So... Yes, I am a Twilight fan and went out and bought New Moon yesterday. I watched it last night with Brad and then decided to watch it again today. While I was watching some of it, Bella came in and started watching it with me. She instantly fell in love with Edward and got very sad when he left Bella. She asked me... "Mom, are they ever going to fall in love again?" And then she said "Oh Edward, why did you break Bella's heart." She really got into it and loved the werewolves. It was fun to watch that show with her. I know she is a little young, but I did fast forward through the yucky parts. I just loved that she loves "gushy love shows" like I do.
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
It has been 9 years on St. Patrick's Day that we have been married.
Check out all of the cool stuff we've done.
Year 1- Brad worked for Flare construction and I worked for State Farm Insurance. Toward the end of year 1... we moved to Rock Springs so Brad could go to school and I worked for State Farm in Rock Springs.
Year 2- Brad started work with Sherwin Williams and we fixed up our little trailer... new carpet, new kitchen, new bathroom, and lots of paint. (Brad was also promoted to store asst. manager after 4 months of working there.)
Year 3- Sally started work at Bob Elmer Insurance. We bought our house that we live in now and we got our lab, Kallie.
Year 4- This is a big year... Isabella was born. Brad was promoted to Store Manager of Sherwin Williams and Sally quit her job to be at home with Bella.
Year 5- Trip to Maui! What a great time. The rest is kind of a blurrrrr. Lots of house projects, including major remodeling of our bedroom, kitchen, and living room.
Year 6- Ivy was born!!! Life was really a blurrrr....
Year 7- Trip to the Bahamas in April and family cruise to Mexico in December.
Year 8- Hunting, Hunting and more Hunting... that's what I can remember the most for the past few years... (and Ike)
Year 9- Wish list: Basement finished, yard finished, and lots of love and laughs.
It has been a roller coaster of emotions these past nine years, but I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. Love ya, Brad!