It's true. I am guilty...caught red handed. I seriously love it. For that, I should probably be shot. It falls under my guilty pleasure category alongside the Bachelorette, N*sync, glitter eyeshadow, Facebook stalking, Twinkies, and Edward Cullen.
So...Now you know all of my deep, dark secrets. But I'm pretty sure you're nodding your head in agreement right now. No worries...there's no shame in this. In fact, I'd love to see you add to the list. Come on, make Nickelback proud.
This last Friday a miracle happened. I didn't have to work, Mom didn't have to work, and Kaylie, well, didn't have to work! It was glorious. We hardly ever have a day just to oursleves so we set our flag in the earth and declared it a Girls' Day. We spent it up at the beautiful Sundance Resort where we ate way too much and laughed way too hard. After a most scenic ride on the ski lift, we spent the evening listening to some of Nashville's most respected and talented singer/songwriters at the Bluebird Cafe. I cried, I cuddled, and I couldn't have imagined being anywhere else. Thank you Sundance for making our girl's day a memory we won't soon forget.
Since March I've been working at the loveliest little joint. It's a friendly neighbor to the Thanksgiving Point Gardens and serves some serious kick-butt food. Delicious. It's all I can do to resist the sweet potato fries and homemade bread: a recipe for diet disaster. Thank goodness I have some great support to get me through every craving and less-than-friendly customer. Jen, Diana, Noelia, and Karen: some serious kick-butt girls. Love it.
(The view from the patio)
(This is a sign we made out of "Wiki Sticks", little wax stick toys we give to our kidi customers)
This last Friday my beautiful cousin Lauren, and her love, Joe, were married in the Draper temple for time and all eternity. Happylujah! I was lucky enough to be a bridesmaid and witness all the splendor from a v.i.p. point of view. I speak for everyone in the family when I say that we are so glad that these two found each other. Here's a little taste of the festivities.
It's moments like these when I realize that my life is epic. Like, I get paid to zipline all day, epic. It's true. This last week began my training at MAXzipline, a brand-spankin' new zipline in Provo canyon. It hasn't opened yet, but you can bet that it's gonna melt people's faces off. I'm seriously so excited, and giddy, and stoked to be working in my element again. Did I mention that it's on the beautiful mountainside of Provo Canyon?