On the way to the Improv, which is in Harrah's, we passed Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill! They humored me just long enough to take this one picture.
The next day we had brunch at the Bagel Cafe, a great deli where everything is so delicious it's difficult to decide what to order! Josh Melvin met us there and came over to hang out for awhile while Charlie and the girls were at Disneyland for the weekend. We got home just in time to have a visit with Jeremy, Stephanie, Shelby and 8 week-old twins Asher and Bridger. It is always so much fun to see them, and the new babies are so cute and look so much like their big sister. Aunt Marcia came by for a visit so we all took turns holding and feeding babies. It just doesn't get much better than that. I think I'm holding Bridger and Marcia is holding Asher.
Marcia Rockwell is Ruth's former sister-in-law and she introduced us while the Melvin's were visiting in Moreno Valley over 15 years ago. It was fun to catch up with my dear friend, Marcia. She teaches Kindergarten and lives in Las Vegas now. Her hair is so cute short!
That evening, Craig and Dwight scored row 13 tickets to the UNLV basketball game while Ruthie and I went to our show. It was such a blast! They did all the best dances, and the dancers all took turns introducing each other. All the dancers did solos and there were video highlights of them from the season. It was so much fun to see those dances we loved from Season 5. I was so glad that even though they didn't make the top 10, Phillip and Caitlyn were included in the entire performance. So that meant we got to see Caitlyn and Jason's bollywood dance and Phillip and Jeanine's hip hop from the first show. The big joke of the night was Phillip and Jeanine sneaking out and trying to do the Russian Folk dance throughout the performance. If you follow the TV show, you'll know how awful that one was. It was really funny and finally towards the end of the evening they got to perform it, and just after they began all the dancers joined them for a much better version. I guess you had to be there, but it was such a fun show, and it was 3 hours long.