In the West: Utah, Day 1 and a Half
We met up with Ryan Banister, who has been a family friend since serving his mission in Georgia. We ate at a barbecue place called Ruby River in Salt Lake City.
Me, Sadie, and Mommy:
Ryan being a goofball:
Ryan not being a goofball:
We made a mess with the peanuts.
Ryan drove us to the University of Utah, so I could see what it's like.
We stopped at some random park because Sadie was tired of being in her carseat. Check out that lush grass. Woo!
My new little friend:
Blake and Lindsey's place. Lindsey painted those pictures on the wall to match the pillows on the couch. What a creative homemaker!
This is the view they wake up to everyday. Maybe it's not a big deal for people who live here so long, but I love it. Love it.
Sadie and I danced and then ate Banana Nut Crunch together this morning.
All in all, it's been fun so far. I'm just having fun not working! And I love being surrounded by dry mountain air. I feel like I'm home.
Until next time . . .
Thing I'm thankful for: chain stores like Target, where you can quickly and easily buy what you forgot to pack . . .