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Monday, February 22, 2010

Home again!

As I was writing the title of this post. . . it dawned on me how much Phoenix feels like home to me now. I do really like it here. As you know we headed to HOLLYWOOD to go to Universal Studios theme park. I was shocked at how dirty and filthy it feels there. Maybe it was just that part of town, but COME ON California, don't litter up your state! Anyway, it made me question my desire to live there. . . .we'll see.

We had a great time! It didn't rain like the weather news people predicted (big surprise they were wrong. . .not) ~ The park had changed a lot since I was there last. I also found out Bryan had been there before, and I thought I knew everything about him. If you haven't been in a while, it's pretty cool! I will add some pictures tomorrow being that I am pretty tired tonight. We picked up and we just got home at 10:45 pm. Bella and Bryan are both snoring away! I should get some sleep as well. watch for photos soon~

Here are some photos!!
Bryan and Me!

Me!

Bry!

Terminator Jamie!

Terminator Bryan!

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2 comments:

bo said...

Glad you had a good time and that you returned safely.

Also, I'm pretty sure all the litter in Arizona evaporates. That's why it seems so clean.

Cammi said...

So glad you had a great time! I'm glad the weather cooperated, too - although you are probably used to having great weather from living in AZ! I LOVE Los Angeles. We lived there for three years while Lance went to law school (we lived just down the street from Universal Studios) - I hated it the first six months and was scared everywhere I went and then it sucked me in and I cried when we had to leave after three years. It's just a super fun place! Maybe not an ideal place to raise kids but a great place to have fun. Living by the ocean was dreamy.

I'm so glad you guys were able to get away for a vacation - not a trip to Pittsburgh! That kind of "travel" doesn't count! Glad you felt well and had a good time. You deserve it!

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