I kidded with Todd saying, I knew we were in Utah because within 12 hours of the plane landing, I had been to Cafe Rio, saw the tallest hair I’ve ever seen, eaten jell-o salad & chatted with someone about becoming part of a network marketing company.
But all of Utah’s quirks aside, I do love spending time there with Todd’s family. I’m so lucky to have married into that awesome bunch of people.
It was Big Brother’s first time on an airplane. His excitement built for days only to be let down when he found out our airplane would not be showing up in the cul de sac to pick us up.
While a spring blizzard raged on outside,
we went bowling with Grandpa and went swimming with Grandma.
And while going out and about with cousins (who we haven’t seen for over a year) was fun,
just hanging out at home with them was even “funner”.
Even if some of the cousins love hunting a little too much for our “city slicker” taste.
The Utah trip was made even more awesome when I surprised the girls with breakfast with their long distance friends who also happened to be visiting from NYC.