Rewind: End of June

Just another day in June with my Hazel

Yikes! Summer is almost over, which means I better start blogging about it lick-a-dee-split! 
I wanted to quickly sum up a few other small things that happened in June.

Firstly--Autumn and I did a 5k--which is totes worth mentioning. Any time I run longer than 2 miles, I find it worth mentioning. We signed up for the American Fork 5k and we were huge fans. Granted the run wasn't the most scenic, but the cause was something we could get behind. The theme was survive and thrive and the money raised goes to helping patients fight cancer. I'm pretty sure I choked up 20 times watching all of the apparent stories and teams in support of individuals, not to mention thinking of my mom and aunt who are cancer survivors themselves. It was also fun it was the day before my mom's birthday and I hope we can do it again next year. I just really enjoyed being apart of the whole thing.

Secondly--Phil's parents came for a visit where they got to see Ryder play T-ball and watch Phil coach his team. We also looked at some houses in the Utah Valley Parade of Homes. Then, we visited Phil's grandpa in Ogden where Phil's sister met up with us for the rest of Grandma and Grandpa Shorten's stay. We went swimming one day and went to the Museum of Natural Curiosity another. It was good times had by all. 

This is the best we got with Grandpa Shorten this time around...we did our best-dangit. 

Enjoying 74 mph winds at the Curiosity Museum

Lastly--The Green Zombies finished their first successful (what Phil defines as no one getting hurt) season of T-ball! Phil coached and if he were telling you this might end it with a huge sigh of relief:) We'll see if he'll be up for coaching again in another year, but I wouldn't hold your breath if I were you. 

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