Hi people! Labor Day weekend is only halfway through (ish) and already a lot has happened. I will attempt to fill you in.
Friday night, most of our family went out to First Friday to visit the Arizona Science Center. (I love that place!) We had issues finding a place to eat, so we didn't get to spend a whole lot of time there, but it was an adventure all the same. I will now show you pictorial evidence of our night.
|The Coke machine at Five Guys. Is this not the coolest drink dispenser ever?|
|Now I understand why everyone sits at this exhibit and laughs hysterically.|
|I think we look like pandas.|
|This is one of my favorite things at the Science Center. It looses something in picture (versus video) form, but it is still awesome.|
I almost had more pictures to take, which brings me to my next story. As we were walking in downtown Phoenix (is it really downtown? I have no idea. It is to me), we saw some statues coming up. They looked like dancers. I was just saying to Sarah, "Hey, maybe we should take some pictures with them!" when we got close enough to see that they were all naked. Yep, a bunch of naked women statues on the sidewalk. Creepy! Thanks, Phoenix! (You can bet we walked down the other side of the street on the way back. *shudder*)
On the way home from the Science Center, we somehow got on the topic of drinks at Sonic. My brother-in-law and sister were telling us about some flavors of cream slushes that they really like, so then we were all in the mood to try them (even though we were still really full from dinner--Five Guys gives you a lot of food!). Behold:
|Oceanwater cream slush with cherry add-in|
|Lime cream slush with blue coconut add-in|
Yeah, they look like the same thing (I think the guy taking our order got a little confused...), but they tasted different, I promise. And they came in shiny silver cups. Woo!
Yesterday morning, we came to Big Event #2 for the weekend: I got a car!
Isn't it pretty? I have decided to call it Lucy. Don't ask me where that came from, because I have no idea. It's pretty much the same car I've been driving (my mom's is 2 years newer), but blue. I have broken free of our family's silver Honda tradition! Ha ha! It's still a little weird that it's mine (or will be officially once I've paid it off). I'm super excited, though!