Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The Sweet Seats

Last week Ward was given some sweet seats to a Suns game from a friend in the second row. Man, it's going to be hard to go back to the nosebleeds.

We went with our friends Adam and Aimee and enjoyed dinner at the arena (included with our tickets!) and an almost great game until the Suns lost at the end.  I think I loved the entire experience just as much as watching the game. The included (not free! I'm sure someone paid for it with the price of the tix!) dinner, the time out games and events plus included halftime snacks of popcorn and cookies made the entire night really entertaining. Did I mention that it's going to be hard to go back to the nosebleeds where you have to pay for your own snacks and water bottles?

Thankfully Adam and Aimee are just as comfortable as we are at taking selfies and asking strangers to snap pictures for us.  They appreciate the art of documenting life Aimee even made friends with the guy sitting next to her and her shares doughnut holes with us. Sweet!

I used the Scrapbook Circle Portobello Road for this page and love how it came together quickly. I had an idea to cut some paper strips and spread them across the page and then went from there. Super happy to have this documented. Most of my pages focus on the kids, so it's a fun change to focus on something fun that the parents got to do.

Today is going to be a fantastic day! My sister Kristen is coming home from an 18 month mission for our church. We've only written weekly emails/letters and talked on the phone twice since she left. It will be great to get to hug her and see her in person! Here's a look at Kristen and our kids just before she left. I wonder if Audrey is now as tall as Kristen. We shall soon see!


  1. I love love love your lo! LOVING the colors and the star in the title work!! And it will be hard to go back to the nosebleeds after that experience! :) And YAY for sister coming home!!!!!

  2. how totally fun--a Sun's game? SERIOUSLY awesome!!



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