6 years ago
Thursday, July 2, 2009
So tomorrow is the moving day. We are busy with the family reunion here and are having a great time. But tomorrow is the day we have been waiting for. We are packing up the UHaul in the morning, with all the Prestwich strong men around we should hopefully be leaving by 1 and unpacking that evening too. It will be a crazy day but we are excited to get to our new house. My mom and dad are coming a few days later to help us unpack and paint. We are sad to leave our wonderful friends and ward behind but are excited for this new chapter. Once we get Internet I'll post pics of the house and some updates. It maybe a few weeks so until then just pray that we make it through it!
Aaron and I were in Chadron on Friday signing away our life (our first house). We had to be in Denver the next day for our nieces wedding. So it was an late night and an early morning but so fun. We left early so we could go to the temple before the wedding and had a wonderful time together. The wedding was so sweet and the bride looked beautiful. After the wedding grandma & Marcus met us outside. I hadn't seen him for about 4 days and Aaron almost 2 whole weeks! He was happy to see us and we were so happy to see him. He was so sweet giving all his cousins kisses. It was a wonderful day we had such a great time and are so excited for Jane & Paul.
A few weeks ago Marcus and I went down to Alamosa to visit family. We had a great time seeing all the family again. Marcus had a blast at the sand dunes and playing with grandpa & grandma. Marcus' favorite part was to give "bo" his treats. Marcus love getting dirty and wet out in the back yard (we can't wait to have our own fenced backyard too).
I decided to leave Marcus with grandpa & grandma for another week all by him self so that I could get the packing and cleaning finished up. It was probably harder for me than for him and he had a great time! He went many a times to the park with grandma and also to the alligator farm. Here's the one pic I took the whole mini vacation (he's playing in the dog's water bowl).