Thursday, November 11, 2010
Thursday, September 9, 2010
It has been a while since I posted. So to catch things up, I worked a lot this summer, but for the last month, I've worked very little. Next week I'll be back in the Lutherhaven kitchen working a little more than part time. In this quieter time for me, I've been looking for a place for us to live. On October 1st, we'll be moving into a small house very near where we already live. It's on the lake and we are renting from a cute old couple that live in the house next door. After we move, it will be only a few weeks before we are getting married and moving ahead with our life together. Also, today starts five weeks (2 nights a week) of training for me to become a CASA(Court Appointed Special Advocate). It is a great volunteer program where I get to advocate for children who were neglected or abused and make recommendations in court.
Sunday, July 25, 2010
I'm a little behind in announcing the news in the form of a post. I'm not allowed to do anything with pictures on the internet where I live. We got engaged in the middle of June and we've got all the important stuff planned out. He proposed on a rock in a park in Post Falls shortly after we went to look at wedding rings... so it was a surprise. It was still romantic and we went back to camp where we were met with an amazing thunder and lightening show. We're getting married October 23, 2010 at Shoshone Base Camp where I am currently working. It will be fall and beautiful. We don't have a good couple picture yet, but here are pictures we took of each other on the Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes just before the summer.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
I woke up this morning and made myself a carrot cake birthday cake. This is not to negate the work of art (Barbie cake) my mother made me last week. Then I came into town and ran some errands. I got on my bike for the first time in way too long and I sped around town while I waited for my film to get developed. I forgot how fast my bike can move. The stem extension I had put on in November feels good and everything seemed to be in working order. Also, Spring Outdoor Education starts up next week so I will be a little bit busier. Then I'll be working up at Shoshone as the Head Cook for the summer. Enjoy a few of the pictures that turned out.