Wednesday, February 9, 2011Events, hella clean teeth and bff's at 9:22 AM
Dental visit success! Not a single tear and no Epic meltdows, Hunter is the best. Afterward i anticipated a 'David after the dentist' type of hilarity but trying to understand what a toddler is saying when their mouth ISN'T numb is hard enough. Don't fret my daughter was plenty entertaining for the 2 minutes she was awake and here is what i was able to decipher-
HUNTER-' I WANT JUICE! I CANT CHEW! WHERES MY CUPCAKE! THERE'S A CAT ON THE PORCH!'
It's the simple things in life...why didn't i get out the camcorder?
So enough about toddlers at the dentist; i have a serious issue to talk to you about. My sweetie and i have been trying to get married for 5 years, 5 flipping' years! We both refuse to go to a courthouse and just get it over with because we both want our families to be able to come together and celebrate our love for each other. We want the whole shebang - dress and tux, cake and intoxicated loved ones dancing crazily. We know it will happen but every time we seem to save enough something happens and all our savings goes to something terribly un-fun...like surgery. SO i entered us in the Southern Utah bride magazines wedding giveaway! yay! I know our chances of winning the big ticket are about slim to none but a girl can dream and I'd love if you could dream with me so cross yer fingers!
Now let's get on with show! Wednesdays are no joke and there a ton of events to enjoy so limber up with some YOGA and head out to one of these-
♥WSU’s The Times and Issues Forum will examine “Cholera Outbreak in Haiti,” featuring a discussion led by WSU zoology professor Brian Michael Chung, 10:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Lair, free, 801-626-6782.
♥WSU West Center presents “A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned,” 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., WSU West Center (5627 S. 3500 W., Roy), free, 801-689-4978 or weber.edu/workshopsatwest.
♥WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity will host a presentation on American Heart Month with WSU wellness coordinator Rachel Smith, 12:30 p.m., Shepherd Union Building Room 232, free, 801-626-7243 or email@example.com.
♥Wild Wednesdays-Have you ever wondered if animals flirt with one another? Come find out during our special Valentine's Day Program. Meet some of our resident birds and reptiles and discover the unique ways these animals attract a partner. Then make your very own nature themed Valentine.
♥Join us at the 'Independent Film Society' for some fun times getting to know your fellow film junkies in the local scene hear at the Ogden meet at 'Grounds For Coffee', all are welcome.
♥Jazz at the station-Jazz at the Station, a monthly program designed to give local jazz fans and performers an opportunity to meet and enjoy jazz, presents Joe McQueen, saxophone; and friends: Don Keipp, percussion; Steve Keen, keyboard; Lars Yorgason, bass.
♥Country dance-There are all kinds of Swing Dancin’, Two-Steppin’, and Line Dancin’. You’ll also see people doing the Country Waltz, the Cowboy Cha Cha, the Night Club Two-Step, the Tripple Step, the West Coast Swing and plenty of other kinds of dancing. So come out and give it a whirl! We know you will love every minute.
♥Art exhibit-Lifelong painter. Born in Germany. Passionate about oil on canvas - about how paint is a medium and allowing the texture and quality of the substance to be a part of the image. Daniel Ramjoue.
♥Come over to mojos for and open jam session. Good company, art, coffee, and local music and if your feeling brave get on stage and show your stuff!
♥Be a rockstar for a few minutes and join in open mic night at brewskis
ALSO NEW POST IN SLOUCHER ZINE- http://sloucher.org/2011/02/09/ogden-more-than-meets-the-eye-2/
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