Why do I feel like life just gets crazier every day? Maybe it does.. or maybe we just have alot on our plate right now. I just haven't found time to sit down and blog lately so I'll try and catch up on the reader's digest version of things now.
Rollin' into Tennessee
Jason and I took off a week to Georgia and Tennessee to go meet his family. We left the kids with Steve & Angela and went flew down just the two of us. I now understand why he misses it so much sometimes. It's absolutely beautiful there, just green and lush everywhere you look and for the history buff in me, it's a fascinating place.
Cruisin' down the street
Green trees as far as eye can see
We spent one full day just doing all the things WE wanted to do. We went to Rock City and Point Park and Chickamauga Battlefield and rode the Incline Railway and went to Hamilton Place Mall and the Tennesse Aquarium , visited the Southern Belle Riverboat and even went to the Corn Maze.
On Saturday we had a family BBQ at the park where I got to meet all the brothers & sisters, aunts, uncles & cousins. His family is amazing. Really down to earth, good Southern Folks. The six days we were there just flew by and before we knew it we were leaving behind the gorgeous 75 degree weather and headed back to the wintry 40 degrees in Utah.
Monuments at Chickamauga Battlefield. 34000 people died on this hallowed piece of ground. The bloodiest battle of the civil war was faught here.
Cannons and monuments at Chickamauga
Awww... so cute.
Rock City Gardens
Riding the Incline Railway
The 72% grade of the Incline Railway straight to the top of Lookout Mountain
Petting the stingrays at the TN Aquarium. That water was FREEZING!!
Don't Fall in!
Brittany (Skipper's Daughter), Shelby (Jamie's Daughter), Mikey (Skipper's Son), Me & Jason at the Tennessee Aquarium
Shark Divers at TN Aquarium. The kids loved this, they could ask questions while the divers were in the tank.
A Real Southern Belle
Southern Belle Riverboat
Downtown Chattanooga as viewed from Point Park
Civil War Memorabilia at the museum at Point Park
Jason trying to read the clues for which way to go in the corn maze
Brrrrr... look at our pink cheeks at the corn maze
On Saturday the 25th we attended the Workman Family Annual Halloween party. Jason wasn't sure he wanted to dress up but when I found the pirate costumes in Provo I just couldn't resist. We all went to Canton City Chinese Restaurant in Vernal and had a great time seeing everyone! Well off to Wal-Mart to get pumpkins to carve for tonight. Take a look at our pics from the Halloween Party!
My little Madi Geisha
Jason's crazy pirate face and my little Gracie geisha.
A more subdued pirate
SpiderJake... ah... SpiderMan
My little costumed family
PirateGirl... or 80's girl.. what's with that headband anyway?
As a final note- Jason and I went and got our marriage license on Monday... one day before my 29th birthday so for all of posterity to read, I was only 28 when we got married MUWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. Alright so if they look at the date they'll realize I was 29, but hey a girl can dream right?
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