We have continued to celebrate my husband's 40th year on earth - this time with friends and family in the Wisconsin Dells!
And, I should mention our friends Lucy and Taka also have birthdays around this time of year, too. Jim and I knew we needed to stick close to home this spring break, so we just invited "our people" to come see us. And would you believe it, they came!
We spent a week at Christmas Mountain Village -- the only resort left with snow. I didn't see them actually make snow but we were so grateful to tube one more time this season. We should have gone skiing because the runs would have been slow, but we were too busy enjoying each other's company. Besides, tubing allows you to have a bloody mary or two.
As usual, it was wonderful to spend a day with my sister Hyun Jeong. She came up one night while her husband studied and worked. We missed Glenn but getting a night with my sister is always great. Of course, my mom and dad loved it! It's like they get two daughters but only had to put up with one! Just kidding mom, but seriously, thanks for college.
Other highlights -- we went to Sundara for the first time. If you want to go but aren't sure what to expect, the best advice I received is buy the least expensive service. Why? Well, the real treat of the place is using all the little spas, saunas and the heated pool. You get to do all of that for free with your service. I chose to do a 35 minute, $90 massage because I didn't really need any major work. We stayed for about 4 hours before we felt pruny enough to get out and grab lunch.
We also enjoyed the High Rock Cafe for lunch. We all enjoyed the calamari - it kind of tasted like it was smothered in an orange chicken sauce which made it a little unusual. You also get a nice view of downtown if you're into that sort of thing.
Basically our week went like this - eat, drink, laugh and eat some more. As we get older, we just like to enjoy our time together and rest at the same time. With Jim almost finished with school, our next trip has to be the beach!