We took Truman to the Wasatch County demolition derby tonight. At first he didn't know what to think- he had to watch for about forty five minutes before he started to understand the concept of wrecking cars.
It was such a beautiful night.
Truman liked the tow trucks that took the wrecked cars off the field almost as much as the action of the actual derby.
The truck race is always entertaining and it was no different this year.
Within the first couple of minutes we watched a truck roll completely over and start on fire.
Half time entertainment was by the Wasatch county employees and sherifs department.
The final heat was one of the best I have ever seen. It kept going, and going, and going ...
The final few cars were running with no ties - at this point Truman was completely glued to the action.
The fireworks were some of the best I have ever seen.
I quickly snapped this picture of my dad being introduced at the opening session. I love how the room full of thousands of screaming ladies cheers for my dad when he is introduced - and I love how they want their picture taken with him :)
This year Dallin came and was indoctrinated into the world of Stamping.
Lauren few in from San Francisco for the weekend just to attend convention with us!
We were all interviewed by the Stampin'Up! team for a video they made.
Here is one of the projects we made.
Dallin perfected the 'feathering' technique!
My friend Tami usually sneaks in for an afternoon of stamping - its become a tradition!
My dad is very detailed oriented so he makes a great crafter.
We were trying to finish so many projects in such a short amount of time that we convinced my dad to sit down and help in our rotation.
Some people are SO creative.
I always love looking at the thousands and thousands of ideas.