Monday, November 30, 2009

It is COLD!!!

St. George is wonderful, but it is soooo cold I want to slap myself. Yesterday on our way home, we were listening to some random radio station and the guy was giving the forecast. I wanted to cry after he said it because all he said was, "39 degrees here in Cedar City, FREEZING temperatures in other areas." TJ & I looked at each other and just burst into laughter. I was like, "What the heck, they didn't even take the time to give us an actual temperature, they just said FREEZING in other areas." Anyone who knows me knows that cold temperatures and Dora do not get along. I found these cute boots at Wal-Mart that I have worn daily. I always tend to look like a freakin Eskimo walking around St. George. TJ on the other hand is having a blast. He goes to work like he's still in California. Yesterday, I had to force him to take a sweater with him to work... Of course, I go to pick him up like at 9:30 at night and this guy is standing there with just his T-Shirt. When I asked him where his sweater was, he tells me that he accidentally locked it in the office. I started to feel bad for him but then this guy pulls the office keys out of his pockets and opens the office door to put his stuff away. I don't want to say that I wanted to slap this guy, but I really wanted to slap this guy. He was sick when we got here and is just starting to get better. Anyhow, other than the freezing temperatures, we are good. I can't begin to explain to you how good it feels to be in St. George. I feel comforted each morning I wake up like this was the right decision for my husband and I. I miss our family back home in California and can't wait to come back and visit. Til next time......

-Theodora Salanoa

2 comments:

James and Cindy said...

ya welcome to FREEZING! At least you wont get as much snow as we do up here in Ephraim. It's almost to Emjae's cute little knees.

Monty and Kristin said...

I'm so not a cold weather person either. I don't like hot weather either come to think of it...I like 'just right weather'. Anyway, glad to hear you're happy in St. George. We are happy for you guys.