That Time We Took a Roadtrip

Okay, okay, Courtney.... this one's for you. :)

Once upon a time, we took a road trip to the grand ole state of Utah (that's right, not only the Mormon motherland, but also the blogging motherland. Coincidence? I think not, but we'll get into the whole Mormon blogger thing another time).

Anyway. Where was I? Oh, right... we took a road trip to Utah. This was like, ages ago. And you know what?! I had my camera, but I did not take one. single. picture. How's that for rockstar blogger status? I know, I know... I'm the next "Daybook."

Okay, I keep getting off track here. So I was in the Mormon/Blogging motherland, and you know what?! I only met ONE blogger. I'm a disgrace, I know. In my defense, we were only in Utah for four days and (because we are Mormon) approximately 92.6% of our relatives live there. You all know what that means, right? Nonstop family visits. Like, we pop in, say, "HI! How are you? Great? Great. I'm good, too. Welp, gotta get to my great aunt's sister's cousin's house to see how she and her family are doing, so see ya!"

Maybe not quite that extreme, but you get the idea. So yeah. Anyway, I got to meet this super awesome blogger and her super adorable baby (seriously - cutest kid in the world besides Elsie). My darling daughter was covered in puke from altitude sickness (the grandpa took over and shooed me out the door because I was in tears that she was losing weight and spitting up everything she ate), so she didn't get to come with me, but Courtney, Mia, and I had a blast. We ate frozen yogurt, asked a random dude to take our picture, then asked a bored cashier to take our picture again because said random dude was a really crappy picture-taker, and had an all-around good time.

Picture or it didn't happen.
BOOM. It happened. 

11 comments:

I'll Love You Forever said...

Utah, I live here and love it. Truth to all you said about it, haha. Cute pictures! Glad you were able to meet up with at least one blogger :)

Niken said...

haha,,
at least you got to travel for vacation. i miss that kind of travel

Sarah Shumate said...

So maybe you can explain to me why Utah is like ground zero for blogging? I've always been a little curious about that phenomenon!

Courtney B said...

HA HA! It's about freakin' time!
And honestly, you met the only blogger that really matters ;) I'm actually so happy we got to meet. You're the best! And when you move to Utah? We will totally be besties (HA!)
I am so curious about what you have to say on mormon bloggers. BOOM! There's another blog post for ya :)

Lindsey A said...

Fun. I wish I met more bloggers!

rooth said...

Awww, at least you met one blogger (and fab baby) :)

Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird said...

Oh fun, I love getting to meet other bloggers!

M. said...

Seriously, I'm going to need you to explain the whole Mormon-Blogging phenomenon to me sometime. Glad you had a good time, and your girl is a chunky monkey now, so no more crying about that! :)

Sara Louise said...

The very first blog I started following is written by a Mormon. At the time I had NO IDEA! You guys are like blogging royalty.

Deidre said...

At least you got to meet one other blogger. I always say when I go home to the US I'm going to meet at least ONE of my blog friends and then usually it doesn't happen at all.

RadiantKristen said...

I'm really looking forward to your eventual blog post about mormon blogging and utah. I think it will be brilliant.

Also, I'm glad that you finally are documenting your blogger date. Good job!