Monday, October 1, 2012

One year down (plus 2 months), forever to go

So what if this blog post is a little late. Scott and I celebrated our one year anniversary back at the beginning of August. I still can't believe that it has already been a year and we are a couple months past the one year mark.

When we got married everyone said that it would be a big adjustment getting used to being married. For me and Scott it was pretty easy because we NEVER saw each other. You think I'm kidding, but there were weeks that we didn't see each other outside of me saying bye in the morning when I left for work and him waking me up to say he was home from work. I worked from 2am - 10am 5 days a week, and then went straight to school. He went to school and then he worked 2pm - 10pm. Which meant that I was in bed before he got home, and he was asleep when I left for work. Occasionally we got to study in the library together or one of us would have the day off. It all worked out though, we're as happy as can be.

What did we do to celebrate the fact that we reached the 1 year mark?

First we went to dinner at Red Lobster. Normally we go to PF Changs, but not this time. I had lobster for the first time, and it wasn't really what it's all cracked up to be. It was good, but I wouldn't say it was amazing or anything. 

Then we went to Fat Cats for a couple rounds of bowling. (Are they rounds when you are referring to bowling?) 
We even got matching shoes
He creamed me the first game so I didn't feel like it was a picture worthy score. I didn't do so bad the second time... 

Yeah, I got three strikes in the last frame, no big deal. 

Then we went home to enjoy a wonderful bit of this...

Frost bitten wedding cake.

 It didn't look as bad once it was cut. 

Scott kept asking if I was serious that we were each going to eat a bite of a year old cake. It was just one bite, and it actually kept pretty well in the freezer. 

August 6th also just so happened to be my last day of classes at BYU, as well as the first day of my normal 8-5 job. No more waking up at 1 in the morning!
Scott is amazing, and I am so happy to be married to him. He is the most patient person ever (he had to be when I was only getting a few hours of sleep at night). He is thoughtful, funny, always willing to help, smart, motivated, attractive, honest, hardworking, respectful, silly, confident, sexy, understanding, considerate, selfless, kissable, and best of all he is MINE. I love him so much and it has been great being married to him. I look forward to spending forever with him. 

1 comment:

  1. Yay! I have to admit I saw the shoe picture first and thought- they got matching shoes and didn't tell me?!! I love matching!!! Second thought was- hopefully it's just the angle cause those are weird looking shoes. So I was very happy to discover they were bowling shoes ;) lol. I think our cake only lasted 3 months but we ate a lot of it