Camille and I heading on our way
Camille and I love to get away sometimes, doesn't everyone? Well, we had been talking about going somewhere in May but couldn't make a decision because of a few things that were going on. Anyway, on Wednesday, we were talking and decided we should head to St. George for the weekend...that weekend. It was a quick decision so we didn't have to wait forever, which was awesome.
We totally took it easy and it was the perfect trip! I got off early on Friday and we headed down there. Once there, we checked into our hotel.
First things first...gotta test out the beds...Camille took it upon herself to do so...
These were actually the most comfortable beds I have ever had in a hotel. They were awesome!
Then we headed out for some dinner. After eating at Pizza Factory, we were waiting for our movie to start so we went over to this new frozen yogurt shop called Spoon Me. We thought, hey, why not give it a shot. Worst ever! It was a great idea...everything was all natural and they had a bunch of different types of fruit or cereals (weird) for toppings. We got our yogurt and sat down to enjoy...not. It was horrible! Ok, maybe not horrible, but it definitely wasn't good enough to waste the calories on.
Looks good, right? Don't be fooled!!!After our 'Spoon Me' experience we went and saw Ghosts of Girlfriends Past which was pretty funny! My favorite was the read headed ghost...too funny!
On Saturday, we went and got pedicures...Had In-n-out for lunch (yummy)
Did a little shopping, went to Tuacahn
Had a little time for putting the feet in the hot tub, then went and saw
He's Just Not That Into You which was also pretty funny.
Not quite sure what was going on here, but I obviously thought it was hilarious...I know, not the most attractive pic, but who cares, right?
On Sunday, we headed home.
This was in Beaver (obviously) on the giant rocking chair. I've seen it so many times since I've been going to St. George at least once a year for about 20 years, but I don't know if I've actually ever gotten a picture of it...hmm, funny.
It was definitely a short trip, but it was so needed and way fun! Thanks, Camille!