Tuesday, March 3, 2009

O Canada...

I love Canada...More than you could know.

I memorized the national anthem by other people singing it to me...so, if you hear me sing it and it is off tune...don't blame me, blame them.

O Canada!
Our home and native land!
True patriot love in all thy sons command.

With glowing hearts we see thee rise,
The True North strong and free!

From far and wide,
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

God keep our land glorious and free!
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.

I suggest everyone memorize the anthem. Canadians respect you more.

When we reached the border, I kissed the ground. You might say, that is weird. But I don't think that is true.

Jen's mom rocks. "Get closer girls." Oh man.

I've never seen Jen so scared in her life. She might or might not have held on to her moms leg. Really, we were all scared. This is not laughter from having fun.

I love Canada, moose, and hockey. Go Flames!

We went to Banff, Canada. Everyone should go there on their honeymoon. It is so beautiful. There are picture perfect mountains, picture perfect people (us), picture perfect town, and wonderful accents. Remember, it gets pretty cold there in the winter. I suggest going in Spring.

Here's the deal. This is me sticking my head out of an ice castle! An ice castle! Seriously, I didn't really know these things could exist. As you can see, I was pretty happy. There was also a wedding going on at that time about 5 feet away. Also, the ice castle was built on the most beautiful lake called Lake Louise, which was completely frozen!

Here is all of us in the ice castle. Right after we took this picture, Jen almost fainted. Don't worry, I walked her over to the bench. She also threw up that morning. I think she looks like a babe for having thrown up only 5 hours earlier.

Allison and I rock at taking jumping pictures. I had been jumping normal (quite successfully for me...look at me Jae!). I decided to mix it up a bit and pulled out this jump. I thought it looked a little more exciting. You can tell by my face.

Also, we drove off the freeway on the way home in Tremonton, Utah at 11 PM. I advise to not do this because it is sort of scary. But really is was quite an exciting evening. The only thing that I regret is I did not take a picture in the huge tow truck. Thank you to Elder Hunter for picking us up from Tremonton and Allison's dad for picking us up from Ogden and driving us to Provo. Also thank you Allison for not turning the car. You rock.

1 comment:

Jae said...

Easily, easily the best jumping picture of you ever. I don't think you will ever top this.