My mom came up to Brigham today so Benji and I could go to Lagoon by ourselves! It was so nice to not have to take turns going on rides, or push a stroller, or worry about other people other than ourselves, which sounds awful, but seriously once in awhile it is niiiiice. We had so much fun, but Lagoon just isn't the same now that I'm older. First of all, I swear those roller coasters were a lot taller, and I swear they've never made me sick before today. After 8 hours at the park we were both worn out and feeling a little sick. Seriously, what happened to me!? I used to go on the same roller coaster over and over and over and never feel any side effects. I used to get to Lagoon right when it opened and stay until close. I don't know if I could ever do that now.
I'm about to smash the heck out his car (he just doesn't know it yet).
Okay, maybe he smashed the heck out of me...
I also know I'm older because I actually enjoyed the historic section of Lagoon. It was so fascinating to me. We spent a quite a bit of time there. I loved this old LDS chapel that was covered with old paintings, photographs, certificates, and other early church stuff (I want to say memorabilia, but that maybe isn't the right word...) So my hair looks way red in this next picture, we set up the self-timer for this shot, but the first time we did this our camera was set on video.
We were so confused! I love that Benji pulls me back because he thought it was about to take the picture.
Here's the dental office. We looked at this one for a long time.
On the log ride...
The roller coaster that says, "Hi"
I loved this old lady taking a nap in a stroller. Good idea.
Benji even won Jordan and Sam a toy.
We had to get some videos for Jordan so he wouldn't feel left out.
Speaking of old, I'm happy I finished this post before 10:30, so I can go to sleep. Goodnight.
2 months ago