It's interesting when you look back on your life (photo of me and the new Alumni building) and realize what you could have accomplish and compare that with others' accomplishments BUT that kind of thinking really gets you no where. Life is what it is and we do the best we can with what it brings us. I left BYU and my dancing career to follow my husband and raise a family, in the meantime I was able to teach other places, see the world-living in Brazil and ultimately raise 4 sons while trying to develop my talents and live true to my religious faith. Here's some more new photos I copied from the scrapbooks at our reunion of me in some Scottish folk dances we did.
And last of all a photo of our group of folk dancers that went on the first tour of Europe in 1964. That was a great experience. (I'm in the center of the wheel facing left, age 24 at the time.) We toured Belgium, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy and Hungary before heading home and dancing at the World's Fair in NYC. Instead of doing international folk dances we had to learn our own American folk dances-square dances, clogging and others forms.