This year for Lindsay's weekend we ad a jam packed weekend. We had my brother's last football games, which ended up being canceled because of the crazy rain. Dad left for the BYU football game and we headed to Provo as soon as the boys' game. As soon as we got to the game the rain stopped. When the game was over we headed up Provo canyon for dinner and to go to a play to remember Lindsay's day.
We went to this delicious cafe, and I tried the grilled cheese with pulled port. So Yummy. And then we tried these gorgeous deserts, which Lindsay would have loved.
We then went to the little community theater in Heber City, who was putting on the play Seven Bride for Seven Brothers. It was far from great. Seven Brides for Seven brothers is one of my favorite movies ever. I grew up watching those old classic movies, Love it! The play was awful, there were some brides and some brothers that could have been parents to the other brides and brothers. Some of the singing was okay, but they cut out half of the songs and wrote their own new ones.
Anyways the next day the boys and I wanted the real version. Everything was restored. I forgave the Timpanogos play company.
Anyways on Sunday we all went to church and it was the boys' primary program. They did a great job. Mom and I were doing okay emotionally until the closing song. We sang I know That My Redeemer Lives. It was emotional because Linds and I sang that song in a trek fireside and we sang the lines
He lives and grants me daily breath. He lives and I shall conquer death. He lives my mansion to prepare. He lives to bring me safely there.
We both just lost it, and all of my young womens leaders were sitting on the stand looking at me. Not good!
That night we had family and friend over to look at picture and to talk about Linds. We got out her chocolate fountain. It was delicious and a great way to remember. Love her!!