I'm alive!!! It has been a while since I've had some spare time to communicate with friends. But I am back...well at least for a week, then on to summer classes. Incredibly enough there is actually not much to say. I went back to school with plans of graduating in December of 2010. In order to achieve my goal I had to take 18 credits in the spring, 6 in the summer and 15 in the fall (YEP, what was I smoking?) At the moment I am pleased to announce that I just got done with the hardest, longest semester of my educational career. I must add that Kody has been an amazing support and my full time encouragement couch. Thank you honey for putting up with me. Also thanks to my amazing friends Jamie and Tersa, without your support, I don't think I could have done it. So thank you all for your patience, time and, most of all, for not letting me give up. No tears please.
That being said I'll add some of the things that I am looking forward to this summer:
Sleep: I have a lot of sleep to get caught up on. Realistically thinking it won't happen.
Smiling: this semester didn't allow much of it. :)
Time with Kody: I missed him.
27th birthday: Trying to embrace it. Realizing there is no going back. Happy to have friends and family to make it a good one.
Work out: Jamie and I are going to exercise. I am sooo out of shape.
Jewelry making: My friend Renee has been teaching me and I really enjoy it. I like pretending that I'm creative.
Time in the park: finally weather will be beautiful and can go out with the kids.
Read a book: One that actually interests me.
Garage Sales!!!: my favorite :D, I love going through people's junk. Always great deals and something to look forward to every week. Plus Laramie has the best ones.
Eclipse:official girls night out.
Boise trip: Fun, Family and friends. I truly enjoy Boise in the summer. Hope we can get there permanently.
Anniversary: 7 years! Really, that's it?
Puerto Rico: Grandma paid for our tickets as my Mothers Day, birthday and Christmas gift. ( I guess that works) I really want to see my family.
Any more ideas?