Seeing as Christmas was almost an entire month ago, I get that i'm a little late sharing.. BUT... just to let you all know, we had a WONDERFUL Christmas.
I've heard a lot about everyones "first" Christmas with their spouse, because lets be honest, everyone and their sister got married in 2011 (woot, woot). And I understand it gets a little old hearing about the "newlyweds." So, for sanities sake, I'll pretend Steve and I have been married for... lets say 2 years.
We stayed in Cedar City with the Warby side this year and enjoyed every second. I'm sure many of you have heard of Just Dance 3 or have probably played it obsessively by now. If not, purchase it, you won't regret it. We spent all day dancing our buns off. I even videoed Steve shimmying.. great black mailing material one day.
We were also extremely spoiled by both sides...Lucky us!
This scentsy is one of my favorite gifts, given to us (mostly me) by my amazing parents. They are truly gems.
Another favorite... MAGNETS! Aren't they wonderful? My sister Haley made them with our wedding pictures. LOVE.
To ring in the new year we went to good ol' Aurora and enjoyed full relaxation with my wonderful family.
hookie- A day in which liberty is taken upon oneself to expclude themself from school or work obligations while, most likely, pretending to be sick or having a death in the family. Usually this time is spent with a significant other or just plain sitting on ones bum all day. Commonly referred to as "playing hookie".
Today was the first day of school. We "played hookie". No school, no work.. ALL day. No we're not sick, and there wasn't a death in the family (thank goodness).We simply wanted to spend the day together. Judge all you want.
We also had a sleep over in our living room on a blow up mattress.
I never thought I would conform to the blogging world. Don't get me wrong, I stalk blogs like crazy and enjoy the blissful mood they put me in, but I never imagined creating one of my own (my own being my husband and I. You know, the whole two become one thing) However, one day as I was faithfully stalking one particular blog, she mentioned how therapeutic her blog had been for her over the last year. I'm not saying I need to see a therapist, but let's be honest, who doesn't need something therapeutic every once in a while? I definitely do. That being said, here we are.
I'm aware that a lot of the reason behind creating a blog is so people will read it and discover that blissful mood I spoke of earlier. And though there is the chance of us having zero readers, I'm okay with it. I'm simply excited to start my therapy and hopefully share with whoever reads this all of the many adventures of me and my better half. If there is a reason to read this blog, he would be it. His name is Steven... just in case you didn't know, and he is the best thing to happen to me since... well.. ever. He's my favorite, entirely.