First of all, I hate moving because it is so much stinkin' work! We've lived in 3 different apartments in Cedar City, but none of those moves were as hard as this one. Probably because we could just load up the car and take everything to the new place in 5 or 6 carloads. Now I have to consolidate everything to fit into an overpriced moving van. As if moving to another state in a week in a half weren't enough, I have to throw my high school 5 year reunion. I remember when I ran for senior class president and made it that my mom informed me I would be doing reunions for the rest of my life. I remember saying, "It's okay mom, I love parties!" What was wrong with me? This is such a hassle and I don't feel ready. Now I'm having some personal health problems that are just getting in the way of my crazy life. I found out I have an 8 cm ovarian cyst and that I had an early miscarriage. I don't have time for this!!! This is a little bit of a complaining post, but I really am so extremely blessed to have the help I do. I'm grateful for the priesthood in my home and that I have a worthy husband who can give me blessings. I'm grateful for my family and my in-laws who are always looking out for me and doing little acts of service. I'm grateful for friends who let me escape and have a fun filled with them (thanks Meg!). I really have been blessed more than I deserve. So the pains and trials compound, but so do the blessings. I think they come in packages and are meant to open our eyes to all that is wonderful in this life. Thank you all for your prayers and friendship. You will be missed!
Our little family is currently living in California, as Kevin has been attending pharmacy school here. He just graduated in June and we are on the job hunt! It's exciting and scary all at the same time. We have three children, Kassidy is 6, Korbin is 2, and McKinley is 9 months. We're missing family and friends, but making new ones and we love it! We love life and hope to catch up with friends, old and new, through our blog :)