Tuesday, November 12

Lady trip

This past weekend I went to St. George with my sisters and mother in-law. Our primary reason for making the trip was an event called "Time Out for Women", which is essentially a glorified efy for old ladies ha ha.

We walked into the estrogen filled room dressed with chevron everythinggg and I'll be honest, I was a little skeptical... BUT I did walk away feeling rejuvenated with the desire to become a better me. There were times when we made fun of things and laughed at the classic stereotypes, but like I said.. I learned a lot about myself. I'm actually kind of a sucker for motivational speakers, this guy spoke and his story amazed me.

On our way out we stopped at a few historical sites and soaked up the last few rays of sunshine before heading back to the tundra. I'm so glad to have a good relationship with my in-laws.. It's like we've been sissies from the beginning. Thanks for the fun trip ladies!

Also, you can't go to St. George without making a swig stop for that blessed dirty Dr. Pepper. Orrrr the Twenty Five Main Cafe for a cupcake (or twelve)... to. die. for.

9 comments:

  1. :((((((((( you've forgotten about me already. wahhh.
    looks like it was a fun trip though!! loveth you.

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    1. I could never forget you my little fox.

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  2. augh I miss 25 main! When I lived in St. George, I was there like once a week! Favorite little place. Looks like a fun trip!

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    1. It's literally my favorite place in the world.. I didn't know you lived there!

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  3. You are so pretty Katie!
    Are those biscuits with strawberry cream cheese or something? They look delicious!

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    1. Awe, thanks Kasey :) You're a doll. They were actually sugar cookies!

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  4. I just wanted to tell your your blog is so adorable. I stumbled upon it while I was making my own blog (I'm definitely a newbie). Also, I'm pretty much obsessed with your Harry Potter post. You're a doll!

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