Friday, November 27, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
1. Go Skydiving 2. Learn how to sew and actually make things 3. Become a better cook and try 100 new recipes 4. Make a loaf of a bread from scratch 5. Ride a gondola in Venice, Italy 6. See the Sistine Chapel 7. Become a mother 8. Become a grandmother 9. Hike the Narrows in two days 10. Host Thanksgiving Dinner 11. Ride an Elephant 12. Obtain a year supply of food 13. Spend more time to get to know my In Laws better 14. Receive my Bachelors Degree in Speech Therapy 15. See the Eiffel Tower 16. Work on my Genealogy 17. Serve a mission with Mr. Conover 18. Send my sons on Missions 19. Spoil my nieces and nephews 20. Swim with dolphins...again :) 21. Grow a garden 22. Stay physically fit 23. Celebrate my 50th wedding anniversary 24. Travel to Jerusalem 25. Go on a walk in Central Park holding Greg's hand 26. Serve in Zambia, Africa 27. Visit all 7 continents 28. Become a Photographer 29. Develop a new talent every year 30. Go on a service vacation 31. Receive my Masters 32. Work in the temple 33. See the Egyptian Pyramids 34. Go rock climbing 35. Start a College fund for our children 36. Tell Greg I love him everyday and show it. 37. Complete a half Iron Man 38. Take dance lessons with Greg 39. Stay out of debt (only for a house) 40. Pay off our student loans 41. Attend all my children's sealings 42. Teach Greg how to Snowboard 43. Learn to speak Spanish 44. Own a beach house 45. Make a quilt 46. Keep in touch with all our friends and family 47. Never talk bad about people or gossip 48. Stick up for my friends 49. Make my own Christmas cards every year 50. Learn how to ride a motorcycle 51. Make a book of our pictures every year 52. Go on a cruise 53. Have family home evening every week 54. Never suppress a generous thought 55. Share the Gospel with all my friends 56. Attend the temple once a month 57. Share my testimony of the Gospel often 58. Do more crafts 59. See the Broadway show Wicked 60. Sleep under the stars 61. Go on a date with Greg once a week 62. Own a Samoyed puppy 63. Take Greg back to see my old stomping grounds in Alaska 64. Own a House
Thursday, November 19, 2009
My Asu experince is almost over. One more assignement, five more days of class and two A's accomplished, (cross your fingers the final goes well). It has gone by so fast. I have loved it. It was fun to experience a different school and to realize there are amazing people everywhere. I have made a few good friends and I'm so glad I did. Nothing can compare to my school buddies in Provo though, but they were good substitutes :). Miss you Janna and Mal!!
After ASU gets out I plan on signing up for two online classes, the ones I have been dreading to take, Biology and English and I'll be done!!! I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. To be honest though I'll probably still work with my uncle and not do anything with my degree, but at least I got it. Its is my backup and one day I'll get my masters or PHD, but for now I think the next step is thinking about kids, saving up money, spending more time with my hubby, traveling the world and pursuing my dreams.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Greg and I went to stake conference today and one of the ladies talks really hit me. It was about supporting the priesthood and our husbands. I felt like it was totally geared towards me and how this week I really needed to stop being so selfish. Looking back on this week I should have been more understanding and grateful that Greg is so diligent in fulfilling his calling and that he is such a hard worker. I should have been more grateful for the time we did have because I know there are tons more women out there who see their husbands less than me.
I started thinking about Marjorie Hinckley, about all the things that I have read about her. She was such an AMAZING women. She truly is a great example to me of honoring and supporting the priesthood, of being an amazing mother, being patient and christlike. I hope to be even a tiny bit like her....and as cute :)
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Thursday we finally saw the Phantom of the Opera with our great friends Tim and Mallory (Mal Pal). We had an awesome time. We even saw santa ..... :) I was so tempted to go sit on his lap and tell him what to bring me, but Greg wouldn't let me :) I probably could have gotten a better picture too. I was lucky to even get this one, the usher started walking towards me to tell me to put it away, hehe.