The semester is over! Hallelujah! It was a crazy end to the semester, as always, but everything got finished. Aaron and I have been off of school for the past couple days, and boy we’ve loved it!
We had a fun excursion in Salt Lake City on Saturday. We started off with a live session at the Salt Lake Temple (my first time inside!) and I loved it! It was, if possible, more beautiful inside than outside! Aaron and I both needed that break from the world.
|I dream of one day having gardens that are a fraction as beautiful as the temples’.|
|Love this kid.|
When we left the temple, my stomach began to whisper, “Take me to Settebello. We wants it. We needs it.” I couldn’t say no.
|Yes, these are leftovers. I wanted to take a picture of the full pizza, but my stomach took over.|
Settebello is this incredible Italian restaurant that serves authentic Italian pizza (this ain’t Pizza Hut). The chef is actually from Italy, and they ship almost all of their ingredients straight from Italy because they are a part of this sweet Napoletana society that works to preserve the authentic pizza of Napoli. Boy, is it magnificent! My brother Jared signed off on it, and he served a mission in Milan, Italy. Wonderful. They actually have a sister restaurant in Orem called Terra Mia, which is also excellent, although in my heart, I am still partial to Settebello.
As part of our end-of-the-semester celebratory meal, we got some gelato next door! A wonderful decision.
|Mango & sweet cream for Aaron|
|Mint cookie & sweet cream for me|
One of Aaron’s cousins had a hotel room in Sandy he had bought, but he wasn’t able to use it so he offered it to us! It’s a rare treat for us to stay in a hotel room, so we couldn’t pass it up. Hello cable television!
It was a wonderful celebration between semesters. The next term starts on Tuesday. Oh boy.
However, on a happier note, today marks the one year anniversary of the day that Aaron proposed to me. What a wonderful, surreal day that was! I can’t believe we’re starting to hit these year marks! I’m feelin’ like an old married woman! Love you, husband.