Happy SIX months Honey! Can't believe how fast it's gone -- but it's been the best!
Monday, September 21, 2009
Thursday, September 17, 2009
We had a fabulous Labor Day weekend with my family in Logan! It was the perfect end to our summer vacation. Super relaxing -- but never a dull moment!
It started off with boating at Willard Bay. It was the first time that Nick and I were on our boat together! Crazy, I know. We were happy to get one last great boating day in before the chilly Autumn temperatures.
Let me just say this: five tramps, 150 high school kids and free Red Bull for all. Quite the party.
Thanks to Aaron and his "connections" his friends, the Red Bull Girls, stopped by Scott's after-football-game party at our house to pass out hundreds of cans of Red Bull. Not to mention that Scottie and the neighborhood boys gathered all of their tramps in our backyard.
I don't know many other parents that would let their 17-year-old have a party like that! haha.
On Saturday, Aaron took Nick, Dad and I on our first off-roading adventure up to the top of Mt. Logan. My neck was a little sore the day after, but the view at the top was totally worth it!
Posted by Erika Gerszewski Potter at 10:50 AM
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Since we've been back in Utah for a few weeks now, I figured it's time to update about our last weeks in Orlando!
We discovered that Downtown Disney is a great place to go for Sunday night walks- lots to walk around and see, but you don't have to pay to get in!
Probably one of my favorite parts about it was the Mr. Potato Head store. They had every Disney Character imaginable that you could turn your Mr. Potato Head into.
Mary Poppins and Mr. Incredible
Little Mermaid and Peter Pan
Dad stopped in for a visit between his trips. He was only there for a day, but we decided to go the "Holy Land Experience," something I never even knew about until I moved to Orlando. Probably not something either of us would do on a vacation, but we're glad we went! It was very educational... and made me realize I need to brush up on my Bible knowledge!
We decided to make use of our spare bedroom and build a fort! I don't think I've done that since about the 5th grade. But hey, why not use the extra bedroom while we have it?