Tomorrow is the big day.
I mean the big day.
Are you excited?
Because I am.

Life is changing.
It's good.
I'm also changing blogs.

Have no fear though!
The new one is better.
Wanna still follow me?

Go to jandtadventures.blogspot.com.
You'll get to hear about me AND Tyler.
So much better.

The Gobbledygook blog is officially closed...


Taste the Rainbow

March is supposed to be the luckiest month of the year, right? It's supposed to be full of rainbows and pots of gold at the end of those rainbows. It's where you catch leprechaun's and get a wish come true. It's where you watch the Gnomemobile (total old school movie) and Darby O'Gill and the Little People and get pinched if you don' wear green.

This month is going to be lucky. It's also going to be full of a lot of different changes. I started student teaching today. In the 1st grade. And it was awesome. My mentor teacher seems to have the same personality that I do and I am certain that I will learn so much from her, hopefully I can be a sponge and just soak it all in. I also get married in 16 days. That is almost exactly 2 weeks. It makes me happy. Excited. Antsy. And probably every other happy and nervous emotion out there. And you want to know where I'm going on our honeymoon? Me too. T has an extremely amazing weekend trip planned for us, which will remain a surprise until March 19th. I love surprises, I just really hate waiting for them...

That's the update for this month. If you don't hear from me for a while, you'll now know why. My life is crazy and I love it.

Bytheway... T and I will be combining our blogs to a new site in just a couple of weeks.

Excited for the month of March? Yeah, me too.


Precious... My Precious

So I'm not as possessive as a certain Lord of the Rings character, but it is beautiful...

Today I looked down at my finger. My left hand ring finger to be exact. Guess what was on it? A ring! A beautiful sparkling ring. And then it hit me. I'm getting married. It's the big "M" word that I was fine with everyone else saying until I started saying it. It didn't come according to my perfect plan. The one that said I shouldn't have found Tyler until I was 24, graduated, and off of my mission. The one that Tyler interrupted the moment he entered my life. I'm sure Heavenly Father got a good laugh interrupting my life.

I should really be used to introducing Tyler as my fiance by now-but I'm not. I should be used to handing out invites and looking dowan and seeing that my last name is about to change. For heaven's sake, I should be used to a big shiny rock on my finger! But I'm not. When I said, "Yes" (it actually went more like... "What? You're asking now? I mean Yes! Yeah! Of course!") to the love of my life, I decided to never be single again. I promised him my life. I promised him eternity.

That's a lot of promises. A lot of responsibility. But you know what? The biggest decision of my life turned out to be one of the most easy ones of my life. "Yes," came naturally.

I found him, fell in love with him, and now I'm marrying him. Sometimes I think that I'm dreaming and that I'll wake up and it won't be true. But guess what?

The ring says it all. It's proof. The circle means eternity. I'm getting married. 18 days.