I'm On Board

Ya know, with the Valentines Day post.

I love Valentines Day. I don't know why people always have to be so cynical about it. Even if you're not with someone at the moment. It's just a happy day!

My love for Valentines Day started early in Elementary school. When you made awesome mailboxes out of shoe boxes and decorated them all pretty. Then you got go buy awesome cards at the store and send one to everyone. I loved going around on V-day putting all of the cards in the mailboxes. It was like delivering presents at Christmas, I loved it!

Now you can imagine my shock and hurt when I told Alex about this love, and he told me he hated it cause he didn't get any cards! What?! WHAT?! Seriously what school did this kid go to?! The teachers are supposed to make list so everyone gets one! Made me sad :(

But anyway on to this


I'll cut the sap short, but I have to say, I hate to be cliche but really I'm so happy I married my best friend. I loves him so much :)

Also. Happy Birthday to the best state in union. ARIZONA!! 99 Years! Next year will be the big 100! Party! I love me some Arizona!


Everything happens for a reason.

When I first got back from Korea I was really wondering if we had made the right decision about me coming back.
I think after this week I'm finally convinced that it was, and that everything does happen for a reason.

This last week my sister moved back home and got a job as a nanny. She started work on Tuesday. The people she nannys for are both vets. They have a few hospitals around the valley. Wednesday Tanna was mentioned me and how I'm going to school to be a vet tech, and instantly he boss was like oh really!? Well we are always looking to hire at the clinic! So I got in touch with her and Friday I had an interview and I got the job!!!

That's right I got my dream job! The job I'm actually going to school for! Turns out he said, that they like hiring people who don't go to school, because they can train then their way, and because someone can have all the learning they need, but nothing compares to on the job training and real life experience. So I am going to be trained to be a vet tech!
I can't even begin to describe how excited I am!


I get to wear scubs to work! Yay!

This is really going to be so good for US! Not only will I get the training I need to work as a vet tech. But I'm also going to be making good money. And the fact that I'm staying with my parents, so we're not paying any rent anyways! We'll be saving a ton of money for our future I'm so glad!

Don't get me wrong, not being with my husband still sucks like crap. Like for real.
But I'm really grateful we have for the opportunity to save money. And I'm so glad we'll be able to take our big vacation when he comes back in June! I'm so excited! I miss he so much!
It's also gonna be a lot busy to keep my mind off the time because of how busy I'll be. I'm going to school full time and will be working full time, and fill what spare time I have with gym friends and family


A few things to take note of

I've really been loving Amazon lately. I got myself this lot on there about a week ago. It's been happy Nintendo playing as of late. And the best thing, all of this cost about the same as 2 of Alex's games that he plays. Talk about more for your buck. Oh and Super Nintendo is just better anyway.


To all the ladies on Facebook who are have poor pity parties cause their husband has to work over the weekend, or go out of town, and they "just miss them so much". Stop. Seriously, stop. As Brenan from Step Brothers would say, "You're just sounding stupid".

I have officially been here 2 weeks as of yesterday. Really? Reallly? How the crap is time going by this slow?! I don't understand! Ahhh!! Time needs to speed up, like ASAP!

I finally start school this Monday. Should be good times. Except it's been so long since I've been in school I'm nervous I won't know what to do at all. Ha, now that I typed that out it seems like quite the irrational fear. We'll see.

And that is all. Have a good weekend everyone


Happy Hump Day

What do you do when the thermometer reads this?

Go on a nice hike with your dogs to the wind caves of course.



I met a lovely couple of Canadians on the way up and we spent the whole way down talking. It was a good time indeed.

Great hike that left me with a couple tired and happy dogs in the back of my jeep.