Monday, October 31, 2011

Parents Weekend at BYU/Halloween Fun 2011

So we went to visit Perris and Elyse and we were wearing our BYU fleece, for chilly it was on our fun, so we decided we definately needed to run! We all did really well, and felt very swell about our run that day, so we decided to play a game of bowling to continue the day and may I just say I won that game, (it wasn't a shame), and then we went to eat lunch, at Legends Grille where Perris once worked, and now all four of us lurked to fill our tummies with glee and then we all walked to the stadium where we had to pay a fee to watch the game of the century, BYU against against Idaho State, (we were just a tad bit late), and BYU already scored, and each and every time they did, we heard the fans and Cougar Roar! 56 to 3 was the final score, so you can see the game was definately not a bore! Later that day, Perris and Elyse went off to play by themselves so Dad and I reminisced and saw the places on campus where we met and we first kissed! Four of you guys and 5 grandkids that please, we are amazed at what we achieved! When we got home to Va., to the pumpkin patch we did roam, to buy the great pumpkin you now can see, and Dad carved it into this years design, a very scary Mickey! For that was the design on the t-shirts we bought at DisneyWorld on Friday the 7th, and and believe it or not, we bought that pumpkin on the 11th. Now it is the 30th and it is ready and carved and now with the pumpkin seeds we made, we surely will not starve! Happy Parent's Week-End!  Happy Halloween!


Jed Rock said...

Looks like you had fun Honey!

Connie said...

i love how you made a poem out of this! You rock mom! And Dad's pumpkin is once again impressive. I'll never forget his President Bush face pumpkin either. (by the way- HOLY COW that is a huge pumpkin) I love you both! Happy Halloween! (oh, and Perris and Elyse look so cute... ahh newlyweds. Darling.)

PERRIS said...

Thanks Connie. We know we look gooood! ;)

And this was one of the funnest weekends I've had in quite a while. Come back and we'll do it again!

Anonymous said...

Connie, That pumpkin was huge! It weighed about 40 pounds! Perris, It was a great week-end! I'm sure we will do something like this when you graduate! Love, Mother

Mike and Arely said...

Looks like you had fun.
That's always the case when you run.
The pumpkin was big, and seeds too, Yum Yum.
My holloween was different, I sat on my bum.
We bought no pumkin but then got one for free.
Because it was the day after, the store gave it to me.
So now we have a pumkin to carve.
And seeds to make so we won't starve.
We love you both and miss you lots.
Please dont wait to visit until we have tots.

Anonymous said...

So Michael is also a poet. Did anyone else in the family really know it? His gift of the pen just might come from within or it just might come from another. Could it possibly be that the gift you might see could have been inherited from his mother?

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