Our Nature Walk
We had a wonderful and green filled St. Patrick's day. I made green french toast with green syrup for breakfast, I went to a lovely Relief Society luncheon, we went shooting with some friends, had a green dinner, and of course topped the night off by watching our favorite St. Patrick's day movie " Darby O' Gill and the Little People".
We had the funnest Dr. Seuss day. I made these cookies that I had found on pinterest they turned out to be a blast. We had our dear friends Cameron and Casi join us for a green eggs and ham dinner. Then to top the night off we went to the movie the Lorax which is one of my favorite stories, so we were really excited to see the movie! It was pretty cute! We went to this old little movie theatre called the Roxy outside of town. So cozy. It was a perfect day to help celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday. I think he was such a brilliant author and I'm grateful for the inspiration he gives me.
Valentines was so wonderful this year. As students we were busy with class and with homework but we still found time to celebrate! I made Josh red velvet pancakes for breakfast (a new Anderson tradition on valentines) then we had class all day but we celebrated that night by making a heart shaped pizza, ( with heart shaped pepperoni) and we watched the newest twilight which we hadn't seen. Josh bought me a beautiful bouquet of flowers and I felt so loved by him.Thanks to pinterest I found some fun printables and made a little basket of treats for him. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world. I love Josh with all my heart and am so grateful for the righteous, kind, and thoughtful husband that he is. I am truly blessed. This year one of my professors began class with a devotional which was on Valentines and challenged us to think of our Savior's love for us. To look past the material things of the holiday and think of the love, compassion and sacrifice that our Savior Jesus Christ gives to us. We studied the account in 3 Nephi ch 17 when the Savior comes to the Nephites and blesses them, prays for them, and spends time with them. I am so grateful for our Savior's love and his atoning sacrifice. I felt of that love this year on Valentines day. I know that he knows us individually and loves us. I am so grateful for my Brother and Savior Jesus Christ.
|Our red-ish Velvet pancakes|
|The little goodie box that I made Josh|
|The beautiful flowers Josh got me. I Loved them!|
|Our heart shaped pizza|
So its been forever since I have blogged. Time to catch up since so much has happened. Loved the holidays. We spent Thanksgiving in Boise with our family there! It was so much fun to be with everyone. We played lots of card games and played basketball at the gym which was a blast! I finished up my job at Achieve Physical Therapy. I have loved my time there and was sad to leave. I had wonderful co-workers and the patients were so sweet. I will miss working there for sure! Then we headed to Spokane to spend Christmas with our family there. It was so wonderful to be together with them. All in all the holidays were perfect but time always goes too quick! After Christmas we packed up our life and moved to Rexburg! We are here to stay til we finish school. We will both be attending classes beginning Jan 4th and we are so excited! We have an amazing apartment that we love and the weather is not too bad yet either. We are so grateful to be back! Life is good.
Josh and I also celebrated our very first wedding anniversary this past weekend. Its been a year of pure bliss together. We love each other so much and have so enjoyed this year getting to know and love one another more. We have had so many memories and fun experiences and look forward to many years ahead together. Happy Anniversary to us.