So this post is a couple months late but that is how life goes sometimes. Back at the beginning of October, Paul and I flew to Utah the Thursday before general conference so that I could attend a big Korea mission reunion celebrating the 60th anniversary of missionaries in Korea. It was an awesome event with returned missionaries who served from before I was born to now. There weren't a ton of people I served with but it sure was great to see the ones who were there.
Janet had law school fall break, so we spent the week with her. Paul had a blast with CJ and Julien. They were so good to him and he loved playing and trying to do everything that they did. We were also able to attend my cousin Kaya's wedding and see my parents and lots of other family who were there for the event.
|The whole group at Willow Lake|
|Paul loved chasing the ducks, playing in the water, and even did a side hike with Lucy.|
Paul especially loved the unlimited pony rides. He kept asking to ride again and again. I think he went 5 times and rode every pony.
After an awesome week (2 weeks for Paul and I) of friends, family, and fun, it was time to head back to Arizona. Of course we had to drive the Alpine Loop first to see the fall colors we so long for in our new fall-less home.
We did a stop off at Kolob Canyon, a less busy but no less beautiful section of Zion National Park. We did a nice little hike and obviously, the 2 weeks of not sleeping caught up to Paul.