Things in Rexburg looked like they were moving rapidly toward a real Spring season. The sun came out and the snow disappeared enough that golf was a reality for a few days. We had our annual Easter picture a week before Easter, since we were going to be dressing down for the actual holiday.
The girls went for a ride on the two seater, and all seemed right with the world. However, nothing is ever as you want it to be in Rexburg, and the next picture shows the current situation in our backyard.
The rapid changes actually seemed to have an adverse impact on Cari, as she experienced some sort of a break with reality. I'm hopeful, for the sake of the children, that it won't happen often. We can only hope.
Since the weather turned on us anyway, we decided to spend the Easter weekend in Island Park with Tom and Kricket Mounts and Andy and Lynn Clark and all of their kids. Kricket's family has a very nice cabin just North of Henry's Lake, and the view is usually great. This weekend, the view was about 25 feet most of the time, but it was still a great weekend. We spent time doing all the finest things in life. Reading, eating, playing ping-pong, pool ad foosball. We also managed to take in General Conference and watch some basketball. I can't figure out why when I try to do all of those things at home, Cari says I'm wasting too much time, but if we do it at a cabin, it's what we aspire to. I'm not complaining, but I am a bit confused.
All things considered, we had a great weekend.