What an amazing show. Those of you who know me well, know I have been an admire of the show since it's beginning. I keep hoping that one day one of my dancers will be there. I will keep the hope going. I was so impressed with all of them. It was one of the most amazing concerts I have ever been to. I also got lucky enough to score some backstage passes for after the show. Every single dancer was so gracious and kind. I was impressed their were no Divas to be seen. I might have even got lucky enough to have Thayne come and set something on my dance company!!! Pictures to come as soon as I figure out the whole slide show thing.
I was finally tired of my son being referred to as a girl so I finally took him to the local Super Cuts and got him styled. The stylist was fabulous so a big shout out to her for being so good with him. He did get a bit scared at first and got a little edgy at times but we all managed through it and he looks great. Sorry the after picture sort of sucks but I couldn't get him to pose.
A big woo hoo to the BYU Cougars for having another shut out game. I have a sad feeling that next week when they play my Aggies, that it will make it three in a row. Gooooo Aggies!!!!!!
And for those of you who have always wondered about the cool parts of Barry's job here is a little insight. Every Wednesday night, he get's to engineer the BYU Coaches shows. They are always held at various Ken Garff dealerships in Utah County. He gets to spend his evening putting the coaches show on the air, he gets to sit next to Bronco Mendenhall, and chat it up with the players that come in. What a cool job. One of these times I am going have to set the dvr for America's Next Top Model and make it in their to see what all the fuss is about.
So I totally thought BYU had their work cut out for them today in the game vs. UCLA. Boy was I wrong. Barry, Andrew and myself went to the game and made it until the score was 49 zip before we bailed. Best thing about leaving that early was NO TRAFFIC. If you have ever been in BYU traffic it's almost as bad as L.A. traffic.
I also wanted to give you all an update on how going back to work/day care has been for me and Andrew. We have now survived 4 solid weeks and we are finally both doing better. Andrew has finally quit crying when I leave him and he's finally sleeping at night again. I am so glad we have finally gotten our routine back down. Life is Good!!!
10 Years Ago I: 1. Got my first teaching Job! 2. I moved to Tooele. 3. I purchased my first car 1999 Jeep Wrangler in gun metal blue. 4. I purchased my condo in Tooele. 5. I became the Head Drill Team coach at Tooele High School.
Today's To Do List: 1. Correct my health packets & tests. 2. Exercise. 3. Vote on our Homecoming contestant in Dance Company. 4. Fold & finish my laundry. 5. Take a nap with Andrew.
Snacks: 1. Fiber one Strawberry yogurt. 2. Chocolate Pudding. 3. Gala Apple. 4. M&M's 5. I guess that's it!
If I were a Millionaire: 1. I'd quit my job. 2. Pay off ALL of my bills. 3. I'd buy a new house. 4. Take a long vacation somewhere exotic. 5. I'd have another baby.
Places I've Lived: 1. Pleasant Grove, UT 2. Logan, UT 3. Tooele, UT 4. Saratoga Springs, UT 5. Someday somewhere else.
Jobs I've had: 1. ZCMI in logan 2. Permanent Substitute Teacher West Jordan Middle School 3. Dance/aerobics teacher Tooele High School 4. Dance/Health Teacher Albion Middle School 5. Dance/Health/aerobics teacher Pleasant Grove HS.
People I Tag: 1. Lindsey 2. Alixa 3. Karie 4. Alisha 5. AJ
I am married to the wonderful Barry Squires. We have one beautiful son named Andrew who is 1. I teach dance, health and aerobics at Pleasant Grove high School. Barry works for KSL, FM 100, and Arrow 103.5