After we walked around the canal downtown we decided to go look for the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial. We found it around 11 0'clock at night and it was so neat. When you first get up to the museum there is a chainlinked fence that is covered with memorabila of those who were killed in the bombing. This fence was put up to keep people out of the sight, not intended to become part of the memorial, but it is so powerful they decided to leave it there. While we were walking around we met this older lady who lost her daughter that day, she was there that night to feel close to her daughter.
On Saturday we went with the guys Chad works with to the Art Fair. I love fair food, my favorite is the corn!!!! I have been known to eat more than one per fair! One of the things that is so different about Oklahoma is how windy it is. My hair was a mess the whole time I was there. The weather was really nice most of the time (besides the wind).
Me and Chad at the fair, with downtown OKC in the background!
Of course we had to watch the Laker game together! I brought out both of our Jerseys so we could wear them out that night as we watched the game. Oklahomans are much nicer than Utahns when we wore our jerseys.
I got home last Monday, it was sad to leave him of course but luckily I had a fun trip planned to St. George just two days after I got home. I went with my sister-in-law Kristi, and her two kids. IT was a nice relaxing trip, we laid out at the pool, went out to eat, shopped and watched movies. Nothing better than being in warm weather!!!