The past week or so since we've written has been very full. In fact, we both feel like much more time has passed than actually has.
Last Monday and Tuesday we had the pleasure of hosting Thomas' dad while he was in town. Although his travel-days were packed with meetings and visits, we did get a chance to spend time with him in the evenings. We attended the Carl Bloch exhibit at the BYU Museum of Art with him on Monday night, and made a quick trip to the Provo temple together on Tuesday.
|Great exhibit - catch it while it's still here! The altar pieces took my breath away.|
|Thanks, Dad, for the yummy treats! (The Pim's - those were amazing. Unlike anything I've tried before!)|
India Palace was my first experience at an Indian restaurant, and wow, it was a good one. Thomas ordered the Tandoori Lamb and I chose the Chicken Korma (medium spice). Both were delicious. Thomas' dish was very spicy, but mine was just to my liking. Perfect, really. I look forward to going back! It was a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day.
When we got home that night, our living room light totally died. The fixture was never really bright with just one bulb, and its wiring was so old that we decided to get a new fixture altogether. Thomas put up the new light on Saturday, and it's been almost life-changing! It is actually useful for reading at night.
On Valentine's Day itself, Thomas and I made mini s'mores. We roasted mini marshmallows using a candle, and put them on broken-up graham crackers with chocolate chips. It was fun, even though the marshmallows did not come close to melting the chocolate.
Aside from these fun, out-of-the-ordinary activities, we have been keeping busy with school, work, and our church callings (...and of course, we've made some time to cook yummy things). School in particular has been occupying much of our time, as we read books, write papers, and prepare for and take our exams. This weekend will (hopefully) be a chance for us to pause and catch up on the things we need to do!
Happy Presidents' Day!