Whirlwind of 2014

Monday, January 6, 2014


This has been a whirlwind first few days of 2014! I'm sorry for the lack of reading and commenting, y'all... last week consisted of 28 hours on the road. It was crazy. But that is a good kind of crazy. I want to share some of the highlights with y'all.

We went apartment hunting!!! I'm super excited about that. I'm probably going to do a rundown of our top 4 choices of apartments because I love them so much.

John and I celebrated New Years Eve by hanging out at his uncles house and playing some games. We had a lot of fun unfortunately we didn't actually stay there until the new year, we went back to his house and set off fireworks! BUT I still got my midnight kiss!



I also went hunting for the first time! I found it pretty boring and actually took a nap while we were "hunting" but some of the people we went with actually did kill a deer. So I guess that was pretty exciting. I might try it again but I'm not sure it's for me exactly...

Jake and I dressed up to go hunting for the first time

John and I after coming back from hunting

Friday was kind of a lazy day but we were slightly productive as far as paperwork goes. John had to go over to the Navy base to get some paperwork signed so I suppose it wasn't a complete wasted day. I also found my new favorite salad from Panera, the spinach power salad and my new second favorite soup, creamy tomato, because broccoli and cheddar will always be my favorite!

I'm looking forward to getting back into blogging and everything wonderful about the new year.




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3 comments:

  1. I dream of Panera's broccoli and cheddar soup! I'm excited to see the apartments you found. I like to look online for fun...even though we won't know where we're going next for at least another year.

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  2. I'm so glad you got to spend so much time together!

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  3. Cuuuute! I can't wait for you two to be married so you can have a million and one adventures like this with each other :)

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