We were okay to move on but had minimal funds to do so. So we did what any young family would do; moved in with the parents.
I honestly feel that the postpartum depression comes because our lives turn completely upside down. We are no longer who we used to be and that happens in one moment without warning. We feel out of control and weird. It can feel tight and lost and crowded and different inside our minds.
Today at church we had a sweet ten year old girl come up to the pulpit and ask the congregation to sing the first verse of the National Anthem because she loved our beautiful country and loved being an American. I have heard and sang the Star Spangled Banner countless times as I am sure … Continue reading The National Anthem
Two years ago today Tim and I were on our way to St. George for our honeymoon. We checked into our ghetto hotel and decided to attend the St. George Temple. When we were finished and settled into the car, I checked my phone and had what seemed like hundreds of missed calls, voice mails, … Continue reading Two Years Ago Today
We still have baby bottles, but it looks like we won't have much use for the bear spray for now.
We've been presented with a wonderful opportunity we feel would be foolish to pass up.
One of my favorite views is gazing up at the night sky and peering into the vast distance to see stars all around, shimmering in the sky.
Letting go makes room for better things.
Yesterday I went hiking with my friend, Scott, because Hailey and James were gone visiting family in Kentucky. We made out to go and hike Table Mountain, but we took the wrong trail.
I call this traveling anxiety.