SLC's quaint Main St. & the famous Walker building.It is amazing how quickly a city can change. In the two years we have been away, downtown Salt Lake has so many new things. New cafes, new shops, new buildings. An entirely new light rail to the airport! Salt Lake is just getting so cool. In fact, it may be too cool for me with all the ironic facial hair and single speeds and dark-framed glasses walking about downtown. I'd totally have to up my game if we ever moved back here.
I kid. I kid.
Anyway. It has, of course, been great to be back in this town. Walking the familiar streets. Seeing dear friends and family. Drinking sorely missed beer (my husband declared this stout the best he'd ever had). It'll be hard to leave. But it's never been more apparent that we must move back.
The when remains to be seen.
Not to belabor just how cool SLC is, but let me talk more about just how cool SLC is! All over the downtown area there are different kinds of sculpture art. Some twirl in the wind. Some are funny and bizarre-looking. Some make no sense at all. But they all give a unique feel to a great little city.
Twirly Art. SLC, UT.
Onto a totally unrelated topic... while we've been away from Boston, I've been blogging via my iPad. I used to lug our cumbersome MacBook along with us on trips but now that my carry-on bag is full of diapers and toys and baby food, there isn't much room for a laptop. Add the ingenious app called Blogsy and blogging from an iPad is crazy easy. Except that I am pretty terrible at typing on this thing. Thank god for smart text and auto-correct.
Have you heard of or do you use the Blogsy app? Maybe I've been living under a rock and you've been using it for decades. And maybe I'm not as cool as I think I am. Both totally possible.