All year long I've been complaining about the cold weather. Just as the weather in Utah was a perfect 80 degrees, we leave town for Arizona and the sultry 115 degrees. Anyone who knows me well understands what weather means to me, but we made the sacrifice, even though it was fry-an-egg-on-the-sidewalk hot, it was well worth it to see these two tie the knot.
There was a lot of hustle and bustle after the sealing. I rushed out to get my camera to capture the day for Jen and Forrest. Rob and I picked up the cupcakes for the reception, helped cut up toppings for the ice cream bar, transported lanterns, and helped get the reception hall set up by stringing lights and setting up the cupcake tower. It all came together at the last minute and turned out beautifully.
groupon for The Cove. We were not about to leave Arizona without tasting some of the best salmon ever grilled. I swear the salmon swam way downstream, jumped billions of falls and carefully made its way to my plate for me to savor and think about it for days.
I guess you could say we either looked like a bag of skittles or a picture out of The Friend magazine. Here all the grandkids are preparing to strike a pose.
Saturday was filled with more swimming and dinner with friends. We wish we lived closer to hang out with all these cool people.
Molly made a new friend too.
We decided Arizona was too hot and went in search of cooler weather... Utah felt just perfect.