Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Sandy
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When I was pregnant with Sam I had a lot of time on my hands. For two weeks I ate healthy food and read books on parenting. Honestly in the course of the 12 years I have forgotten or mocked most of what I read. But I'm still mystified by one phrase. The baby doesn't know he is separate from the mom until like month three. Don't ask me how they know that. It was in the "What to Expect the First Year" so it is true. True and kind of scary.
Sam was weaned so ...
... Traffic was heavy, the easy drive of the midwest suddenly came to an end! We checked into our hotel around 4 and shortly after left again to 'inspect' the city. We started with Temple Square, the nucleus of the Mormon's empire. The visitor center is welcome, open doors and lots of information about the church. Many missionaries from many places as we ...
... bring home a baby elephant... Everyone's excited for this big trip, with the kids also being a bit nervous about the unknown. We are as ready as we can be, and this includes sporting our favorite Michael Jackson-style facial respirators. Have you seen the smog in Beijing? Singapore? Now that is something I worry about having been there recently... Wish us luck! Now, on to Minneapolis, and then Tokyo, and then Beijing finally by 10pm Tuesday night. Thanks, Delta... The Langie ...
... Speed Week.
There were 19 cars in the car exhibit. Many of them were significant for one reason or another. I enjoyed the exhibit.
The permanent collection was encyclopedic in scope with works ranging from ancient Egypt to Contemporary pieces but didn't have much depth or quality in any particular area. Unfortunately, I believe this is the best art museum in the state.
... humidity, made hundreds of u-turns, ran out of gas once, relied on that Iphone map like crazy, and know more about Laura Ingalls Wilder now than many of the tour guides. I fell in love with Winterset IA, and the upper Mississippi river valley. It was a crazy, insane and completely successful journey that impressed upon my heart and soul a deep sense of the goodness and joy of simple pleasures. So many memories, such an ...