just wanted to say it's been a good week around here. i've had an out-of-the-house activity every day [the secret to keeping lyndsey sane] and i think i'm getting over my guilt from not working full-time, because i can now enjoy my quiet home days without feeling stressed. plus b gets the day off tomorrow so i am taking the day off too [ha...like i need to get it approved or something] and we have fun plans.
in the world of current events, i wanted to point out that utah valley is THE celeb hotspot these days. this amuses me because i don't really love UV, but now that i'm gone and it's swarming with paparazzi i think it's a tiny bit better. first gary coleman dies there, now larry king's wife has a suicide attempt in provo [for more details just visit tmz.com for the scoop...and remind me to tell you sometime about how my mom grew up w/ larry's wifey and does NOT like her. haha. also i saw larry at church one time when i was like 14 and i was already a foot taller than him.]
in wells' fam current events, our carseat is officially installed in the back seat. yesterday i even got it approved by the local fire department. did you know they do official carseat installations? i swear, parenthood is teaching us something new every day. i do feel pretty legit driving around town with a carseat base strapped into my back seat. come any day, baby!
also, in my ongoing attempt to capture the colorado sky, i took my camera outside one night while b was gone.
it's funny, we live in a very urban area just across from a giant business park, but our town still happens to be on the outskirts of civilization. we love to go for walks and check out the prairie-lands right next door. i can even see cows out my kitchen window, which amuses me to no end:
this guy was literally 10 feet from me, just checking things out. i never saw cows anywhere except norco when i was growing up, so this is new and different for me.
annnnd that's the latest from the colorado camp. now if you'll excuse me i'm off to eat a popsicle and go to target because that's what i do pretty much every afternoon.