Valentines Day

So Josh and I had a very interesting Valentines Day experience. Josh got us tickets for the Marvin Goldstein concert at 7:30 and he wanted to take me out to dinner at my favorite restaurant before hand. So all day he tried calling Ruby River Steak House to get a reservation, but to no avail. They never answered the phone. Then at 5:30 he tried to walk into Ruby River to get a reservation and he discovered why they weren't answering. They've left St. George. Closed down. Gone. *cry* Now I have to find another favorite steak house. So then he drove around town trying to find some other place to make a reservation, but at that point the lines were all too long and we would've been late for the show. So guess where we went, all dressed up. To Taco Bell. lol. (It sounded nummy to me.) The show was awesome though. I enjoyed it a lot. After the show went to get in the car; the keys were locked in the car. So we said, "oh, no big deal we'll just walk 2 blocks home and get the spare key." There was a problem with that though... the apartment key was also in the car. *sigh* Luckily Josh's mom has a spare car key, so it all worked out. Like I said, it was a very interesting valentines day. But it was all okay becuase Josh got me LOTS of flowers.

(I actually got them all over a 3 day period, not all at once. In case you were wondering.)

Road Trip

Josh and I went on a road trip today because it was a holiday. Originally we had planned on going to the Grand Canyon because Josh has never been there, but that got changed. We stopped and my parents house on the way out of town and my mom reminded me that the North Rim of the Grand Canyon was probably closed. We called the park and she was right. So we took a slightly different trip.
We went through Zions (it was Josh's first time through the tunnel). Then we went through Glendale and up to Duck Creek, where we had lunch.
This is Kirby shivering next to a large pile of Snow in Duck Creek:
And this is Josh throwing a snowball at Kirby: And this is a little tree we saw on the road, that Josh had to get a picture of:
Continuing on with the trip, we wanted to go up through Brian Head to Parowan and then back down to St. George. Unfortunately the Cedar Breaks road was closed so we just went across to Cedar and then came home. But maybe it was a good thing we the road was closed, because this was Josh's favorite view of the entire trip: (just outside of Dixie National Forest)
Today worked out wonderfully. Our trip was MUCH shorter than the Grand Canyon trip would've been, so we have the rest of the day to do other things. (like posting this.) And we got to see some really amazing sites.


Ok, I know I've been lazy. I haven't posted a thing about the wedding. Can you blame me? Life gets really busy after something like that. The truth is it would probably take me way too long to catch you up on everything I've been doing, so I think I will pick up with where I am right now. And if I have some spare time, I'll post wedding pictures...

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