Thursday, February 23, 2006
The guy in the tux would be my husband Joshua. (Not Josh, it's Joshua) This is a picture of him with his three best friends. (Not counting his brothers) On the far left is David. He married Rose in September and adopted her cute little girl, Hallie, who always asks to go to "Joshua and Lori's house" and likes to give me hugs. Next to David is Kyle who is marrying Joyce in April. On the far right is Aaron who recently came home from his mission in Chigaco. He is currently single so if you know of a nice girl we can set him up with...Joshua loves hanging out with his three younger brothers and playing sports with them - playing on Xbox or really playing. He also loves to race, whether it's on his Xbox game Forza, at an indoor go-kart track, or entering his civic in a race. Currently Joshua works for a company called Porter Brown. He loves talking to people and has a talent for sales. Someday he would love to teach high school and coach the sports teams, especially baseball. Joshua served in the Canada Halifax mission and would love to take me there someday to see where he spent two years of his life.
Hi, my name is Lori. My husband Joshua and I live in Bountiful in my grandparents' house while they are on a mission in Russia. People are always asking me how married life is and I always say, "Wonderful!" I love being married to my super awesome hubby. I work at Keva Juice in Bountiful - making smoothies all day. I now know how to make some pretty yummy smoothies, so if you have the right stuff and a blender, I'll make you one. :) I love playing my violin and wish I still took lessons or had a group to play with. I collect music files on my computer of all different types of music. My favorite sport is still soccer. Even though my husband has never played and his family doesn't have many good things to say about the sport. I still consider it the best. I like playing basketball with Joshua and his brothers and watching them play church ball. I love my friends, especially two of my best friends, (in the picture with me) Amber and Heidi Woodbury who I have known my entire life. (That's no exaggeration!) Amber has been on more than half of my soccer teams and we have always been in the same group of friends. Heidi was in the grade older than I was, but we became roommates when we both moved to Logan to go to Utah State. Unfortunately for her, I left her with a couple of roommates that hated us both. Luckily she is getting married in July and also gets to leave them forever.