Sunday, June 3

Memorial Day, Mirrors, and Scoresby!

Hey There!

Long time no blog! Last week I was pretty sick with the flu, and just didn't feel like blogging!

I would just like to say that I absolutely love being graduated! I love being able to say that I have a degree in Communications. The extra free time is a nice perk to the whole situation as well! I have time to read, do extra chores, hang out with friends, and watch Brett do homework! (Ok- the last one is not my favorite)

Brett was sick on Memorial Day, so it was a low key day. It would have been nice to go to a park or something, but it was raining anyway. He did muster up the energy to go see Mirror, Mirror at the cheap theater with me. 

This weekend was not the most fun because I worked Friday and Saturday morning and Brett worked Friday and Saturday night. So the only times we really got to see each other were during the one hour in which our work hours overlaped. We could kinda wave at each other from across the store. So instead of sitting at home waiting for Brett to get off work on Saturday night I called my little brother and we went to Winco and a couple other places so that I could do our huge month shopping trip. It was nice having someone to go with me. Craig was super sweet and volunteered to help me carry all the groceries up the stairs! Greatly appreciated!

Winco -same old, same old- what was fun was Scoresby Market! It is a year round farmers market there in Idaho falls that sells fruit and vegetables from local farmers, Ok - for those who have gone to a farmers market before, but I just thought it was the cutest little store with the nicest people! The owner of the market was out stocking apples, I was impressed! I got a watermelon, honeydew, lettuce, oranges, grapes, potatoes, bell peppers, apples, and a cucumber for only 18 dollars!

Scoresbys Market
We had a break the fast as a ward today. It was nice sitting with our neighbors and chatting with everyone. I took a salad and got to use a fancy bowl that we got at our wedding for the first time!

Brett has been looking into different graduate programs and we think we found one that fits his goals the best. We are excitedly looking, but he still has to get through his bachelors degree, finish an internship and take the GMAT before we get too excited!

I hope everyone is enjoying the nice weather and time out of school!

Sheree Bingham


  1. Glad you are enjoying the no more school freedom!

  2. 18 dollars...18 DOLLARS??!?! I could spend that much on the grapes alone. (I don't...I'm saying I could...) That is a fabulous farmer's market! Congratulations on no homework for yourself at this point. A relief, to be sure. :)


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