Warm Fuzzies

Saturday evening, Ian was watching the BYU game on TV. It started to snow big time on the screen! Ian immediately suggested we should take a drive up to Sundance to show Liam the snow. I was in! We needed to get out of the house.

So we did.

Liam fell asleep on the way.

Once we parked the car, Liam awoke excited to see the white stuff.

The plan was to show Liam the snow and maybe buy a treat at the general store.

We found out that you can order take out at the Foundry Grill.

Yeah, I got my apple smoked pork. And, yeah, we paid a pretty penny for it.

After taking a few photos, we headed home.

Liam fell asleep.

We got home excited to dig into the double order of rotisserie pork.

Nope, we had to share with the small beggar boy.

And you know what? That didn't take away from the decadence and enjoyment of that food! It was heaven!!!! I am still thinking about it and how I want to go back and spend any amount of money to taste it again. Of course that is what I think every time I go to the Foundry Grill (I never stray from that same menu item).

My point of this post? That I love my husband for taking us for a nice drive and playing with his son in the snow. And earlier that same day he went to great lengths to help me throw a successful birthday party for Liam. The pork was just icing on the cake that day. I'll never forget it.

See Sundance photos HERE.

7 comments:

D said...

Yay for happy memory making! That pork will always be seasoned extra well with those happy memories on top of it already being delicious. Sounds like tons of fun. We hope to show Kaden snow this winter. Right now we are thinking we will do it at Christmas time with the family but we can go tot he mountains here too. So much fun!

Kayelyn said...

So much fun in one day. Sounds perfect to me.

A Little Revolution said...

Sigh, I miss real snow. Not this stuff that you can see grass through. We haven't even gotten that since April or something.

utmommy said...

What a great day!! I've never been to the Foundry Grill but it sounds like I need to.

Danell said...

Gina, I'm so glad that it was such a fun day for you and your family. Those times are the BEST!

Poopydigs said...

It's all about the little things.

Rotisserie pork, yum!

Belated happy bday to Liam!!

Cheryl said...

Ooh, We had that pork once, it is so tasty. Worth the money!
Such a nice hubby to take you there and play with Liam in the Snow. So cute.