Sunday, January 22, 2012

The formal living room.

Whit and Mom, here's what I did with all the stuff you gave me. Thanks! (I'll be posting images of the other rooms: drawing room, butler pantry and master bathroom as soon as those rooms are finished. I think I'm going to knock some things down to make room for a Grecian Temple.)
Here's a funny picture of Asher. :) Happy January!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Ogden Town

We've been married two weeks now. It's been a whirlwind of activity! My life is changing changing changing in a major way. Here are some pictures of the changes. Pictured above is our house.
Change no. One: I live with a man in an old shabby house (needs more "chic", as my Mom would say). 

 Change no. Two: I am a dog owner. This is Bender. While he is not a pit-bull, he is related to that breed. Thankfully, he is not aggressive towards women. It was difficult for me to allow Geoff to put a kennel in the back of my pristine Rav4 to take Bender to the vet (never had pet germs in it before), but that is what happens when you marry into pet-ownership.
 Change no. Three: I am an instant mother. I have two little munchkins that show up one day a week and every other weekend. We had Geoffrey's son, and his son's sister this weekend. They enjoyed playing on ratty couch we pulled out of our house and onto the curb. We also enjoyed a little family hike out in the sunshine and through the snow that led to a shady stone wall.

Lastly, I think this picture illustrates well some of the new and exciting changes in my life: breakfast dishes of more than just me, someone who lets me put my feet on them,  and a little boy wearing nothing but briefs. Let us remember what Benjamin Franklin says, "When you're finished changing, you're finished."

Saturday, January 7, 2012

December 31st, 2011

 Geoffrey King and I decided to follow our hearts and marry each other on the very last day of the year! We were married at 10:30am in Liberty Park, Salt Lake City Utah on a cold and blustery day. The Rev. Sharon Vollett officiated at the ceremony. Geoffrey's son, Asher came, as well as Geoffrey's mother, grandmother, and Asher's six-year-old sister, Annika.
 the Reverend


We are now settling into our little house in Ogden, hope your new year is full of good things!