No one likes to hear about how great someone else's kids are, how much weight they have lost, or a blissful marriage. I am not sure why, but it can be annoying. I will not tell you that things are always perfect, but I am truly so happy to be married to Steve. I think it was a perfect night.
We left Orem at about 4:30pm and chose a place to eat. We wanted something non-chain, that was good quality but casual. We found a great BBQ place in Salt Lake called SugarHouse BBQ. We ate outdoors under an umbrella and listened to live music from an artist that played hos own stuff and some John Denver and Eric Clapton. The food, the atmosphere, and the company were perfect.
After that we went to City Creek- a new uppity outdoor open air mall, then over to Gateway Mall, that is an older version of the same. Then we went to the Bed and Breakfast called Inn on the Hill in Salt Lake. It is located on the side of Capitol Hill.
the Inn on the HIll is a home from the 1920's, and I loved it. We stayed on the 3rd floor of this mansion. The next morning we went down for waffles with berries and whipped cream. OJ, bacon, fruit and granola too. We ate on the terrace. We walked around the place and thought we should come back again and get a room with a fireplace in the winter.
After checkout we went to the Church History Museum. I especially enjoyed the art work.
We stopped and looked at dryers since ours died and then headed home to relieve Kristi. That was the first night that we left all of the kids.
|City Creek fountains|