Four kids and a business does not a calm summer make. But our work-hard, play-hard mantra is going full-speed. This past weekend we went to Southern Utah to visit two of our advertisers — Tuacahn and the Utah Shakespearean Festival. We saw “Tarzan” and “Price and Prejudice.” I stand behind what we”ve written in Utah Valley Magazine — both events are worth a jaunt down I-15.
After loving St. George and vowing to move there when we retire, we headed to Cedar City for “Pride and Prejudice.” The main characters are Bennetts, but that”s not why I loved the play. It was hilarious and well-costumed! Even my 12-year-old boy — who noticed he was the only one of his kind in the theater — enjoyed the show. Just don”t ask him to put that in writing.
Hopefully Tuacahn and the Utah Shakespearean Festival will be clients of ours for years to come — because I want to keep coming for years! I love it when we combine work and play and the kids don”t notice the work part.\r\n\r\nToday, I was working on a project in my home office while Lindsey created a masterpiece.
In this case, I was working hard and she was playing hard. Hopefully that still fulfills our summer mantra.