It's been well over a year since I've posted anything on this blog. Yikes. Obviously I'm not very good at keeping New Year's Resolutions! LOL.
So where is our life now...
We live in Utah. Rob is still pursuing the cookie empire. I am now working part-time at Ross and hoping to get a better position at Adams Elementary. I will know in the next few weeks about that. The girls are adjusting to life in Utah- though we miss CA deeply.
Tonight we were able to go horseback riding!! It was the girl's first time! They LOVED it!!! Now they're begging to move to a farm so that we can have horses! Hahaha!! They will have to wait for that. I'm sure they'll be just fine.
I look forward to them learning more about horses and caring/being responsible for animals. Maybe I can survive another Cache Valley winter. (bleh!!! Not a fan of super cold)
Here is a thought I have been toying with recently (mostly because of the Utah holiday coming up: Pioneer Day):
People that have Pioneer heritage... do they appreciate the sacrifice more than people who don't have that heritage? I don't mean this in any way of greater than, less than. I mean it as- the stories have greater meaning because it's part of your family history. Kind of like descendants of immigrants. Often they have a greater appreciation for the country they immigrated to because of sacrifices that were made by their relative. Random ramblings, I know..... welcome to my random mind.