October 31, 2010


Happy Halloween to everyone out there!  We had a great time until Jeremy got sick :(  but now we are enjoying some quality time together with the TV!  On to happy times:

Jeremy and I dressed up.  Jeremy was the invisible man before technology.  He wore his camo outfit he found for $10 at a garage sale in Tremonton.  I know that was a great deal!  I went as a rocker.  Vickie and Michelle (mother-in-law and sister-in-law) helped me put all of my long hair into a mohawk.  Yes, its my real hair.  (Jenne Talbot (good friend) asked that questions several times) 

This is a close up of me. 

This is a close up of Jeremy.

We stopped by my parents house before going to a party with our friends.  My sister (above) Jaynanne couldn't decide what to be.  Mollie was a devil and Oskar was big foot.  

We went to a fantastic party with our friends.  We ate chili, pudding cups, and carved pumpkins.  It was a blast.  Above is our friends Sam and Jenne Talbot.  Below is our other friends Matt and Jen Johnson with their baby girl, Claire.   

All in all, our holiday was great!  I hope everyone had a good day.  Like I said before, Jeremy woke up the next day not feeling so good, so we are just relaxing and enjoying Amazing Race! 

Love ya!

October 25, 2010

Lost and Found

Such an eventful day!  But the stories are for later.  I was going through my old pictures and I found these....

Don't ask me what I was thinking...these are from a year and half ago and I don't remember it at all!

Love ya!

October 24, 2010


Living on a farm gets you so dirty.  Last night, I fed the animals in the rain and I got filthy. 
These are my brand new boots that I haven't really worn and my jeans that I haven't worn since last winter.  By the way, I still fit into them barely!!  Yay!  The reason for the mess, included my lack of strength to lift the bales of hay, the literally knee high mud pits I kept finding myself in, and chasing a loose dog all over the yard!  For any of you that don't lift bales of hay on a regular basis, they are stinkin' heavy.  Towards the end of feeding, Vickie (mom-in-law), came out to help me finish.  I was gasping for air and she thought I was going to die!  Like I usually say, I'm suprisingly weak.

Since we've gotten a ton of rain lately, there are mud pits all over the farm.  I had the chance of stepping in a few and almost sitting in one because even though its raining, all of the water barrels were empty (go figure).  I was lucky enough to be the one to drag the hose around and fill the barrels up.  The hose happened to catch on the corner of some weird metal looking thing with lots of angles that I don't know the name of.  I pulled and pulled and pulled but nothing happened.  So instead of walking over and just unhooking the hose, I stood 6 feet away from the barrel and tried to get the water to go in.  I soon realized my stupidity when my pants were covered in water, I almost sat in a mud pit, and I thought the horses were laughing at me.  There is nothing worse than getting laughed at by a horse.  Eventually, I unhooked the hose and went about my business like I knew what I was doing. 

This is the dog that got loose and she did it very smartly.  I was minding my own business trying to get a bale of hay that probably weighed 1 ton (it didn't, but it felt like it) and all the animals were making noises because they were hungry.  I was all by myself so I kept talking to the animals like they were people (embarrassing) and Daisy (dog pictured above) started to wimper and bark.  I was ignoring her because I thought she was just hungry like the rest of the animals.  I finally looked over and she had managed to jump so high that her chain got stuck on top of the fence next to her.  She was literally on her tip toes trying to survive.  I dropped my bale (which I had to pick up later) and ran over to help her.  The only way I could get the chain untangled was by undoing the clip around her collar.  I think this was her plan all along, because as soon as I unclipped her, she bolted.  She ran like her life depended on it.  I, of course, ran after her through mud piles, hay, and eventually the back and front lawns.  Finally I coaxed to come to me using my sweet voice after yelling for a while.  She thought I was going to rub her belly or something, because she came right to me.  Hahahaha (maniacal laughter).  I got her put away, and everything back in order.  I have to say, I rock!
Love ya!

October 23, 2010


The past few months, I've contemplated about starting a blog.  With life moving so fast, I decided I need a place where I can just be myself.  This blog isn't for anybody in particular so just enjoy. 

I guess I need to introduce key players in my life. 

First, there is me!  I am beautiful, strong, a little overweight, tired, and hopelessly in love.
 (This picture is from Natalie Redd Photography)
Second, there is my husband, Jeremy!  He is handsome, sexy, and incredible.  He is my rock in life. 
Finally, we have a small addition to our family.  His name is Rocky and he is crazy cute.
That is my family and key players in life!  I don't think we could get any cuter! 

So, just a quick intro, Jeremy and I have been married for 8 months and we have been together for almost 3 years.  Life hasn't stopped since I met the man of my dreams.  We are constantly on the go enjoying everything around us.  We love being together and doing things outside.  Our goal in life is to have a ranch in the mountains where we can be outdoors and loving everything we do.  Right now, Jeremy has his own business, JB Artwork, and he works at Pepsi as a merchandiser (stocks the stores with Pepsi product).  His business will be the only business I advertise for.  So look at his website, jbengraving.com.  He is so talented at what he does.  If you want anything in particular, just ask and more than likely he can do it for you.  I am currently working for Zion Securities Company as an Administrative Assistant (property management).  I am also finishing up school!  I am a History major and I am getting a teaching certificate.  I will be student teaching in the spring and graduating in April.  I can't wait!

I hope that introduces us enough.  If you have any questions, feel free to ask! 

Love ya!