Friday we snuck some of the worlds best gyros (I hope you are pronouncing that right) into the theatre.
We love sneaking in our own much more delicious food. So that way even if the movie is terrible, which this one definitely is, it's still an enjoyable experience.
And then we went home early to clean our house and do some laundry.
Cause, you know, sometimes even that makes for a pretty awesome date night.
Which was interrupted when our good friends had to rush to the hospital with their adorable baby and we sped over to babysit their oldest.
Which was scary, probably much more for them, but luckily all turned out all right. Thank goodness!
Saturday our young friend from Switzerland moved here and we helped her get settled in.
We squeezed a paper-bag-picnic in the park and some cleaning in.
And then we brought her home and ate tacos, lounged in our hammocks, and walked over to Aggie Ice Cream for some of Utahs finest frozen cream.
Sunday I wrestled out some prints of our Relief Society newsletter at church that simply were not cooperating.
On which I included my latest favorite thought - included for your viewing pleasure above - which we have dubbed our family theme for the month of June!
And then there were naps in the hammocks, phone calls to family, cooking, and then friends and their cute kids over for dinner.
Which remains a standing invitation for as long as they continue to bring with them the worlds most delicious brownies!
Not bad for the first weekend of a month that still feels like hasn't arrived yet.