It’s been a while since we’ve posted, but that’s what I get for telling Zach that it’s his turn to blog. I forgot that once Zach starts school blogging falls to the bottom of his priority totem pole so it’s up to me.
Back in August we decided to take one last vacation before school started, before work got too crazy and before the baby comes to what as I child I knew only as Sandy Eggo (why anyone would name a town after dirty waffles was always a source of great confusion, much like the “Empty Sea” that my brothers disappeared to when they served their missions).
We were lucky to have the wonderful Marinis as our tour guides, with the added benefit of the fact that Christie was even more pregnant than I was, so we had some source of commiseration.
Time flew by as we kayaked in Mission Baby, boogie boarded at La Jolla, scuba dived (with sharks), acted like typical tourists downtown, and visited the San Diego Temple.
White legs and a not-so-pregnant looking belly! So flattering.
Six hours and two sunscreen applications later, we both looked like cherry tomatoes. It's all part of the experience.
|Shark sighting! They were EVERYWHERE. Don't worry, the story |
is they don't eat humans. I think they learned from this episode of batman.
|Zach thought the convention center was a cooler picture than the Old Downtown sign/area. Guess he won the argument.|
Of the dozen or so temples Zach and I have been to together, San Diego is the most beautiful one that we’ve ever seen, both inside and out. We were lucky to catch the matron in our session and she gave us a guided tour of the inside. I would move to La Jolla just so this could be my temple.
On our way home we stopped to hang out with the Magleby Grandparents (see: wonderful, spoilers, makers of delicious food) and catch Hairspray at the Tuacahn Theater. What a blast!
Now it’s back to the grindstone. Zach is slogging like a determined ox (a handsome, buff ox) through the muddy field that is pharmacy school while TAing and working at the ever-awesome Walgreens. Meanwhile I, the sugarmama, head to work while incubating the child.
|P.S.: We found Waldo at a gas station in Southern UT.|