I've also been pretty busy. Last weekend, Sean and I got back from a much needed week-long road trip to the Oregon coast with my family. We stayed in a fantastic condo right on the ocean, ate delicious food and got some good rest. Here are a few of photos from the trip:
This is me wearing some rad ammonite earrings while walking on the beach with the hub.
Famous Carr family pose, pointing in directions. Such weirdos ;)
#seaselfie with the hubs. We like walking on the beach.
Sunset. Maybe you can see two blobs on the beach, that's Sean and I.
Close-up of the hand-made ammonite earrings. #prehistoricjewelry
This is the handsome hub-cap totally lovin' crab fishing with my dad.
The sis and I building a rad sandcastle. Meanwhile, Sean was in a fight with the ocean. It was a draw.
The view from our first night's balcony. The Hood River.
Also, Abby Graduated High School!! Congrats-o!
So I would say it was a success!
Other than that, Sean and I have been going to Bountiful a lot and, for father's day weekend, we went up to my Grandpa's and went to the Ogden Art Festival. Such talent! And for father's day, we went up to B-town and made dinner, cleaned the kitchen, and then went out for treats in SLC. We went to Harmon's and got dessert treats and cheeses. Newest Fave Cheese: Wisconsin Butterkase. If you ever get the chance, best cheese.
AND! We finally have a moving day! I've posted before about our difficult living situations, and we finally have plans to move in with my parents at the end of August so we can save money to buy a house! I know living at home will be a struggle sometimes, but thus is life and if it will get us ahead, that's great. And I completely appreciate my parent's generosity in letting us stay with them.
Today is a kind of gloomy-weather day. Something I've been wanting for kind of a while. When it's gorgeous outside, I get restless and we end up spending too much money doing something. Days like this, we usually go grocery shopping or just stay inside and relax.
Anyway, I'm gonna go nap or watch a movie. Thanks for not giving up on me as a blogger.