So. My last day of work was last Friday. I am not sure that it has really hit me that I am never going there to work again, because I basically feel no emotion about it, other than constantly thinking "Oh, yeah. I don't I have work tomorrow. I guess this means I should do homework." I know that there are some people there that I will begin to miss, but I am going back in on Saturday for a retirement open house that is being put on for one of my (ex)coworkers. I guess I had ought to finish saying my goodbyes while I am there, because I really didn't say many upon my departure.
Anyway, Saturday I drove up to Provo. It rained/snowed nearly the entire drive, sans about 20 minutes of it south of Nephi. So much rain/snow! The good thing about that, though, is that my car now looks a great deal cleaner. I still need to wash it, but it is not near as bad as it was.
Basically the fist thing I did upon arrival was go to dinner at P.F. Chang's. It really hurts my heart that there is not one closer to where I live, because I love their food. However, I think they've changed their sweet and sour sauce, because it didn't taste the same and it wasn't that good. Good thing I got the lo mein, too; that was still delicious, as were the crunchy wantons.
Saturday night I went to the Timeless showcase at the Pardoe with my Nicoke. It was very well done, and I enjoyed it. Bonus that I totally did not think of until halfway through the show: this totally counts as one of my homework assignments for the semester, assuming I get off my duff and write about it.
Basically I just relaxed all weekend and enjoyed the fact that I was able to get out of town for a while (despite the snow, which, in case you forgot, I loathe).
P.S. Monday, on my way out of town, I stopped at Nicoke's place of employment and we played dress up. See below.
"I think I know how it is to be grown up; it's when you feel how someone feels that isn't you." -Frances Griffiths