Friday, March 19, 2010

It's a...

Sugar and spice
and everything nice
that's what little girls are made of

Sunshine and rainbows
and ribbons for hair bows
that's what little girls are made of

Tea parties, laces
and baby doll faces
that's what little girls are made of


Monday, March 15, 2010


Change...  There seems to be a lot of it happening to us lately.  First the baby, and now a new job.  

I was offered an amazing opportunity with in my company to move into a new position.  I was very apprehensive to make the move.  With all the changes that we are already experiencing with the baby and everything I was having a hard time deciding if one more would really be worth it.  It's not necessarily a move up but it is a move on, and it pays a little better.  I had a total and complete melt down early one morning after they offered me the position, poor Kyle.  I had been wanting change for so long, but now that it had finally presented its self right along side with another big change I wasn't so sure.  It was an emotional decision, though in the end  I decided it would be best that I accept it and see where it takes me.

Now I'm not normally one of those mushy spouses that always sings the praises of their significant other in a very public matter.  But Kyle... oh Kyle.  What a wonderful husband he has been.  He has been so supportive and attentive and caring through all of this that I literally don't know what I would have done with out him.  I'm sure I would have just ended up a big pile of slop on the floor unable to function at all for my self.  I love him, every part of him!

I'll keep the updates coming along with all the change. (I'm sure this can't be it)  Wish us Luck.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Family Fun

Kyle and I have just returned from a long weekend trip out to St. George with my Family.  My Mom has been dying to have us all go out there to spend dome family time and she finally convinced us all to go.

We were lucky enough to have my very generous Aunt and Uncle let us use their second home they have in Hurricane for us all to stay in which was way nice.

We started off headed down after work on Thursday.  We managed to hit some rain and snow on our way down which always makes for a nerve racing drive but we made it in one piece.

On Friday we decided that since the weather was supposed to be best we would head out for a hike.  My Mom had found a trail online that was supposed to take to to some petroglyphs.  It ended up being a long hike to what we thought was going to be a disappointing end.  We only saw to glyphs on the hike up but we just assumed that the finale would be at the end of the 3.5 miles.  So we hiked and hiked with not much to look at until we decided that there really wasn't going to be a happy end of the trail.  So we turned around to head back to the truck, on the way we ran into an old man that must hike that trail a bit and he told us where all the glyph's were, which was on a little trail below the rock line that we were hiking above.  So in the end it ended up being a neat thing to see.

On Saturday we took a long truck ride up a dirt road to see a secluded  section of the Grand Canyon just over the AZ boarder.  The drive it's self was nothing to speak of but the view at the end was amazing!  I'm always mind boggled to see these types of things, and it makes me sad to think that the majority of the human civilization has no idea that bits of the world like this exist. 
Some Neat Pools we Found with Swimming "things" in Them
Kyle and I Staring Down the Cliff of the Grand Canyon
This is the Cliff we Were Staring Down

All in all it was a fun trip!  Thanks to Mom and Dad for making it happen!