Next Friday I have a problem. Dallas' school class is holding a Mother's Day luncheon at 12:30 and Hallie's school is holding a Mother's Day program at 12:15. That's two different programs at separate schools on the same day at about the same time. Seeing how I am the mother of both of my children and their school programs are fifteen minutes apart, and their schools are also fifteen minutes away from each other, I do not see how can make it to both parties. How can I be at two places at once to support both of my children?
Travis said I should sit them both down, tell them which one I love more, and then attend that function. That will not work for me! Have any of you ever faced this problem before? How do you handle such things? I need suggestions.
It's almost as troubling as choosing between these four cupcakes. Only that dilemma was more easily solved. I just cut these babies in fourths and then we all got to taste each one. My Mom and I decided to try the Sweet Tooth Fairy bakery in Provo this weekend (it's on University right by the Quilted Bear).
The cupcake shop itself is adorable, and the cupcakes are gorgeous; but I gotta say the taste fell a little short (maybe even a lot) for me (and my family agreed). The frosting and toppings were beyond amazing, but the cake itself: bland and rather tasteless. I'm still glad I went though, I love cupcakes and cupcake shops, but I probably wouldn't make the drive just to go back.
And for a little further wickedness last night Travis and I celebrated our 9th Wedding Anniversary a few days early and attended Wicked in downtown Salt Lake. Can I just say how much I love that play? I've been listening to the music all week in my car and was so excited to get to go. The touring company did just as good a job as when I saw it in L.A. last year. It was so much fun, and Travis loved it as well. This is the only lame picture we took of ourselves in the theater. I've got to be better about that. I hardly have any pictures of Travis and me. But we had a great time, and can't wait for it to come to Utah again.