to be the same age as our two daughters. It just made sense to be friends. We sat by them at all the games, went to lunch together once and were invited to dinner at their house at the end of the season in June.

Here is Dave giving Cara a ride on his custom painted motorcycle. He drove her around the neighborhood and then offered me a ride. I said no thanks...

Then he offered Bryan a chance to drive the motorcycle...

The following is evidence that Bryan should have said no thanks as well...

 Burns, bruises, meat scraped off his toes, wounded ego and total embarrassment were the injuries.

Thankful that it wasn't much worse!

Girl's Camp 2010

Our tribe name "Mahanamakamaka" (Friends with the light of Christ)

So I was called to be the Girl's Camp director for our ward this year. It was especially exciting because it was Cara's first year to attend. She was not offically in YW yet but because she was going into 7th grade she could go. The poster above was for our fundraiser. It was a total success!

How many YW can squeeze into the Bishop's truck?

The before picture

Our Iron Chef Dutch oven masterpieces

Catching fish. Cara was really good at this!

Singing Camp songs. Some of these are the same as when I was a youth...

Leading a song at lunch time. "The Princess Pat"

Safety goggles? Check.


Swimming on the last day of camp.
The Last Supper

I loved spending time with these girls. Especially the one in green next to me. The week was full of fun memories and I feel blessed to have gotten to go for her first year!