Life is so fun when we can laugh at ourselves! We had a nice visit this last week with Dee's parents, Bob & Felicia. They came from their home in Washington to see my Sweetie receive his Master's degree. They are always fun to have around, there's never a dull moment! Bob, or "Papa", likes to be up and at 'em early every day. He gets in walks and swimming workouts and looks very fit since his heart attack last winter. Felicia, or "Granni", always has fun tales to tell and comes equipped with Estee Lauder and fun tote bags. (She just happens to be the most AMAZING Estee Lauder sales associate in the Pacific Northwest...maybe the world!) She also likes to cook and bake fun things (like Key Lime pie on this visit); and she loves to go shopping. When she heard us talk about our favorite candle and home decor outlet, "For Every Body" on Geneva Road in Lindon, she just had to go! She and Papa came out of the place with a big box full of many large, sweet smelling candles for only $20! Seriously, if you are ever in Utah Valley you must go!
Anyway...as we were getting ready to leave for the outlet she could not find her sunglasses. She and Papa looked high and low for them with no luck. As we all headed out to our car she suddenly remembered where she last saw them. She ran back into the house and came out with her shades in her hands. When she got out of the car in Lindon I noticed that the glasses looked a bit different than I remembered but I figured she had more than one pair. She wore them into the store and on our driving tour of monster houses in Alpine afterward. When we arrived at home she walked into the house and was greeted by her three grandsons. Conner looked up from the computer and asked, "Granni, why are you wearing 3-D glasses?!" She quickly pulled them off and saw that they were indeed not her own sunglasses but that she had accidentally picked up a pair of Britt's 3-D's from a recent trip to the theater! She was horrified and said "Oh good heavens! I have been everywhere today wearing these things!"
She kindly posed for me. I told her it would make a great blog story. We all had a good laugh and I assured her they looked sort of like a pair of Raybans! What do you think?