Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Stuff and Stuff

I’m already slacking on the posting. It’s not even for lack of anything to post either, this has been a busy summer full of lots of fun things.

My only excuse: life has been so tired lately! We all know what that’s like, right? Ugh.

Most days I barely have enough energy to make it through the motions that keep me alive. And clean. Though sometimes even that latter one falls to the wayside…

I don’t know what I’ll do once I have children someday. Someone pray for me. And those poor souls who will end up under my care.

Scary thought, huh?

(all pictures from events taking place since my last post. Including a trip to Ft. Bridger, WY for the Mountain Man Rendezvous, stopping at the Muddy Creek pioneer camp/trail on the way, the Eastern Idaho State Fair, the Utah State Fair, Bradford’s opening social for ROTC at BYU’s Aspen Lodge at Sundance, trying out some Singaporean food, and some other random tidbits from life)



Caitlin Olsen said...

I like this post. It was fun. How did you get all your pics like that?

Kimberly said...

I totally ate at that Singaporean place in Provo! (I assume that is where you ate). It was yummy! I actually had the Sri Lankan specialty and loved it.

Julie said...

Caitlin- I use Picasa to make collages and then upload them (I actually use Window's Live Writer to write my blogs too, then that uploads the post, with pictures, to Blogger. I find Live Writer more user friendly.)

Kimberly- it was indeed the Banana Leaf in Provo! It was yummy. Also, there is a New Mexican style restaurant in Provo I just tried out the other day. I've been wanting to try them for a while, they're about a year old, and I finally went this weekend with some friends. Its called the Black Sheep Cafe. You should come down some time so we can consume there together. (There's also a silversmith inside the restaurant! Cool, huh? So New Mexico-y)

Alison said...

Ew is that rabbit poo? Neither of my kids have ever done that! (knock on wood) It sounds like you've been up to a lot - no wonder you're exhausted! What is the name of the Singaporean place? I'd love to try it! I have to rely on Salt Lake to try "exotic" foods - the most exotic we get here is Vietnamese and Thai!

Julie said...

Alison- Haha, no, it is not rabbit poo. It's parsley. I was trying to lure Charlie out of the bathroom to come play. And he loves parsley so I set a trail of parsley from the bathroom to the living room. The Singaporean/Sri Lankan restaurant is called The Banana Leaf in Provo. Its really good. There are a ton of really awesome exotic-ish restaurants in Provo (though SLC does have way more), let me know if you ever need more suggestions!