A) our computer is a new spot since we have moved.
2) it used to be in the same room as our TV
D) In the olden days, I would blog while Chris watched Sports Center
So, to sum up, I really like being in the same room as him. Even if we are doing different things. Our living room isn't exactly put together yet, so he isn't a big fan of plopping on the couch for a little DU DU DUN, DU DU DUN...THIS IS SPORTS CENTER...on a regular basis.
So, if this conversation was on the LSAT, you might say that I have been blogging less because Chris is watching less Sports Center. (makes total sense)
I'm not going to do a catch up post and tell you everything we've been doing over the last two weeks. But I do like lists as you may have noticed. (Or may have not noticed. ...eh, doesn't really work that way.)
- Ran Ragnar
- Training to run up a mountain
- Ran up a mountain as part of a training run to run up an even bigger mountain
- If you haven't seen me post, it's probably because I'm tweeting
- You should tweet, all the cool kids are doing it
- I got bit by a dog
- I don't have rabies
- My babies are busy
- They love to brush their teeth
- Gabe is obsessed with motorcycles
- I'm ok with it at this point
- But probably won't be later
- Sometimes my day feels like a bullet point list
- Just remembered I put vegetable lasagna on the menu tonight
- Totally regretting that decision
- Not because of the vegetables, but because of the work
- If anyone can bring me dinner, just tweet me and let me know
And now, a reward for reading my list, pictures of my little munchkins and their dashing dad...
Dinner in the park. Sandwiches from The Corner Bakery at Red Butte. Yummmm. They actually ate pretty good. It felt like we were feeding ducks. Then we set them loose and chased everyone around. They loved it. We were exhausted! (and hungry again...)
Our first family trip to the zoo! Is Hogle Zoo in a "growing" phase right now? We weren't terribly impressed. That, and sometimes I get a little sad at zoos. Don't ask. I'm weird. They did not like the animatronic dinosaurs that were around every corner. So we would have liked to see more animals and less mechanical dinosaurs.
Remember how I mentioned I miss Day's Market in Heber? Harmon's is a happy replacement for me. Not only are their balloons complimentary, (I love that word) they genuinely care about the quality of their food. Good produce, lots of organic options, not just a huddled stash in a dark corner, hand trimmed chicken, an entire section devoted to cheese, complete with cheese attendants - I'm going to stop now. How exciting is this post huh? Glad you're still reading?
When I downloaded this picture for this post, the thumbnail was a little small and I thought it was the smiling one. It's not. But how realistic! This is a very common scene around here. Just replace poor Gabe's crying face with anyone else in this picture! We are (too) fast approaching the "Mom! Aren't you going to do anything?!? He just stole what I was playing with!" Except they don't use words. Just really loud wails and the occasional forehead smash to the floor in utter disdain and disgust about what goes on in their very own playroom.
That is us! As soon as my computer from 1994 finishes downloading our pictures we took during Ragnar, brace yourself for a week of Ragnar posts!