Lights on the Square


After a very generous meal at Cafe Ahn Hong (one of our fav SLC Chinese dives- we are frequently the only non Asians there), we got bundled up and went to Temple Square for the lights. It was VERY cold owing to a brisk breeze that has picked up tonight, but the lights were spectacular.







Colin loves being a little blankey burrito in his stroller. Though strangely, we've discovered that when he's all bundled he gets weirdly quiet and observant. We were pleased that he allowed the hat to stay on. I think he finally picked up on the idea that warm stuff actually is advantageous in these temperatures.




The glowing orbs in the reflecting pool are very cool. Where do they plug in?

It's fun to be able to visit the place we were married so easily.


A little camera fun



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8 Comments:

  1. jungleprincess said...
    Isn't Cafe Ahn Hong the very locale that we had a birthday celebration for you and I gave you a bridal magazine which I had purchased at a porn shop, and we all talked about how you were going to marry Brian, and lo and behold, the next week you went to visit him in Chicago and it was love at first make-out???
    jungleprincess said...
    I forgot to mention that I didn't know it was a porn shop until I was paying for the magazine and saw all the photos of scantily clad women on the counter.
    Julie said...
    Sure jungle princess, we know the real you...Remember out trip to the front gate of Ft. Clayton...What were we thinking.
    And don't forget when we all traipsed through the airport clad in Marti Grass attire, or lack there of... Boy those were the days!
    stuckihouse said...
    That was SO GREAT when you all came to get me at the airport in all my Mardi Gras things and with so many bras showing! I was really sick and not even sure if I would get home, so it was an amazing welcome. And we met Andi and her friend there who was trying to decide where to go to grad school and since you were all in Mardi Gras attire, he chose to study in New Orleans. That evening changed many lives. . .
    stuckihouse said...
    And yes TL, the very same Cafe Ang Hong. Still a dive, still all the same people, but when they are on, they are ON! They do some great dim sum on Saturdays. The porn shop bridal magazine was the only one I even had and used in wedding planning. I think I still have it somewhere.
    jungleprincess said...
    Oh, the memory just brings a tear to my eye. Sniff!
    Julie said...
    sorry I just realized that I wrote Mardi Gras totally wrong...how embarasada! (just kidding)
    malia said...
    i tried to get pictures like these and they didn't really turn out the way that i wanted. maybe i will post them on my blog and i can get critiques from you both. i love these pictures, by the way...and reading these extra comments has been kind of fun too. :)

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