Wednesday, February 27, 2008
I hit the jackpot this past week and walked out of DI spending $74 for an end table, booster seat, picture, mirror and a brand new king size bedskirt and shams- oh, and a flashlight globe for Easton.
Ahh, the joy that comes from buying someone else's garbage. You know what they say "One man's trash is another man's treasure."
Wednesday, February 20, 2008
2. First thing you said to each other?
I asked him if he always wore a hat because he had a hat on.
Clint and all his roomates had planned a big group date. We went to the Bluebird restaurant for dinner followed by some rollerblading at the local skate rink. I really enjoy rollerblading and so I went around and around the rink, rarely stopping for anything or anyone. It's amazing Clint asked me out again after my marathon rollerblading.
I had always wanted to get married in the Manti LDS Temple ever since I was a little girl. My parents were married there and I had been the in the Manti Pageant as a young girl. Even though the Manti Temple is a bit out of the way, all of our friends and family so graciously made the drive to be a part of our day. My great uncle Paul Dyreng married us in the temple. Afterwards we had a luncheon at the Horseshoe Mountain Restaurant in Mt. Pleasant and then headed back up to Utah County for our wedding reception at the Alpine Arts Center.
8. Where did you go on your honeymoon?
Clint whisked me off to magical........Denver! We went shopping, to Six Flags, the temple and of course The Cheesecake Factory. I tag: Holly Hutchings, Emily Walker, Heidi Budge, Colleen Fluckiger and Natilie Thompson.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Valentine's Day would not be complete without yummy sugar cookies.
I could not have made these cookies without the help of my great assistant Easton. He was by my side throughout the whole process and ate more icing then I thought humanly possible for a 1 year old.
What is this little hand I see reaching for cookies?
Oh, it's a very upset Easton because he could not reach the cookies. Don't worry- he didn't want the cookies, he just wanted to eat the icing off the top.
Wednesday, February 6, 2008
Ever since I quit working at Close To My Heart in October I have not touched my paper crafting supplies. I was burned out from always doing my work assignments and never wanted to craft my own creations. However, the itch to craft has returned and I've been whipping up a storm of cards. Now if I can just get motivated to tackle Easton's scrapbook.