Here's what was left at the end of the evening. So much pie!!!
Thanksgiving weekend we traveled a lot visiting family all over the place. The day after the holiday, Nate's group of friends from high school had planned a get together in Preston. So we had a mini-reunion with spouses. It was pretty fun to watch old videos and hear funny stories. Nate had a good time reuniting with people he hadn't visited with for a long time.The crew-plus spouses, minus mine (he's taking the pic).
Look at my cute front door and stairs! That's my favorite part.
I think it was a good team building, marriage strengthening activity! He still loves me.
This semester has been really tough on the both of us; Nate because it was his second to last semester in the master's program and his classes were jsut downright hard and time consuming, and tough on me cause I didn't have a husband! He survived, and did so well! He got all A's this semester, and I was just so proud I could cry! I suppose the awful semester was worth it, he worked so hard. The weekend after his finals, Nate left me again for a few days while he flew out to California for a job interview. He absolutely loves the job (building and testing weapons, figuring out how to make stuff blow up better-every boy's dream), but isn't completely convinced on the living. THe company is called NAVAIR and the town is called China Lake. It's in the middle of the Mohave Desert, right next to Death Valley. Sounds lovely, eh? His main concern is that he thinks he would melt in the summer. We'll see, I guess. It's not something we have to think about for a little while, and there are a lot of other options.Nate would like to share what he looked at for 9 hours:
The LA Airport
Well, I wanted to post before Christmas because I'm sure I will have a big post after this week! We are so excited to spend so much time together and with our families for the next week. MERRY CHRISTMAS ALL!