Kissed Kyle in the middle of Times Square in New York City while spending a week long stay there.
Kyle was accepted into the Honors College at the University of Central Arkansas and became the recipient of a scholarship which covers all of his tuition, fees, books, a meal plan, and student housing.
A new job for Kyle meant that I was able to take a break from teaching to focus on being a wife and a future mother.
Many weekends spent at my parents house in the country where the sky is darker and the stars seem brighter.
I started this blog as a summer project.
Learned how to cook delicious meals safe to eat for a husband who is allergic to soy, dairy, bananas, several types of fruit, and numerous other things.
Honed in on skills I didn't know I had when I took our monthly budget and cut it in half.
Cut our grocery budget down to $50.00 a week, and that's including breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a little bit of food storage.
Enjoyed the company and rich friendship of wonderful extraordinary people.
Celebrated 2 years of blissful marriage with my sweetheart at Big Cedar Lodge.
Enjoyed the company of Kyle's parents when they came to visit in the Fall.
Attended and hosted a few special Craft Night events with the girls.
Attended the Temple with Kyle at least half a dozen times.
Had many absolutely beautiful, perfectly clear answers to prayer from my Heavenly Father.
Ate Indian food for the first time.
Spent a summer in Arkansas at home instead of moving across the country so Kyle could sell home security.
Completed a maternity leave for a Special Education teacher and learned more from the kids than they learned from me.
Made many new friends.
Had a full heart.
Was blessed beyond words.
I wonder what 2012 has in store for me.