The first thing on my list was to go walk the Harvard campus and visit the museums there. I felt like such an imposter walking through the campus. There were college students everywhere, so I really blended right in, sans a backpack. But it’s Harvard, you know, the place where all the studies and smart people and high IQ and stuff come from? I felt like everyone knew I wasn’t actually enrolled there.
The second day of our Anniversary Weekend rolled around and we decided to make a trip to the aquarium. Recently the aquarium in Utah received a makeover and moved to a new location. I hadn’t been to the old one, but I was promised more exciting animals, bigger space, and better facilities. It does look pretty fancy from the outside; you can see it from the freeway and in the front there are tents to hide in the shade while you wait in line. On a Sunday morning, there were no lines to be waited in. We went straight in after receiving the student discount (the perks of paying thousands of dollars in tuition, once again) and were offered a map.
Our one-year anniversary was coming up, and we hadn’t planned anything for it. I really wasn’t in the mood for planning anything, and I felt like we’d waiting too long to book anything. So I went to take a shower, and in 10 minutes Colton booked our entire weekend full of activities.