Saturday, May 28, 2011

Dear Future Husband.......

So in young women’s we made a time capsule. I was 13 and I wasn’t allowed to open it until I was 19. It was really funny. I just randomly found it in an old backpack I was getting rid of. In it was a letter, In which I was writing to my future husband, kinda to see what I liked in a guy…. And what I got haha. It was so hard to figure out what I was saying becasue my spelling was SOOOO bad haha.

Dear future husband,

Thank you for always being my best friend, and not being dumb like all the girls that pretend to care about me. You are so cute and handsome; I don’t know what I would do without you. Thank you for giving me the most amazing children ever! Thank you for getting an education that allows you to support us as a family. Thank you for always being an example of what the savior is. I know that you are a worthy priesthood holder. So thank you. Thank you for protecting our home from the sins of the world. Thank you for supporting me in my dreams and education. I know im not always easy to get along with, and that im stubborn, but thanks. Thanks for taking me to the temple. I know my dad would of killed me if we got married in a church. Im glad that we are sealed for eternity. We will be with each other and our children forever. Thank you for taking the family camping, I know it helped us a lot. Thanks for putting up with the animals, and helping out around the house. Thanks for showing our children what hard work was, and how to be honest. Thank you for being with me in this life, and the life to come.

Love your eternal companion,


Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Awww Logan....

So, this year has been pretty crazy! I made a list of things I wanted to do before I came to USU.
1. Wind caves
2. Go to temple every week
3. Clean the sink
4. Take a lot of institute
5. Go on dates

Wel... I completed # 3 and 4! hahaha. Never went to the wind caves =( The temple fills up after having the line open for 30 min. Annnddd... for some reason I was way better at getting asked out in high school. I went on more date with boys from BYU-I than I did at USU haha. I did however clean the sink with some amazing girls, and I look a bunch of institute classes! Iv been really blessed this year and have learned a ton. Not that sad to leave, It will just be weird. Logan is now my home, my place.