This weekend was a lot of fun. I already wrote about Friday night, which was way fun might I add. But then Saturday I just spent the entire day with Greg and Karina. I was just happy to be with them. We actually went to Jessica Labrum's house (Tod wasn't there). She cut Karina's bangs, as well as mine. It was nice to see her for a tiny bit. That night, the three of us went to see the movie Salt with Angelina Jolie. I'm usually not a huge fan of her, but this movie was actually pretty good. Then we went back to their house and watched The Bourne Identity. Karina made us cookies, which were bomb.
Sunday, I went to Leah's aunt's house in Lehi for breakfast, then I dropped the car off at Janet and Martha's in Draper, and a got a ride with Sean (Leah's cousin) to Salt Lake for conference. We saw the second session on Sunday. It was AWESOME! The conference center is amazing, and hearing the apostles and general authority, as well as the Prophet himself, was such a blessing. Definitely worth it. Then the ride home was pretty long. We met up with Greg, and we all drove to Ogden to hitch another ride with Nicole up to Rexburg. It was a long process... We met Nicole in Roy, Utah at a Panda Express, but we had to wait there for Nicole to go back to Ogden to get her own car, and then come pick us up at the Panda. While we were waiting, we had no food, so Leah and I bought some food for all of us. BUT! The best part was that Greg was outside watching all of our stuff, but decided to come inside to talk to us, but he straight up smacked into this huge window NEXT to the door. I don't know what he was thinking, but it honestly made our day. It was the funniest thing ever. He didn't even bother coming inside after that because it was kind of embarrassing. Some guy was sitting right next to the window too, and it didn't even phase him. But Leah and I were almost on the floor crying because we were laughing so hard. I will never forget that. After that incident, we finally got picked up by Nicole and her boyfriend Kyle, and drove home to Rexburg. I, of course, sat next to Greg the entire way. It was a lot of fun.