First of all, no- not pregnant or having a baby right now. Had to get that off my chest cause several people have been asking! Don't worry- we will for sure share that kind of happy news once we get to that point :)
ANYWAYS. Our big news that I posted about on instagram (HERE) a couple of weeks ago is that we are headed to Copenhagen, Denmark! I'm seriously freaking out still. Skylor was accepted to the University of Copenhagen where he will pursue a Master's Degree in Geoscience. Freaking smarty pants haha.
We've been (okay, I've been) running around like crazy trying to figure out all of the in's and out's of moving abroad. Everything from passports to visas to banking to housing. We do however, feel very lucky that Skylor still has some great connections in Denmark- everyone from his previous mission president to friends that he met or taught on his mission...
We will be leaving mid-August to get settled before Sky starts school in September. We really cannot wait for this next adventure! It has been a dream of ours to travel abroad again & Denmark has just fit perfectly.
That's all our news for now haha- but I will try my hardest to keep all of our friends & family updated :)
February came and went so quickly! I swear, time is flying. We have some exciting changes coming up and we cannot wait to talk about them! But for now... here's some of our happenings from last month.
Skylor has been begging for some type of reptile... so I opted out of the snake and in for leopard gecko. He loves that Guy. For reals- his name is Guy (middle: co; last: fox) Anyone?
Also, my mom bought the sweetest little puppy! Lucy is a golden doodle full of life and so so freaking cute. I die. She is growing up so quickly, I swear every time we go upstairs she is bigger!
Skylor's little brother was in a high school pageant (for lack of a better term). It's called Mr Springville- he did such an awesome job! It was a hoot to watch his performance. He's the biggest goof I know.
Skylor and I celebrated Valentines Day with some quality time at home together and a trip to Cheesecake factory. Why are we so obsessed with that place?!? Haha. I swear- every holiday or event we end up up there. So grateful to have this sweet man as my forever Valentine- he makes life infinitely better!
I taught my very first U-Jam class at Vasa fitness last month... so nerve wracking! I forgot my choreo a couple of times but it ended up all good. I was like dying by the end of class haha- way different when you teach vs just taking the class. I love this format. It is so fun and such a great workout. If you haven't tried it yet, you definitely need to give it a shot!
We ended the month with a trip down to Houston to check out housing! My mom is moving down there in a couple of months so it was fun to check out the area. We feel super blessed that Chuck (my mom's brother) and Julie live down there- it has been years since I've seen them so it was really nice to catch up.
We are full well into March now LOL... so here's to getting out a March update before April ends :)
I thought I would do a little post about my quick work trip out to SD back in January! I had never been to San Diego before, so it was fun to pop out there and see what it was all about. Work wasn't super crazy out there, we didn't start until the afternoon on all of the days and also had some nice breaks. I just took my camera out on one of the days when we walked down the pier.
I loved all of the boats, yachts, and little stores scattered everywhere. Seriously so beach and SO California.
This sounds really dumb but I had no idea that this "Save the Kiss" statue was here.... so that was a fun surprise! Haha.
The USS Midway looked AWESOME but we didn't have the time to do the entire tour. Its so freaking massive! It was cool to see all of the different aircrafts, even from far away.
I was able to go out on the town a little bit on the last night there- it was cloudy and gray but still really beautiful.
We tried a restaurant called, Spike's Africa and it was actually pretty good! We arrived at the perfect time (no wait at all) and happen to be there during their 'restaurant week' which gave us a cheaper menu (#winning). I guess during this week, a ton of restaurants get together and do a sort of sampler menu to allow people to try some of their more popular items. We didn't try any other places since these were legit dinner size portions. I had an amazing Clam Chowder before my fish- probably my favorite part of the meal!
All in all, I was really glad that I was able to go to San Diego- it was beautiful and nice to get out of the freezing weather for a weekend.
Here you'll read about all the good stuff. So mostly the random daily adventures of Skylor and myself.