So Gary signed the contract on Wednesday and he started work on Thursday. He loves it! He works mornings at the Mendenhal physical therapy clinic in Alpine and when school starts in August he will work afternoons until all the games end at Lone Peak. He is really excited about it and all the experiences he will get to have and learn. I already told him he will need to watch out for those high school girls and he will probably get hit on. He just shook his head at me. We are excited for this great opportunity and I personally look forward to going back to the high school atmosphere and cheering on all the sports I love. Don't worry though, I am still am a Dixie graduate through and through but will be adopting Lone Peak for this year. Anyway, you guys now don't have to be in suspense anymore :)
I know, I know! I didn't even keep my new year's resolution for even a quarter of the year. I wish I had something amazing to tell you all why I've fallen off the face of the blogging world, but I don't. So to recap the last few months....
February- My brother, Blake, gave his farewell speech and entered the MTC.
We found out Gary had passed the BOC (huge blessing) and could search for a "real" job.
I started making a hoodie in sewing class and I now wear it often.
March- Gary and I competed in the only competition in our marriage- NCAA Tournament- I was behind from the start.
We spent lots of time watching basketball- and rooted on BYU and Kansas, unfortunately we didn't get to cheer for them long.
I turned 23. (The age I had planned on getting married, ha)
April- Gary graduated! Woot Woot!
Gary got back his grades in OChem and OChem lab and did a lot better then he ever expected. Hard Work!
He couldn't really celebrate though, he took the MCAT a week after graduation. He states it was the worst test he has ever taken. We find out his scored the beginning of June.
I started Spring Semester- I am taking a Special Topics class in swimwear and knits and Advanced Sewing. I spend half of my days sewing and love it.
Gary was offered 3 jobs. An answer to many prayers.
May- Gary and I celebrated our 3rd year Anniversary. We try to do something romantic every year and this year we went and spent a night in Park City.
Gary accepted a job but the contract isn't signed so I am just going to have to keep you all in suspense for now :)
My brother, Blake, goes to Russia tomorrow, after spending 12 weeks in the MTC. He is so excited and I am excited for him.
And that's about it in a nutshell. I have pictures I will post and funny stories to tell, and hopefully in a few days Gary's employment status to be thrilled about.