Sunday, December 09, 2007

More About us...Through Pictures

We were married December 22nd, 2004.

We were sealed in the Cardston, Alberta temple on December 22nd, 2005.

We lived in a horrible little town called Rexburg, Idaho until Jon graduated from BYU-I sometime in August of 2006, and then it was off to.....

Tucson, Arizona!

Jon got a job at a surgical equipment company. I'm sure this picture doesn't need much explaining, just make sure you don't miss what's on the LCD display.

Since he's off traveling so much, we got a dog to keep me company. Her name is Penny and she's great.

These are my sisters, Corinne (on the left) and Annie (on the right).

This is my family, everyone except my brother Jake who couldn't make it down from Alaska. We call my grandparents "Sweetie" and "Poppie", and we call my dad "The General". Really he's a colonel, but The General sounds better.

And this is the other side of the family, the one I married into. Sorry guys, this is the only picture I had. Plus, it's the best picture EVER.

These are some cupcakes I attempted to make from scratch. I used to blame it on the oven, but I think it's me. I'm probably the least domestic wife on the planet.

And THESE are some false teeth, lying in front of a Lazy Boy chair in middle of the mall in Idaho Falls. Luckily I had my camera on me to take a little snapshot!! Ew.

And that's us in a nutshell. I had about thirty other pictures I wanted to throw on here, but I thought I'd keep it relevant and concise for the time being.


  1. I'm reading your blog, starting from the beginning. I don't know if I have neighbors or not (I'm too shy to "make the rounds"), so I'm sitting here trying not to laugh out loud (I don't want to be rude!) and I literally sound like I have some sort of severe lung injury because I just kind of sniff and gasp for breath.
    The first picture of you is so pretty - I didn't notice the glitter in your hair until it was in black and white. You definitely need to put up more pictures of your wedding.

    The false teeth has to be the grossest thing I've ever seen, and also the saddest. How can you lose your orthodontia in a setting like that? I mean.....I can understand accidentally throwing away retainers, or even losing your dentures at home, but HOW CAN YOU LOSE HALF OF YOUR TEETH IN A STORE?!

  2. best post EVER. i'm stalking you. clearly.

  3. Actually, I can't think of anything MORE relevant than the false teeth picture. Well done.