This is the best story ever! And it just gets better and better. Bear with me. Six and a half years ago, when I was in the operating room, being prepped for my c-section, Phillip and one of my doctors, who happened to be in our stake presidency at the time, were having a 'man - to - man' conversation while awaiting the MAIN EVENT! Here's how the dialogue went: "Hey, Phil, are you excited to have a son?" "Yeah, Ty, it's going to be great. Baseball, basketball, football, hunting, fishing, surfing, all the guy stuff I haven't done before with just girls in the house." About this time, my real doctor, a woman, arrives and says, "Let's get this party started. Do you have a name picked out for this boy?" Phillip says, "We are thinking Elijah, but we will call him Eli." Don't forget, in the midst of all the clever reparte I'm the one being sliced open and torn apart, but no, I'm not included in this conversation. Anyway, back to story. So, our stake presidency member/doctor say, "Well, Eli's coming right now. It reminds me of a song from THREE DOG NIGHT. I was listening to it in my truck this morning." And before you know it, the entire operating bursts into song, singing "Eli's Coming". Not to be outdone, my other doctor, the woman, says, "Let's not forget who's giving birth here...it's Joy" and she starts singing "Joy to the World" one of my personal Three Dog Night favorites, for obvious reasons. By the time Eli made his arrival, everyone in the operating room was rockin' and boppin' at one of the hottest parties in the planet. Phillip even went so far as to buy me a Three Dog Night Greatest Hits cd as my reward for giving him a son. We listen to it often on car trips and Eli always says, "Tell me the story again about 'Eli's Coming'." Today, a radio station that I used to work for was talking about the upcoming Three Dog Night concert in Idaho Falls July 26th. I decided to e-mail them my story since they were totally making fun of the song 'Eli's Coming'. Guess what? They gave me free tickets to the concert! I AM SO PSYCHED! Back in my pre-teenage angst days, I would sit in my room for hours, listening to Three Dog Night. I knew I would someday be proposed to with "Just an Old-Fashioned Love Song" playing in the background, (didn't happen!) I rocked out to "Shambayla", dreamed of traveling after hearing "Never Been to Spain", and of course, claimed "Joy to the World" as my own theme song. To coin a much over-used phrase, "dreams do come true!" Joy Sorensen, what are you doing on July 26th? (Not going to Disneyland, although that would be another dream come true!) I'm going to Three Dog Night! Now if I can only find something polyester and psychedelic from the 70's to wear. Hopefully, Phillip will also have enough time to grow his hair out into some really funky rock-star style!