For my birthday N gave me tickets to the "So You Think You Can Dance" tour. The performance was on Wednesday night and it was AMAZING. Those kids are incredible athletes. It was a really fun night out with N and was the highlight of what has been kind of a hard week for us.
During intermission we were chatting and I asked N why so many Mormon kids are really into dance (we were seated in the middle of a big crowd wearing "Team Caitlyn" shirts). His face got that lawyer-ish look it gets when he's getting ready to launch into a long explanation of something.
"Well," he said. "It goes back to the 60s and 70s. There was this bishop in Lehi who was against dancing..." I interrupted him by smacking him in the arm.
He had me right up until "in Lehi." (Ha-ha, I love this guy.)
(By the way, the mill is only 10 minutes from our house and you should check it out if you're ever in town. The cookie, pancake, and cake mixes they sell in their gift shop are supposed to be super yummy.)
I hope you have a nice weekend. N and I are gearing up for a whirlwind visit to Seattle for his grandpa's funeral on Saturday. We leave the house at 6am, fly to SEA, go straight to the funeral and a family lunch, and then leave for the airport to fly back to SLC. It's going to be a crazy 14 hours.
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