Last night he made dinner and watched the girls so I could take the night off. I went to the A.F. Rec Center to swim and cycle. At home, Kulani set up my camera and tested it. Here's a picture he took of the girls in the forts they made in the living room.
I also purchased the BYU alumni directory. "What a sucker!" you're thinking. But actually, it's pretty cool. It contains everyone who has ever graduated from BYU since 1950. Now at my fingertips, I have the street and e-mail address of Elders Dallin H. Oaks (class of '54) and Jeffrey Holland (class of '65).
A "Donald Bluth" is listed, but I'm unsure if it's THE Don Bluth.
Not listed are Steve Young and Aaron Eckhart, but I know they both graduated from the "Y." Chickens!
My sister Amy will be happy to learn that Ty Detmer is living in Austin, TX. He's still married, Amy, and so are you, so don't even think about stalking him.
A Willard Mitt Romney is listed along with an e-mail contact. It says he graduated in '71 with a BA and from Harvard MBA school. The wife listed for him is Ann Lois. Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's THAT Mitt Romney.
Another surprising name in the book is a one Norvel G. Christenson. Yes, siblings, he really did graduate. Although, I think it was mom who actually has two degrees from BYU, and one of them is under the name of Norvel G. Christenson.
Another cool feature is each graduate is also listed by city. So, for example, if I'm traveling to Shelley, Idaho, and all the hotel rooms are booked, I just look up the BYU grads living in Shelley, Idaho in the book, and I start calling to see if one of my fellow alums has a spare bedroom we can stay in for the night.
"What up, fellow Cougar? Can we come stay with you?"
Enter to learn, go forth to serve. That's my alma matter's motto as well as mine. So start serving me, fellow Cougs!