I am hardly ever in Spanish Fork. We went there are few Saturdays ago to go to the Icelandic heritage celebration thingy they have. I haven't been since I was a kid, so I was unsure as to what to expect. I didn't see anyone I knew, except one of Mamma's old missionaries. Tyler Shepard. Do you guys remember him? He asked me if I was Sister Toutai's daughter. hahahahaahaha! awesome. I said yes, and then he thought I was Miriam, because he mentioned Daniel. I said, no, but that's my sister. Anway, it was interesting. We missed out on ponnukokkur (ugh don't know how to spell it) and kleiners (Tyler Shepard said they americanized them!! WHAT?! so I wasn't too disappointed. ;) but we did have pylsurs. Yea! And they sang some songs, most of which I didn't recognize, except I did recognize gamli noa or whatever its called.
Oh yeah, and there were lots of Canadians there on a special tour or something. They had these handout thingies that are from a few years back, but one had pictures and stuff of the Hofsos thing we went to all those years ago. So I got them for Mamma. Interesting. And weird. hahahahahaha.
Oh, random and strange, it was like a blast from the past that day. After the festivities, we went into the library just to check it out, and my old high school english teacher was there from my senior year of high school. So I told her hello and you probably don't remember me, and she said she did. Remember me, that is. I think she was lying. HAHAHAHAHA. maybe not. It was Mrs. Nehrer. Melisa, I think you had someone else, right? Anyway, then a girl I worked with at Quickutz was working in the library. So weird weird weird.