Monday, June 12, 2006

There is something about watching a 20-something Russian pianist playing Rachmaninoff that makes you wonder what you've done with your life?

Okay, so I'm no prodigy, but I'm doing okay. But this kid, man, he was good. Definitely trumped my playing half of Jessica's Theme from The Man From Snowy River by heart. Added a little culture to my weekend of lazy movie watching, lame attempts at cleaning, and wonderful wonderful naps. I did, however, manage to get myself out of bed and run down to temple square and back on Saturday morning, well morning-ish. I like to go spy on the wedding photographers doing their thing. Which usually only results in intimidation, but fun nevertheless.

And is there something wrong with the fact that upon leaving church Sunday, Amelia shot me this endearing glance and remarked that "You talked to lots of boys today Sarah. I'm so proud!"?

5 comments:

stace said...

you crack me up.

Daniel said...

Watching the wedding photographers at temple square can be oodels of fun. You can be like the papparazzi taking pictures of the papparazzi.

And talking to boys aint as easy as it seems, so props to you for keeping it real, Sarita.

Sarita said...

I try. I really do. To crack you up Stace and to keep it real.

LuLuBelle said...

You talked to BOYS?!!

Mikie said...

For a minute I was thinking "why should you be intimidated by the wedding photographers?" Then I realized, "duh, she is the one doing the intimidation." Good work ;)