the likely view nearTemple Square in two weeks
I did three hours of recoding this morning and will do another three or four on Monday. This is Utah. We don't worK on Sundays here. While the Mormons are in church tomorrow, Jared (who is sort of a Mormon but isn't going to let that get in the way of having a little fun) and I are going to Sundance to snowboard. All the lifts are still supposedly open. I'm using my pseudoaunt's clothing and gear with her permission, and Jared's uncle's letting him use some so neither of us had to pack so heavily.
We're meeting up with Jared's cousin Alyssa and a friend of hers today and going to a movie and to dinner. I hope to get to see Jaared's newest little cousins at least once. They're twins and were born around the first of the year. I saw them right after they were born, but they were still red and shriveled up. I've heard they've gotten much cuter since.
After working on Monday, we'll find something else fun to do. I'd love to stir up controversy by handing out anti-Mormon literature at Temple Square, but I'm not actually that much of an anti-Mormon; I'd just be doing it for fun. Furthermore, I don't own any anti-Mormon literature to distribute, and don't wish to waste precious vacation time creating any. With my luck, I'd get arrested and have to be bailed out of jail and would never hear the end of it. So I probably won't be handing out anti-Mormon literature at Temple Square. The prime time for doing that, besides, is in two weeks, during General Conference. It's like the Mardi Gras for anti-Mormons. If you're going to visit Bourbon Street, do it during the Mardi Gras, and if you're going to hand out anti-Mormon tracts, do it during General Conference. It's that simple.
Happy spring break to those presently in the midst of it. To others, vacation time will eventually arrive.