Well Thanksgiving has come and gone and I truly do love this time of year. For the third time in a row I participated in Black Friday and ladies, I must say, it has gotten a bad wrap for no reason. I mean yes large crowds and there are a few crazies but you get those on normal shopping days too. For the most part I have seen people be helpful and kind. Telling each other where the best deals are, hanging onto something for you when they saw someone else putting it back. People are genuinely nice and I love it. I got a Bosch and I baked bread for the first time and it turned out wonderfully!
I am so grateful that Nathan and I have both been able to keep our jobs during this rough economy, and we are able to afford our lovely home. I am also grateful for my loving husband who has taken over the dishes and the laundry (seriously he's awesome) because I have felt so overwhelmed with everything on my plate. I know I don't blog and I haven't gotten to see many people lately, so I just want to say thank you! Thank you for being understanding, and thank you for being willing to come to a BYU game so I could see multiple people at once, even if I was so tired that i couldn't hardly visit with anyone. Thank you for understanding that I still love and appreciate all of you even when I can't see you very often at all. I feel like I'm going crazy because we rarely find time for friends and so when we do it's usually a party because we would like to see as many friends as we can at once.
I'm very grateful for my Heavenly Father who continually reminds me of my worth, and for a loving husband who will snuggle with me and let me cry when even I don't know why I'm crying. The past few months have been hard for me, I definitely overbooked and wasn't prepared for what I was up against, but it is starting to ease and I feel life will start to get back to normal. So again until that happens thank you for understanding and for being supportive of me. I really appreciate all of my friends and family. I will eventually figure out my schedule and be able to spend more time with you all.