Friday, May 27, 2011

Top 10 Signs You've Made the Trip to Salt Lake a Lot

10.  You have time to make a list.

9. You notice when they've changed a billboard.

8. You've read an entire book on travel time alone.

7. Skipping work isn't fun anymore.

6. In fact you try to make it home in record time so you can get some work done.

5. You start packing a lunch so you don't have to eat out.

4. Ikea is no longer appealing.

3. Your gas budget has tripled.

2. You mark your time by the roadkill that is still there.

1. I'm sick of Rachel Ray and I don't even have TV! (for some reason she's always on at the doctor's office.)

There you have it folks! 

On a side note, everything is going grand!  Lefty picked up the slack and more than made up for the brother of Bob on the right.  11 eggs my friends, 11.  We were hoping for 4.  My doctor calls me a late bloomer... like that's news.  So we're more than likely to finish up on Tuesday.

9 comments:

  1. Woohoo!! 11 eggs. Give that girl's ovaries a high five! :)

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  2. AWESOME! May the trips all be worth it :)

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  3. #4 is a crying shame!

    However, that lefty...she's a ROCK STAR!

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  4. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE, that's ELEVEN LOVES!!! :)

    I can't imagine driving to Salt Lake that much.... love you

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  5. I love you guys! and #4 is a crying shame! I'm hoping a little time in between will cure it all.

    Lacy thank you so much for dinner! that hit the spot!

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  6. WOW, almost a dozen eggs. Ready for twins or triplets?! hehe :)

    Ever eaten at The Garden on top of the Joesph Smith building? If not, go! So yummy!

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  7. So happy for you! that is such great news!!

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  8. Hooray for Lefty! Your driving stories remind me of when I was living in Logan dating a shmuck in Salt Lake. Glad your driving is for more important matters. Again, HOORAY. The end.

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  9. I'm so grateful I can read in the car (I don't get sick). I don't know what I'd do on those 15 hour trips to UT every summer if I couldn't.

    Keeping all my fingers and toes crossed and throwing in a few prayers for good measure!

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