I love Christmas. Even Salt Lake City loves Christmas. I thought this was a splendid Christmas gift from the city to the people!!
Friday, December 14, 2007
I don't know what to think anymore! Eric told me the other day that our apartment is no more up at DT. I've been having emotional detachment problems as it is, so I decided that I don't even want to see it, and I'll just remember it the way it always was. But now I'm having nightmares every night about DT! There these emotional dreams all about my apartment and how I can't leave it, and I love it just the way it is. Should I just go see the destruction? Will that get me over my dreams? If we were still there would I be in utter bliss? Or would I just complain about the cramped space, lack of kitchen and toy room, and major earthquake hazard that it is? Who gets so attached to a building anyway?
Sunday, December 9, 2007
The important part of this picture is the little red box you see sticking out from behind that cement column. The funny part of this picture is the Bed, Bath and Beyond in the background. The little red box is a kitty litter box--not only a litter box, but one that was recently frequented. Although some may argue it comes from the "Bath" portion of the aforementioned store, I'm thinkin' it's most likely from the "Beyond" part. Perhaps we are aiming for an America with not only an outhouse and Starbucks on every corner, but also a home away from home for your traveling cat.
Saturday, December 8, 2007
What about egg nog? I think it's a fine holiday beverage--but in moderation. In fact, I've been taking a miniature poll lately, and everyone I've talked to seems to either despise egg nog, or can only have bits of it. So what is it about egg nog that screams Christmas? Is it just one of those fruit cake kind of traditions that no one can let go of? I think perhaps that it's best drunk in moderation as well as sold in the stores throughout the year in moderation. Either way, it stills brings me happy holiday cheer.
Saturday, December 1, 2007
This is the original grinding stone from the Prov Saw and Grist Mill. It's random becasue it is in the middle of the sidewalk that goes down Bulldog Rd. right in front of L&L and Dominoe's. What's even funnier is that if you'll notice on the description plaque, the actual location for the mill isn't this location. Why not put this stone there? I'm sure plenty of people always wonder what on earth this spot is all about.