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Monday, March 18, 2013

March Madness

Life is stressful, let me tell you! The last three months have come and gone faster than you can snap your fingers. We have had a lot of ups and downs since moving to Salt Lake. Mostly ups, but life is a roller coaster moving us along. January held a lot of first times, and February was a little more stable, but March is a little crazy.

January: Josh started school at the U. He had a hard time getting into the swing of things, but he seems to be on the right track now. I on the other hand had a hard time getting into the ebs and flows of my new job. Now don't get me wrong, I love my job, but it is a lot different than my last position.

February: On the 10th Josh and I had been married for a year and a half. I know this doesn't sound like much to you seasoned veterans, but it gave us a reason to celebrate. Four days later was Valentines, which is a holiday we apparently don't celebrate in the Lund household. It was also Holly's birthday and we were grateful that she was able to come down and spend some time with us. The next day was my sister Lindsay's Birthday and because she is 2500 miles away we didn't do a darn thing, but we missed her and celebrated without her anyway.

March: Oh March, the 6th is Josh's birthday. The big 2-4. Seems like nothing, but sneaks up on a girl. I bought Josh a much needed new pair of shoes and the Walking Dead Book 8. He loves them, and if it gets him reading then I'll buy them. Since his birthday fell in the middle of the week we didn't get to do much. I made a cake and we may or may not have eaten the whole thing. The following Saturday was the real celebration. Josh and I went out to dinner with a bunch of friends which is nice because a lot of these people we don't get to see very often. Jordan spent all of spring break at our house which was great, but what do you do with two boys for 9 days? I'll tell you, you feed them... a lot.

To most people this all seems like nothing but to me it was everything. It taught me to stop stressing and let things happen, because there is nothing you can do about it at the end of the day. It also taught me to relax which is something I never do. And, most importantly, it taught me to plan a head because there are too many dang holidays between December and March and not enough time.

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