Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Happy Anniversary!

It's been 3 years since Jeremy and I said, "I do" and what a trip it's been!

I am so thankful that Jeremy and I found each other and that we get to go through life together.

We've had so much fun over the last three years and I know it will only get better. It's not always an easy journey, but it's always worth it.

"I have found the one whom my soul loves." Song of Solomon 3:4

So very true.

Happy Anniversary, Jeremy!

Friday, August 26, 2011

Jeremy and I took a little vacay to Key West back in July. Here's a little photo recap.

While we were there we....

Saw some beautiful sunsets,

Posed for pictures in front of said sunsets,

Did lots of touristy things, like pose with a giant buoy,

Took our picture at mile marker zero,

Saw some six-toed cats at the Hemingway House,

Hung out with family,

Posed for ridiculous pictures,

Took these little kayaks out in the OCEAN,

Ate ice cream every night (what? It's vacation!),

Ate lots and lots of fresh seafood and tons of peel and eat shrimp and overall had the best time ever. We also snorkeld, shopped, rode jet skis, laid out by the pool, and ate some more.

Did I mention we ate?

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Sweet Home...

I've been wanting to post something about the horrible storms that went through the south a few weeks back, but words have escaped me. The people that were affected weigh heavy on my mind and heart everyday. My friend Katie posted
this the day after the tornado hit.

Alabama was my home from 1997 until 2010 and more specifically Tuscaloosa was home to me for the past three years. Jeremy grew up in Tuscaloosa and it's been so difficult for him to see places once so familiar, now unrecognizable.

"Rejoice ALWAYS; pray CONTINUOUSLY; in EVERYTHING give thanks. For this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus." I Thessalonians 5:16-18.

Sunday, January 30, 2011


I knew I would love it, I just didn't know how MUCH I would love it!
Mom, Molly and I took a long weekend trip to Chicago this week and it was fantastic. Yes, we went during one of the coldest times of the year and it was great! Chicago is by far the largest city I've ever visited (does that make me sound bumpkin-ish?) and it was such fun!
We saw all the sights we could in our three days there: Magnificent Mile, Millennium Park, Art Institute, Sears Tower, Garrett Popcorn (yes, please!), Giordano's Pizza (double yes, please!) and lots more. We walked, a lot and rode every possible mode of transit they offer in Chicago - it was great! Here are a few pictures from the trip.

Map break!

The Chicago River - right next to our hotel!

Big city snow!

No game, of course, but we had to take the "L" out to Wrigley Field to see it.

Pier Park

On the Skydeck at the Sears Tower. It's called Willis Tower now, but it will always be the Sears Tower to me.

The Art Institute of Chicago - the whole time we were in there all I could think of was "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."

Millennium Park

Riding on The "L"

A Day Late and a Dollar Short

When is it officially too late to wish someone, "Happy New Year?" I hope that January 30 is not too late, because here it is! Happy New Year to everyone from Jeremy and me. Here's a picture of us in front of our new house. Apparently on one of the few very sunny days we've had here in Tennessee lately.
We've been busy with things around the house and hopefully more pictures of that will come soon.
For now, Happy New Year! Hope 2011 is wonderful for you!