Monday, September 10, 2007

Park City

As I mentioned in my last post, Travis and I just celebrated our 5th anniversary in Park City. With all of the hard work in the basement and all the chaos going on around here, we really needed a break! It was fantastic! We walked along main street in Park City and stopped by to get some of our favorite chocolate. It was so nice to enjoy the fresh air and just be away. On Saturday we ate at Baja Cantina, a restaurant that Travis and I both love! Then we went to enjoy some of the fun outdoor activities Park City has to offer. Trav road the Alpine Slide, then together we road the new Mountain Roller Coaster. That was super fun! It was also so relaxing to ride in the little tobaggan all the way up the mountain. The view was gorgeous and the way down was a blast. I haven't laughed so hard for a while! After a bit of shopping we were on our way home. It's funny, we never get away and I thought I wouln't want to come home so soon. But of course, we missed those dang kids of ours too much! Sienna has never had a sleep over before, and apparantly she didn't sleep a whole lot for my mom-(sorry mom!)

Now we are home and ready to get back to real life. Sienna is sick with a terrible cold, and she is a bit of a grump. Also, this week is about as busy as they get! I'm hoping with everything that I have to get done this week, it will fly by, and the weekend will race here! So, that's pretty much our weekend in a nutshell.


Also, and update on Trav. We got the results back from the oncologist and he said that they look very normal. He wants Travis to wait 2 weeks and if the pain persists we will go for a cat and bone scan. Hopefully everything will go away and we wont have to do that! Hope you all are doing good!
The view from the Mt. Coaster, Travis on the slide, and the two of us arter our ride.

2 comments:

Dirk, Hanne, Alexia, Rayden, ? said...

How fun to get away! You always seem to miss your kids but isn't it great to get to spend uninterrupted time with your hubby?

Nate & Sarah Schwartz Family said...

Oh, how fun. Great news!