Category Archives: Marriage

A Sunday morning exchange

Me: Can I still wear my polka dot dress even though I'm not pregnant? Jesse: I don't see why not. I've seen non-pregnant women wearing polka dots plenty. Me: I was wondering if I could wear the dress because it's … Continue reading

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Thirty years

I've had trouble with birthdays the last few years. Every year since I turned twenty-four, it's been harder and harder. The momentum I created of freaking out about birthdays got so bad that I've been referring to this birthday as … Continue reading

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Three years and true measures of love and devotion

As Jesse mentioned previously, we just celebrated our third wedding anniversary. Three years ago, Jesse and I came to the mutual conclusion that what really matters is the marriage and not the wedding so we invited our parents (Tuesday) to … Continue reading

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Even a Non-Drinker and Non-Gambler Can Enjoy Las Vegas

Shauna and I spent the weekend in Las Vegas to celebrate our third anniversary (go us!) and had a blast. We stayed at the Venetian (A++ would stay again), ate at some awesome restaurants and saw these guys: Holy. Crap. … Continue reading

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Some inappropriateness I think my Bishop would approve of…

So on Sunday at the end of Sunday School, Jesse got up to leave (I get to stay because it's in the Relief Society room). The positioning of the chairs doesn't leave a whole lot of room so as he's … Continue reading

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How I deal with my husband leaving town…

Not very well at all, actually. Last time he left on business I pretty much lived in my pajamas (when not at work) and watched TV all the time. Didn't eat… didn't clean up… it was bad. This time, I … Continue reading

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