- Samantha and I drove over 1500 miles on our first ever, girls only road trip
- Scouted out 3 potential college campuses
- Family reunion
- Broke a trampoline
- Got a parking ticket
- Fought a parking ticket
- Lost my fight against my parking ticket
- Swore under my breath at the stupid cops in Utah who have nothing better to do than to stalk an out of state visitor who is simply trying to eat her cream pie shake in peace in less than the one hour parking limit. They chalked my car WHILE I WAS STILL IN IT. Can't you guys start hiding crack in your glove box or something and get those guys off my back?
- We ate ice cream every day
- (I'm not kidding)
- Wore a bathing suit in public
- Lost a game of Nurts
- Saw Brave
- Went tubing behind a boat and didn't break anything
- Took about 3 pictures to document everything
- Washed down some Excedrin with a little Dr. Pepper on the drive home to help me stay awake (Mormons abusing drugs. Yo.)
- Watched a lot of YouTube videos
I agreed that if anyone could do it, it would be him. Just that morning I had been driving with Drew and I was asking him about his week of scout camp he had just endured with his Dad while Samantha and I were on said road trip. He said, "Yeah, there was one kid who was deathly afraid of spiders. One time he yelled to Dad for help and when Dad got there he asked, 'What do you need?' The kid asked him to kill a spider for him that was on the outside of his tent. Dad pointed to it and said, 'this spider?' The kid said, 'yeah' so Dad grabbed it, threw it in his mouth and ate it!" I burst out laughing and clarified, "Seriously?!" Drew, who was also cracking up as he retold me the details, vigorously nodded his head in affirmation and then added, "Of course he also had everyone eating ants by the end of the trip too."
You see why a tablespoon of cinnamon would seem like no big deal, so he decided to see what the fuss was all about. I forced him to at least do it outside and then grabbed my phone to document any potential footage. Ladies and gents, here's how that turned out:
Sorry y'all, he's taken.