Ok. Im having nostaligic flashbacks to Jr. High and High School.... I think it is because #1. I have been writing a personal history and happen to be in High School at the moment. and #2. Club DV8 just burned to the ground the other day. Nevermind that I only actually walked into that place twice it was still a fixture for the 80's and 90's club scene and they always had the best concerts. I was never allowed to go during High School (of course) but even in college it was popular enough that many a BYU student made the trek to Salt Lake City to do a little dance! Anyway, it is no longer..... so with that, I have made a temporary change to my music playlist to honor the best decade ever...... the 80's! I love 80's music. This entire playlist is made up of 80's New Wave music as this was my biggest influence during High School (sad as that might be). I love a lot of other genre's but this one in particular stirs up the most memories. I had fun putting it together and had to tear myself away from adding more music. I could go on and on and on! For those of you that are not 80's New Wave afficionado's some of this music may sound a little strange. Sorry about that. I will return to normal in a week or two.....until then enjoy, or turn it down! Oh, and technically this picture of me was taken in 1992 so not officially an 80's pic. I dont have a scanner so I cant give you one of those pictures. Just picture me a little younger and hair much much bigger!
In other news, Denver and I went to the Jazz game tonight. I had a great time. First we celebrated our recent weight loss with a meal from The Red Iguana....dont worry, I controlled myself. I am still feeling the "burn" from my chili verde burrito.....yum. After dinner we headed over to the game. I havent been to a Jazz game since high school (even more memories flooding now) and I had forgotten how much fun they are. The Jazz played the San Antonio Spurs and actually won the game! Denver was frantically looking for Eva Longoria (as if) but unfortunately, Utah is probably too cold for her Hollywood Highness. It was exciting and I would love to go to more games. Denver won these tickets from his work and that made it even better.....Free! Anyway, we had a nice time away from the kiddies. Now its off to bed and up tomorrow to start my week...... Have a good night.