mum: call everyone
dad and i: EVERYONE!!
mum: that's a beer!! round on me!
[we were playing the game Bang, where a beer=a life, so she was pretty excited. she told me i had to add this disclaimer. everyone: my mom is not into drinking alcohol.]
mum: i just don't get tattoos...there is nothing i want forever [looks at dad] well, except for you.
alex sends a text in the middle of a nerf gun fight
emmett: there's no texting in war!!! [kicks him in the knee]
hannah: i mean, who wears yellow and grey!?!?
i just look at her, because she's wearing a yellow and grey sweater
hannah: besides me.
me: i just want to have my reception in an orchard, then people can pick their own refreshments
mum: but fruits not in season all at the same time
me: well, they'd get two options
mum: or you could have three different receptions, in each season
dad: don't give her any ideas
caleb: yeah, because i'm not going to all three.
the day after the reception, when we were talking about the food they had.
alex: oh, the wedding colors [red and purple]!! i just thought it was awesome that they had grape flavored gummi bears.
walking into church
alex: it'll be nice going to a real ward and not talking about marriage
an hour later
me: look what he's writing on the board, it says marriage. there's no escape.
five minutes later.
teacher: we have two people here looking to get married. [gesturing at me and alex]
i shook my head.
teacher: did you wait seven years for her? [paralleling the isaac and rebecca story, still talk about me and alex]
dad [to alex]: don't leave the church because of this
mum [to me]: tell alex we're sorry
caleb: it's my power, the first card i draw i can take it off the discard pile
caleb: that's my power, the first card i draw i can take it off the discard pile.
me: how many times do you think he's going to explain that to us?
random man at muchas gracias: when i was young, our girlfriends made us take them to five star restaurants.
wife: there weren't five star restaurants back then--more like 12c hamburgers.
mum&dad kissing in the kitchen
dad mumbles something about the dog
mum: it's fine, she's blind.