"We’re all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutual weirdness—and call it love—true love.” -Dr. Suess
I discovered this music artist about 2 years ago. I listened to her live and immediately bought her CD. love love love. I haven't listened to her in awhile, but this past week has been a vedera week. Her voice is fun. Here a few goodies.
And last...Love this song, but I picked this version because she is singing live in an empty pool house. The echos sound amazing!
This week Mitch and I took an early evening and drove up to the mountains to look at the beautiful fall colors. It was great! We drove up to Brighton Resortand back. We got out at Brighton and walked around the boardwalk. I love fall time! ...Still not a fan of winter...but we are working on that. ;-)
Maybe...but I just needed a change. I have been talking about "changing" my hair for a long time, and I have been wanting to add red to it.
The night before my hair appointment, I still wasn't sure what to do. I asked Mitch what he thought, and he pulled up a picture of Victoria Beckham and said he liked her haircut. I told him no way was I ever going to go that short, but that I did like her hair.
Well....the next morning I was talking to my hairstylist about it and she said we should just do it. Just like that the decision was made and all my hair was chopped off! So I officially now have the "Victoria Beckham" hair cut. I added red highlights mixed in with blonde too!
Mitch doesn't like it....
He LOVES it!
It is the kind of hairstyle that people either love it or hate it. Luckily, the only people I really care about impressing is myself and Mitch.
Is this a permanent hairstyle for me? Probably not. I would be lying if I said I don't miss my long hair...because I really do. But at the same time, it is fun change to have for a season or two. After all, it is just hair and it will grow back. For now, I love it and it is a fun, spunky, modern, bouncy, new look for me. :-)
Last weekend Mitch and I had our 2nd year anniversary!
Mitch won a free hotel stay at the Hyatt in a raffle at his Christmas work party last year.
We used it and stayed at the Hotel right by the gateway for our Anniversary.
We went to Ruth's Chris Steakhouse in Salt Lake and had a romantic dinner. It was sooooo good! The next day, we spent the day at the Gateway going to lunch, seeing a movie, and shopping around. It was great to spend a whole evening and a whole day together!
Mitch and I wanted a play gym for Rio to play on when he is out of his cage. After looking online and not wanting to spend anywhere from 50-200 dollars on a good one, we decided to make one ourselves! It was super cheap! I bought a white tray from target, and white plastic chain from Home Depot, and went from there! It was super easy. We drilled holes in 4 corners and added some toys that we already had. (ok, I might have bought him a couple more....but most of them we already had.)
It hangs from the ceiling, and the best part about it, is that when he is not out of his cage, we can easily take it down and it collapses and slides easily under our coffee table and out of sight.
Almost two months ago, we went to San Francisco for a weekend with Mitch's Parents! It was a great trip to go on right before I started getting swamped in school. (which is why I have taken almost 2 months to post about it!) It was a great and memorable trip! We went to a couple Giants games and did some other site seeing, including running on the golden gate bridge!
Here are some of the pics!
Our hotel room
snuck in a picture in the stub hub seats!
We got Giants gear!
AT&T Park right on the bay!
Our wonderful hosts!
After a great win! (yes, those are seagulls all over in the background!)
We went running on the Golden gate bridge. Almost 4 miles round trip, a great run! It was very very foggy, so we couldn't even see the top of the bridge, but it was still super fun and a very memorable experience!
Here we are at the memorial for the lone soldier on one side of the bridge.
We also went to Pier 39 and looked around at the shops. It was a very nice day..This seal seemed to think so also! We loved his choice for his sunbathing spot!