Sunday, November 30, 2008

Our first MARRIED Thanksgiving

We cheated a little bit. On Thanskgiving Day, my good friend Tiffany invited us over to their house for Turducken and Thanksgiving with friends. We had a great time but on our way home were talking about how much fun it would be to have Thanskgiving at home so we wouldn't miss out on the leftovers. So, Saturday we made Thanksgiving Round #2. It was pretty good but I need to work on my turkey skills. I cooked it for too long. The problem was only compounded by the TERRIBLE loss of our Beavers in the Civil War. That stunk!

Friday, November 28, 2008

So, here I am in blog land! I've been lurking around my friends' blogs for awhile now and thought it only fair that I also share what is going on with us.

It seems like so long ago that Chris and I were in Corvallis working on finishing school! Chris sent me this cartoon in an email at work one day and I loved it so much I saved it. Not like I was really his 'sugar-mama' but we were working so hard and it never seemed like it was going to end. Now we're still working hard, but at least we're done with school! It just reminds me that no matter what you're going through, you'll get through it. Granted, it took us longer than most (hush!) to get married and done with school. But, the truth is, I wouldn't change it for anything. The years that we spent in Corvallis were incredible. I think having all that time to make memories together was exactly what we needed. Now we're ready for whatever is next! I hope you all enjoy following it through this blog. I'm not going to promise to post every day or anything like that, but I'll do my best to keep everyone updated!