Beau and I had a tacky dinner party at our place. We had tacky food, games and fun! We have some seriously tacky friends that are so much fun! We laughed the entire night.
Meagan’s Glamour Shot Look
Kristin’s Glamour Shot
Brad with his Tat’s and Girbauds!
Jennie’s Glamour Shot
Court’s Glamour Shot
This is my favorite picture! Tami & Beau dancing the night away!
Aly doing her Britney Spears Karaoke specialty! “Oops I did it Again”
All the girls singing “I will Survive”
Tyson does the best Neil Diamond Ever! He sang Cracklin Rosie and we all went crazy!
And more dancing!
Beau brought some yummy Sushi Platters!
I wonder where Meagan got that great outfit!
Check out these awesome cups Deidra brought!
Meagan is such an artist. This great appetizer was a little bit Chia and a little bit Wilson.
Father Chris brought a young boy named Mandi!
Mark & Deidra tried to get everyone to sign up for their Pyramid Scheme.
A financial business that brings in $20k a month! Incredible!
Donut eating contest for the guys!
Chris did the WORM for all of us!
When you run out of dance moves you can always resort to the “Swimmer”!
The day the Police concert tickets went on sell here in SLC, Beau was on the internet trying to get the best tickets available no matter the cost. Beau anticipated this night for a few months! We got together with a group of friends for dinner at a Japanese Steak House and then headed to the big show! It was a beautiful night outside at the USANA Ampitheater! The show was amazing and we had seats on the 8th row which made the show even better!…from what I hear, there were 22,000 people there that night!
My cousin Todd and his wife Lisa sat a few rows in front of us at the show!
Beau’s Cousin Wade & his wife Anji
Tami & Jason
Ben & Kristie
My Cousin Todd & his wife Lisa
Take a look at our Whale Shark experience we had a few weeks ago! It was one of our life time highlights. It is unbelievable swimming with something that big, literally the size of a bus! The ones we swam with were about 25 feet long. with mouths about 6 feet wide. This video is 14 minutes long so make sure to watch it when you have some extra time!
FACTS ABOUT WHALE SHARKS:
As the largest fish in the sea, weighing up to 60 tons (54.4 metric tons), whale sharks have an enormous menu from which to choose. Fortunately for most sea-dwellers—and us!—their favorite meal is plankton. They scoop these tiny plants and animals up, along with any small fish that happen to be around, with their colossal gaping mouths while swimming close to the water’s surface.
The whale shark, like the world’s second largest fish, the basking shark, is a filter feeder. In order to feed, it juts out its formidably sized jaws and sucks in everything in the vicinity. It then shuts its mouth, forcing water to filter out of its gills. Everything that remains becomes the giant shark’s dinner.
The whale shark’s flattened head sports a blunt snout above its mouth with short barbels protruding from its nostrils. Its back and sides are gray to brown with white spots among pale vertical and horizontal stripes, and its belly is white. Its two dorsal fins are set rearward on its body, which ends in a large dual-lobbed caudal fin (or tail).
Preferring warm waters, whale sharks populate all tropical seas. They are known to migrate every spring to the continental shelf of the central west coast of Australia. The coral spawning of the area’s Ningaloo Reef provides the whale shark with an abundant supply of plankton.
Although massive, whale sharks are docile fish and sometimes allow swimmers to hitch a ride. They are currently listed as a vulnerable species; however, they continue to be hunted in parts of Asia, such as Taiwan and the Philippines.