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[Comments] (5) : Last night, some of our neighbors invited us over for ColdStone type ice cream, with mixins. They have a granite slab they keep in their freezer. Afterwards, we played Apples to Apples for a little while. We've never really hung out with anyone in the ward (at least people we didn't already know, like Julie, and Kristi, and Jana) so it was nice.

Speaking of Julie and Kristi, I think I mentioned Julie is expecting a baby next month, but not that Kristi is having a boy in January. They no longer live next door, a wise choice if you're going to be starting a family. Our apartment would just be too small for that.

Among the things I have to do today are gather up some products from the company store for Senator Hatch who is visiting today, and fill out a questionnaire for the comedian/magician who will be performing at our Holiday Party.

I had McDonald's for lunch (yay Dollar Menu). I haven't eaten my parfait yet; I'll let you know if it's as good as it looks.


Posted by Frances at Mon Oct 18 2004 17:19

The slab sounds like a gneiss idea.

Posted by Susie at Mon Oct 18 2004 20:04

tee hee!

Posted by Sumana at Tue Oct 19 2004 11:17

Did the Honorable Mr. Hatch sing?

Posted by Susie at Tue Oct 19 2004 20:09

Apparently (according to my boss) he had a whole entourage and just popped in for a quick tour of the plant. I personally suspect he was out of Umcka and was just visiting us for the free product.

Posted by John at Tue Oct 19 2004 20:56

Mr. Hatch grew up in my parent's neighborhood. His mother died a few years ago. I remember for Mother's Day, when I was like 6, I spoke in church for like two seconds. We had to sit on the stand while other people talked about their mothers. The last speaker was Mr. Hatch. I still remember telling my mom he was boring and wondered when church would be over (see, on the stand, I had no toys to play with, books to read, etc). That was my first political encounter, I suppose.

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