We took a trip to Utah to visit Grandma and Grandpa Moore on their mission to Temple Square. We also stopped by St. George on the way home to visit with Grandpa Lua. He always teased the grand kids and great-grand kids with his cane, and rarely smiled for pictures. This is where Scott, Rylee and Canon's round heads and chubby cheeks come from.
Scott has many fond memories of spending summers in Page, for weeks at a time, with his grandma and grandpa. But as Grandpa Lua got older and his health required more attention, he was moved to a care facility in St. George.
Since he couldn't walk with a cane anymore, it was the great grand kids turn to tease him and race him down the hallway in his wheelchair. :) This was the last time we got to spend time with him in this life.
For the 2012-2013 school year, Legacy put on a production of "The Music Man". Rylee was a member of the barbershop quartet and had a lot of fun figuring out how to harmonize with no music to keep them on key. Raegan got to be a concerned citizen. I was backstage again, but helped with practices, memorizing lines and expression.
We love to be in plays! The girls like to sing and act and I like to be backstage making sure all the props and scenes go on when they're supposed to. This year, Aubree had moved up to the high school and done "Rebel Without A Cause" but she came back to help me backstage.
For the 2011-1012 school year, Legacy decided to put on Aladdin. Rylee got to be one of the narrators, Kiersten was a harem girl and Raegan was a harem extra.