Dear Date Night,


Last weekend we went on a double with our friends Chito and Michelle. And then we added one million other things to our to-double date list. I am glad our husbands get along and that we can go on double dates. Michelle and I have been friends since sophomore year. We started out as some sort of frenemies... a boy in our ward claims he brought us together, but I think he is the reason it took us so long to become friends. To be honest... Michelle's whole apartment intimidated me. They were all so cool! Well. Either way. Somehow we became friends through a series of random meetings, including me having to sit in her apartment one day (so scary!) while I waited for a locksmith to come. Since then... the rest is history. We ended up in the same major, we interned together, we shared books and a locker for junior and senior year, and we are both in the same career field now. now where was I going with this story? Oh, that's right. We went on a double date.

Ever since our double date to the state fair, which I swore I posted about but I just found it in my drafts, we have been talking about a roadtrip to Scheels. So our Friday night double date consisted of.... Christmas Lights at Thanksgiving Point, dinner at Chipotle, an adventure in Scheels, and after a drive back home the boys played Halo and Michelle and I went to Walmart to run an errand. So exciting, right?

First of all. Adam and I have had really great luck with Thanksgiving Point lights. This is the second year we have gone, and we always seem to pick the REALLY slow night so we don't have to wait in a line of cars a million miles long and we pick the pace we drive through at. I love the lights at Thanksgiving Point.

Scheels. What an adventure. And that is all I will say. Actually... I will say more. Who would have thought there would be so many opportunities for photos?

Also... the FUNNIEST thing happened at Scheels. There was some camouflage lingerie on the wall so Michelle and I were joking about getting it. Right as Michelle was saying, "I will get that for you for Christmas!" a lady in her... mid 60s maybe came and SNATCHED UP THE CAMO LINGERIE! And walked away just as quickly as she came. She must have been eying it.

Fun night. Great lights. Best memories. Do you like to go on double dates? Got any good ideas?

Stefani said...

Hahaha camo lingerie? Awesome. Also, I love the Scheel's pictures. your date nights look like so much fun! We need to get a babysitter more often, lol.

Cyndi Calhoun said...

Double date...oh man...I haven't been one of those in for.ever. Your awesome post makes me think it's time. :)

Julie said...

Wow, my life is so dull. I wanna hang with yall. :) I'm visiting from the Aloha Friday blog hop. Now following you on Bloglovin.

Judy Haughton-James said...

You all certainly had a whale of a time. Awesome shots! I am a new Follower from The Aloha Friday Blog Hop. Thanks for hosting and enjoy the rest of your week.

Life as a Bird said...

Scheels is so much fun! My husband would live there if he could! Andd... Lincoln is a creeper LOL
cute blog! I am now your newest follower.


2justByou said...

OK...LOVE the photos!!! I love driving around the neighborhood at night time to see all the Christmas lights. And, Scheels...AWESOME! Looks like you had a blast!

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