Recent Happenings

Thursday, May 19, 2011

As most of you know...WE FINALLY GOT MARRIED! Life hasn't slowed down all that much since being back from our honeymoon and our time in Texas - but it's wonderful nonetheless! 

Cole works 5 days out of the week and I work when I can. I'm working at the Wasatch Park Cafe which is a restaurant at a state park golf course. There's a beautiful view and yummy food so if you're ever in the area come check it out! When the weather is yucky (like today) I don't get to go into work because no one likes to golf when it's snowing. Yes that's right...snowing in May! I guess that happens when you live in the mountains like we do.

Anyways, I just thought I'd post some pics to help you see what all we've been up to lately!

We got sealed for time and all eternity in the Bountiful, Utah Temple on April 29, 2011 and it was AMAZING.



Our first breakfast as a married couple. Untamed Spirit (the picture of the horse) joined us that morning.




Strawberry Hot Springs in Steamboat Springs, CO. So much fun!


We got an hour couples massage right beside the hot springs in this cute little hut - it was awesome!


Really cool rock table that we found! Cole had to test it out. :)



 This was the day we walked all over town in our awesome ponchos. We totally felt like hippies and felt like we fit in with all of the hippies in Steamboat.


 On our way to Texas we ran over a screw and had to have our tire patched. Good thing we were close to Alma, CO where an awesome guy named Frank fixed up Etta's poor little tire for us!







These were the weird carnival rides we passed on our way to Texas - we had quite the adventure to say the least!




And this would be Cole in our room putting the duvet on our comforter. I suggested he turn it inside out the tie the corners, but he just kept on working away!




The transition into married life hasn't really been a tough one at all! I'm trying to be a little more domesticated and learn how to cook yummy things, do laundry, make our bed - you know, those "wifey" things to do. I know I speak for us both when I say that it's a learning and growing time of our lives that we both love and wouldn't trade for anything else in this world. 

Vida es bonita.

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