Today was the big PGHS 10 year reunion. I took care of a low key family day and then there was a dinner at BYU for adults only. I think everything went pretty well. I was a bit worried when it was raining when I woke up, and it would have been great if it had been a bit warmer but all in all things went well.
Jeremy made cotton candy at the park and it was a big hit. There was cotton candy blowing everywhere in the wind and all the kids loved catching it and chowing down. It was great to meet the little families of old friends and since it was free it was good to see those that weren’t coming to the evening activity.
Jer decided to feed JD cotton candy. Needless to say he loved it… pure sugar and a 5 month old, what a great combo eh? I took a lot of pictures but since I’m not going to stay up all night editing the ones of people most of you don’t know I’ll just throw up some of my little family. Since I had the camera the whole night I don’t have a single picture with me in it. NOT ONE. There are quite a few of Jeremy however, why I didn’t just hand him the camera is beyond me.
Funny story of the day: There was a quiz about things from high school. What was the price of gas ($1.03 avrg. UGH) and who was voted most popular etc. After the answers were given the gal in charge was giving out prizes. There didn’t seem to be a big response to people claiming prizes so Jeremy decided to be a smarty pants and went up and collected a prize! We had a lot of fun at our table and couldn’t stop laughing when he charged up there. I can just imagine some of the people trying to figure out who he is.
At the end of the evening the Sr. Class President from our year stood up and said that she isn’t planning any more reunions and someone else needs to take over. Without thinking I popped up and said I would. I got a LOT of support after for deciding to take the lead and I’m glad I got the chance to, I have a few fun ideas for the next one. Quite a few people said they are interested in helping so as long as I don’t loose track of everyone it should be a great success.