Saturday, July 3, 2010

Anniversary

Thursday was our anniversary.  4 years.  So cool.  We took off work Thursday and Friday, because we were going to go camping in the Uintahs, but then we decided that it would be tons of work and we'd rather be more relaxed.  So, Thursday we had real Belgian Waffles from Bruges' Waffles and Frites.


Then home for a bit for Sage's nap, then off to do a couple errands, including picking up our vegetable order from Liberty Heights Fresh.  I'll do a review of that experience soon, next week is our last.

Then to REI for a little purchase for Sage.  Then off to Park City.  That's where we went on our honeymoon.  Fun times.  It was a pretty relaxed time strolling Main Street.  We went to a number of galleries, our favorite was one that had just opened up that day, The Rodney Lough Gallery.  His website doesn't show off his work the best, but wow, he's got some beautiful work.  Then dinner, not impressive, I chose the place and was bummed out.  Oh well, the waffles earlier were great, so that's all that mattered.  

Then a nice drive down the canyon back to Salt Lake, then drove around town and talked about goals for the next year (we do a yearly theme for our marriage) and watched an amazing sunset.  The theme for this year is Be Simple, Be Healthy.  And the first item of business is to learn to live on a schedule (mostly just morning and night routines) and after we get that mastered, we'll move onto physical health, financial health, spiritual health, social health and intellectual health.  But, we're not going to even try and tackle them all together, but just one little thing for 30 days, then the next.  

Did I mention we drug Sage along with us.  Quite fun.  We love having such a cute, fun little girl to hang out with and watch as she smiles at everything and belly laughs.  

Oh, and did I mention that we saw David Boreanaz (Special Agent Seely Booth) from Bones, playing basketball with his kids and wife.  Cool to see a star and to see him doing something cool, family time.  

We think family time is pretty cool these days.  New and fun activity.  Highly recommend it.  

3 comments:

Jarvis Family said...

Man, I am glad I am not the only one that thinks going camping (with kids) is a lot of work! Sounds like you guys had a great time hanging out! Enjoy being able to take Sage with you wherever you want to go. It gets a little more complicated once they have an opinion! :-)

Mandi said...

Happy anniversary you guys! Four years! That's awesome.

Lindsay said...

Happy Anniversary! Four years, already!?!