FRIENDS! So you may have noticed, or maybe you haven't, I have not made too many posts recently, and this saddens me, but it is not my fault! My computer is sick and needs a bigger hard drive so it won't let me upload anymore pictures, extremely frustrating because I have done so many AWESOME things recently that I am dying to share with all of you! But soon my dear friends I will have a new and improved hard drive, its on its way here and we speak, and then there will be an overload of wonderful, picture filled posts. So stop thinking that I abandoned my blog or that I gave up on life, it is not true. Until next time dear blog readers! and PS if you are reading this message I love you, becuase that means you are looking at my blog and I love when people look at my blog, it makes me feel happy.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
There were also a few bakery stations spread throughout the event, to give our taste buds a little break from all the soup. I definitely loved their samples because I have such an obnoxious sweet tooth.
This was our group! Me, Bethy, Kelly and Shalease. It was awesome, I can't wait until next year! It will definitely be one of those events I attend every year!
Saturday, April 3, 2010
here. Since we hit a few bumps on the road last year, we had everything figured out so this year we experienced everything they had to offer. We left super early and got lunch to go from India Palace, when we arrived at the Krishna Temple in Spanish fork, we found an amazing parking spot by the llamas (instead of 2 miles away ...) We had a wonderful pic nic on a grassy hill over looking the festivities. Then we had plenty of time to enjoy the grounds, play with and feed the llamas and dance to their Krishna rock band before the ceremony and count down to the throwing of the colors. Below is what we saw as we were driving to the temple. All of these lovely photos are courtesy of Bethy and Reece Madison, I didn't bring my camera to this one, I left it to the professionals.
We tried some of their mango lemon beverage, it was very refreshing! When it was time to go we could brush of most of the chalk from our clothes, it looked cool to see the chalk in the sunlight as we took turns hitting each other.