Thank you so so much for all of your amazing comments in the last post. They were JUST what I needed and they reminded me that I have so many amazing friends (YOU) no matter where I move.
How else would I spend my last day in Utah then going on a run with my sister at the gym? I ran 7 miles and I am going to miss running next to her and talking about everything. It is okay though because I am sending her a walkie talkie in the mail today so that we can plan to run at the same time and just use those to talk throughout the run. I already googled it and walkie talkies do work even if you are 1,000 miles away from each other.
I came home from my run and snuggled my little niece on the couch. The best part about kids is they don’t judge you, she doesn’t mind me coming home and cuddling her when I am sweaty after a run. Now I just need to have Billy adopt this childlike quality. I really don’t know how to explain the face I am making.
After more insurance stuff (I had to switch doctors AGAIN) and going to to my Utah doctor’s office I convinced my sis and her kids to go to my favorite wrap place. It was actually really rude because the wrap place raised the price a ton and put on way less toppings. The old wraps used to fill us up but after eating this one we both agreed we could each eat at least 2 more before being full.
Should have gotten a Subway like the smart people did.
Ice cream helped heal my anger towards the wrap place (so did a soft pretzel an hour later).
We ate our ice cream outside and then took a ride around BYU campus on a golf cart. I am going to miss the randomness of my life that comes along when hanging out with these kids.
Skip the part where I had to say goodbye to my sis and nieces because it was not pretty. My mom, dad and nephew drove me to the airport and we stopped at Mer’s house (my grandma) to say goodbye, I could have hugged her for an hour. My nephew and I have such a fun relationship and he had me laughing the whole way until we got to the airport and the waterworks fired up again. My mom said he had alligator tears on the way home and was coming up with ways to convince his mom to have them move to Cali.
I flew to Phoenix first (cheapness always wins over convenience) and then to San Jose to meet my man and get him to take me somewhere delicious to celebrate his first day of law school. California, your sandwiches already won me over.
My mom sent me an email last night (I don’t know how she is going to live without my hilariousness in her life) about what they did to help make themselves feel better after I left. She said that they went to Which Wich and it was delicious and then went and wandered around Costco in remembrance of me. She said that she couldn’t get herself to buy any grapes while at Costco because that would just be too much for her to handle. Miss you mom!
Where was the last place that you flew to? What airline do you usually go on?
Do you have a place that you used to love to eat at that has since gone downhill?
Sugar cone, waffle cone, cake cone or cup?
-I have found in my years of research that if you ask for your ice cream in a cup with a cone on top you will get more ice cream than if you just got it in a cone.
What is you r ‘magic number’ lately? AKA your favorite distance to run?