I just returned from Salt Lake City where I lived in the 80’S. What I had forgotten was the sheer beauty Of the mountains surrounding the City. When I drove in it was late afternoon and mist was hanging over the mountains which always reminds me of Alaska. Driving gave me a significant amount of time to think but one thing in particular I am so grateful to be sober. The beginning of my divorce I thought it was the worst thing I would ever go through, then I got sober and now my sister is dying and I realize its life. So now unlike the 80’s I admire and feel really happy driving into Salt Lake and make sure I point it out to Jan also. One of the most amazing things about being able to go spend time in Utah is reconnecting with my family sober I find it much easier. My sister and I are identical when shopping we have much the same taste but with a different twist I love shopping with her. I know it sounds bad but my daughter say’s it best I love my shit. She has things she takes abroad that make her happy when she is there clothes and bags mainly well some sunglasses but she is defiantly my daughter. I to “love my shit” and I really love buying home decor clothes also but mainly things for the house.
I don’t shop like I use to but when I do watch out and stress buying is the worst and the best. My first trip was very difficult.I was walking to Starbucks SLC and I saw a store that I could never afford when I lived there I went in found an amazing coat and bought it in 10 min with no guilt that is a stress buy.
I made another one this trip it wasn’t as costly but man do I love it I think Johan is wearing off on me. I want to share a new project I have started a plant table for on my deck this summer. I decided to take an old butcher block table and turn it into a plant table I am excited I will post the after pictures.
From our home to yours,