Meghan came back from her Euro adventures and brought me a treat.
I put Farmer Dad's blueberries to good use. The smitten kitchen recipe is great.
Other Meghan is a rower, and Meghan, Amanda and I went out to the marina for a learn-to-row day clinic that they did. I'm amazed we didn't tip the boat.
I love making these tostadas.
And my AZ dream of Bahama Bucks finally came to Utah! It's far away in Draper, but one day I was in the neighborhood so....sour red raspberry it was.
At least this one is cute.
At church one night we had a woman bring her Spanish friends to demo some Spanish dishes. Pan con tomate and tortilla - so good! I'm glad I went.
Anthony convinced me to go camping one weekend - the first true test of our relationship. Out in the middle of nowhere (well, not really, but...) in a place without an actual campground nor facilities (running water, bathroom), so it was a little challenge for me, but I survived for a night. We went to Stansbury Island.
We parked and walked up a little hill - he carried the stuff.
That's the Great Salt Lake back there.
I couldn't find the rainfly for my tent, so we got a little rained on the next morning. We packed up quickly and got to the car, then drove to the brine shrimp farm. That's why the water is all red. I still don't know exactly how that works.
View from the movie theater parking garage. We saw the Weiner documentary.
Lacey had chocolate pasta at her house and I tried it with ice cream on top. It's okay?
Becca loves America and had a Flag Day party.
Ensign Peak night with the youth from church. I think it was crazy windy.
All I wanted for the summer was pool access, and Meghan's place in Provo delivered.
We had a girls night at the rodeo in Pleasant Grove (I don't think I'd been to one before?) and found a delicious food stand right after.
Niece time! Hallie got a book from grandma about her travel to Texas.
Dear family friends from Oklahoma were in Utah for their daughter's wedding. Taylor and I went and it was lovely to see their whole family. It had probably been 20 years!
I made everyone go to food trucks one night. So great in the summer.
This one had a job interview near me and we had a milkshake date after.
Adam had a birthday! And Dana totally pulled off a surprise with friend and family meeting him at TopGolf. That place is fun.
Breakfast at Rye. And somewhere around here I volunteered at the Utah Arts Festival in the beer tent. I'm sure I took photos? I guess not.
Night hike in Brighton.
And some Real Salt Lake.
And I finally splurged and bought this eyeshadow palette. It's been a great investment.
One more birthday celebration for Adam - some Peruvian food! And then he did some stellar Spanish karaoke.
That's it for June!