We met up with my friend, and former Mothers Without Borders co-team leader, Kat. (Why didn't we take a picture together???)
By the time we were done there lunchtime was over and, on a regular day, that means it's nap time. So we drove the Alpine Loop to see Utah's beautiful color and hoping our boys could get some MUCH needed rest.
After coming down Provo Canyon into Provo we headed for BYU campus and met up with K.C. I remember going back to BYU as a kid and not really understanding why it was such a special place to my parents.
I completely get it now.
BYU is where I grew into an adult. It's where I made some of the dearest friendships that will last a lifetime. It's also where I got smart spiritually and academically and also managed to squeeze in a lot of fun. I love that place.
Noah says at BYU you get smart and have milkshakes. I'd say that's a pretty good start.
We visited lots of buildings on campus, which brought back many memories. We had both left BYU by the time the Hinckley Alumni Center was finished, so we made sure to stop and take a look. Noah was really excited about the race car in that room.
Provo City Center Temple. It was really impressive to see the progress that's being made there.
And our fun in Provo culminated with, of course, a stop at the BYU Creamery for ice cream. Noah had been talking about getting a milkshake at BYU for weeks, so we definitely couldn't disappoint!