I'm ending my famine of non-blogging. I can't really say why I stopped but it's time that I pick it up again, and there is so much to share!
I'm married now to my hubby and we both work. I'm an optometrists assistant and it's very fast-paced. He is a framer working towards being a carpenter. We were married Oct. 14 and have just passed our one month mark of being together so the future is promising!
I love Curtis for many reasons, one of them being his sense of humour. I have laughed so much this past couple of weeks and it's nice especially with so much going on in the world.
Our lives aren't perfect but it's pretty enjoyable. I am starting to get into the rhythm of how things are and how to live with a companion ( of your choice) 24/7.
Our highlights have been getting brand new couches for our home and receiving church callings. Curtis is a ward missionary and has changed the name of his Ward missionary leader in his phone to " Judgment Day". I'm the secretary to Young Women's Presidency ( that's helping girls ages 12-18) and I received a necklace and chapstick as a welcome gift so things are looking pretty good. This means we'll both be teaching on Sunday's instead of being passive participants so that's fun. But honestly, I like teaching since it allows me to understand the material better and get everyone involved.
On another note, I cut my hair! Sorry for the shock. But I've been wanting to do that for a long time now. It feels very free and it's a breeze to do. I showed Curtis all the different styles of my hair as it grows out and he has a name for each one starting with " Jamaican women" to " disco-dancer". It's pretty funny. I don't know if I'll let it grow out or keep it short yet, but definitely, variety is my thing.
As I type, I'm watching deer outside my back door. There is a male and female deer and they are enjoying the winter snow. I enjoy it too, from inside my warm, cozy, home. The temperature has been a bit radical lately so we deal with it as it comes. The best feeling is coming home and being safe and sound.
We're making plans as they come, so no news for now. I can't believe it's almost Christmas (December equals Christmas in my mind) and so Monday we are putting up the Christmas tree at my incessant request. It's going to be wonderful!
Love you all,