I have the best, warmest feelings for Seven Peaks in Provo. I went there with my high school best friend, Maren, the day before I started BYU. I was so excited to start school. I was so excited for that part of my life to begin. I really thought that I would pull into the parking lot at Snow Hall and this amazing young man would greet me at my car, ask if I needed help with moving in my stuff, and we'd start dating and be married by the end of the term. That's really what I thought would happen.
I feel those memories every time I go back to Seven Peaks. Today I was cruising the lazy river with my Molly and my Braden on my lap. And I thought, if I could have received a glimpse of this 22 years ago when I was there as a new college student, wouldn't I have been so excited?!? Wouldn't I have thought our kids are so beautiful. I may have been a little discouraged over how long it took to have them. But, oh! What wonderful kids!
Today was our third trip to Seven Peaks Provo this summer. We met up with Emma's good classmate friends, the Skadal triplets. I lied and tricked Braden on a big kid slide. It was pretty painful. We had to scoot all the way down the entire slide because the slide was SO SLOW and there's not enough water to get you to move along. Never again. Kharma for lying and scaring the little guy.