Saturday, September 6, 2008


I've been thinking all week about things I need to blog. Then I sit down to actually do it and I can't remember a dang thing. Lame. That's been happening a lot lately. I always have that awful lingering feeling that you are forgetting something important. That tends to come from repeated instances of actually forgetting important things. For example, every Thursday night for almost a year now, I have taught yoga at 10 pm. The worst feeling in the world is waking up at 11:05, realizing that your 20 minute pre-yoga catnap turned in to a full 2 hours and you've missed class. Whoops. Thank goodness that only happened twice... or so. Or there was one time Eric and I got home from a really fun date around 11 only to remember that it was Thursday and we had completely forgotten about yoga. Geez. Hence, that feeling of "I must be forgetting something" that ALWAYS sticks with me these days.

Last night I had the privilege of speaking at our ward's quarterly Enrichment meeting about service. It was really fun and I enjoyed doing it. The best part is, during the talk I happened to look at a girl who was saying "She's so cute!" to the girl next to her. And shortly thereafter, another girl said, "She's really funny." It's always nice to overhear people saying nice things about you.

So, Eric just finished his first week back to school and I experienced my first September of no school in 17 years. Weird. After having to drop 2 classes the first day of school, Eric came home and sat down with me and worked out an entirely new schedule. Oh and a new major. He's now "Exercise Science" instead of "Exercise and Wellness." Basically, he switched to the harder version of the major that he already was. This will make him more marketable and a better candidate for grad school or whatever he ends up wanting to do.

Anyway, Eric finally got Mario Party to work so I gotta go!

Monday, September 1, 2008

Happy Anniversary to US!!

August 30, 2007-- Eric and I were married!! It feels like yesterday. Everyone told us the first year was the hardest, there is a lot to adjust to, etc, etc... We beg to differ. Here's a list of adjectives that Eric and I came up with to describe our first year together:

non-stop party
spiders everywhere

Bet you can't guess who came up with which adjective. :) But really, I'm so grateful to be married to Eric. He's the cutest, sweetest, and best guy in the whole wide world. That's right, you can all be jealous. :) It's been an absolutely amazing year. One for the record books for sure. It absolutely flew by and I just can't wait to see what the next year will bring!