So here's some stuff we've been up to, hopefully you all like pictures.
Arancini night. They're these meat/sauce/cheese filled deep fried rice balls that Jamey used to eat on his mission. They were pretty delicious. Here he's teaching everyone how to make them. Our house smelt like oil for 3 days but overall it was worth it. I love having a husband that can cook.
Superbowl. The helmet actually belongs to a 2ish-year-old.
And this was yesterday. The beard/moustache is now so long that if Jamey combs it straight down he has no lips! I was laughing so hard. I wanted him to go to Church like that but no luck. He parted it.
And just one more thing to share. Maybe two. I've been thinking a lot about mormon.org lately, probably because I've been spending so much time reading everyone's profiles. I think it's fabulous and that's what everyone should do for their next Family Home Evening. I know it was created as a missionary tool, ya know, to show the world Mormons aren't really weirdos but everyday people. But the benefit for Church members is huge too I think! There's this idea (in and outside of the Church) that Mormons live cookie-cutter lives and we all dress, sound, talk alike, the women are crafty and the men are four-eyes. But when you start reading these bios it shows that we don't fit a stereotype, and more importantly we are not expected to! Just go read some. You'll feel great.
And along the reading lines, my sis-in-law shared this article with us. It's fantastic. I've read it a couple times. Read the article he's referring to first (he links to it) and then read his comments. It's about Mormonism too, fyi. I hope you really do go read it.