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First Accidental Selfie Video

This was the first of many video clips taken on our trip. We were in New York.

Welcome to New York

Should I go back this weekend?

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Angel Man

My San Francisco Faces #2

  • Angel man who gave us tickets for the cable car. He showed up out of nowhere. (Okay not true. We just weren’t paying attention.) We were being all tourist-y taking pictures and making videos of the famous cable cars. We were planning on getting on trip down. When out of nowhere a handsome (not sure I remember that well but he was so nice that he gets a handsome in his description) blond man who was about 6’4″ with an accent and a brown jacket, early to mid forties, asked my sister if she had bought her tickets yet. She said,” No,” confused and said,  “I think you can pay when  you get on car.” She was thinking he was asking if he needed his tickets before.  He said here and handed her some tickets. We looked down in shock and all said thanks in unison.  And then he was gone. We had been trying to plan on a budget it was a blessing.  He must have been watching the crowd because he knew there were four of us in our party even though Lindsay had stepped away to check for prices. We never noticed him or his family picking us out but were grateful he picked us. 

In this moment I learned that good people are everywhere. Random acts of kindness are blessings. You never know who is watching. Also, I learned I would love to be more like him. My dad always says: “When you share with others you are blessed with more to share.” I know that Angel Man will be blessed for his kindness.

Cable Cars

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Host Saturday Night Live.

Host Saturday Night Live

Marriage in the temple

Find and woo an incredible RM

Vacation in Tahiti

Hike more

Surfing in Hawaii

Week long backpacking trip

Go to Oregon/ Washington and see the coast

Build dream home or remodel my dream apartment

Have 4-wheelers that I use in near by mountains

Fall in love again and again

Do stand-up comedy

Ride a gondola inVenice

Bowl a strike and get a turkey

Join a bowling league

Ride in a hot air balloon

Go paragliding

Go tandem sky diving

Get a sky diving license

Go on a helicopter ride

Fly in an open-cockpit airplane (like the planes built during WWII).

Go hiking in the rain forest in Brazil after backpacking South America

Participate in The Rickshaw Run

India by train

Go On a Cross-country road trip

Go Rock Climbing on that same rock feature in the Citi Bank commercial

Eat at the Korean taco stand

Visit Irelandand the cliffs from Leap Year

White water rafting down the river in that scary Kevin Bacon movie

Go kayaking

Sailing on the ocean

Helicopter ride


Become successful

Live comfortably

Travel always

Visit all the national parks in the United States

Do something crazy on New Year’s eve in Amsterdam

Successfully learn to meditate

Become an “early riser”

Live within my means: never go into debt

Swim with dolphins

Write a book

Spent my 30 birthday in a yurt in Mongolia

Add more to this list….

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A Day with Jen

My Friend Jen’s dad came into town and she ask me to go with her to Salt Lake City to pick him up from the airport. She hasn’t seen him in nearly a year, so she was excited. We spent the day together and we made a few random video clips that day to remember the day.One where I asked Jen if she needed a funny man: Jen Needs a Funny Man and a really sweet one of her waiting for her dad:I don’t want to miss the big moment (I did miss it though.) We picked him up at the Salt Lake International Airport. The entire time I was jones’n’ to buy a ticket to anywhere and take off. I kept joking about it. Jen said she’d have joined me had it not been for the fact her dad was coming into town. We watched people and waited.We asked”Where you going?” as I wished it was me.

Her dad arrived and he took us to a fancy dinner on the town. My long time favorite, Little America Coffee House. I stuffed my face. And we took the tram to Temple Square and went to The Church of Jesus Christ of -Latter day Saints art history Museum. It was super cool and I had never been. I learned several things.  I thought I’d share them here with a few of our photos.

Here is one of our only picture that has one of us in it. Here I am conference talkin' at the podium. 

Sister Clark addressing the Conference Center.

One of my favorite things is all printed languages of the Book of Mormon. I know this picture is low quality but this is so impressive to me, the amounts of languages this book is printed in. Knowledge is power. The amount of translation that goes on in order for each to know for himself (or herself) about this book. Impressive.

A Painting of President Hinckely.

These are gifts that people all over the world gave President Hinckely. (I have that matryoshka doll set, hence the picture of such random things.)

Temple Square

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