Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Hellllo MOSCOW IDAHO!



I am absolutely the best half-ace blogger in the world! If there is anything I could be be more hap-hazard about. . . but hopefully my goal to be on the consistent side of the things will stick. One of my favorite life's lessons is "Never be afraid of change." or rather one of my favorite life's lessons courtesy of Johnny O'Barr. Johnny served a two year mission when he was 20 for our church and the two greatest lessons he learned were:

1. Never be afraid of change

2. Trust in God's love

So there you have it as my friend Star would say ;) Anyways, we made it to Moscow . . . in Idaho. Johnny, is on his 3rd week of Law School and excelling under the pressure. Johnny is totally lovin it! He is so at home dissecting the principles, intent, and guiding theologies behind all these case studies. Johnny's honest concern for the exact frame of reference that everything is built upon made Law school a perfect fit. It's one of the reasons I fell in love with him, he is really excited about life and ideas -who doesn't want to be around that?! And I get to spend the rest of my life with him (said while droves of beautiful women sigh with envy - hey you missed your boat move on ladies)!

I'm staying at home with the boys - plotting to take over the world with cupcakes and free deodorant samples. Gunner started a "New pre-school, " as he is constantly referring to it; he goes MWF for a couple of hours and every time I go to pick him up he says "Not yet Mom," or "2 more minutes mama," apparently the free deodorant samples are not winning him over, maybe I'll try a tropical breeze fragrance . . .

Anyways, I've already staked out some photo-shoot haunts that I am in love with! I took Johnny and the boys to the University of Idaho's Arboretum, the picture posted here is the back side of it, with beautiful fields of golden grain and a quaint red barn on the hill, sighhhhhing is so therapeutic at sunset.
Here's one more of Gunner checking out the NEW playground . . .

3 comments:

Heather and Josh Wickern said...

What a beautiful picture of Johnny and the boys! I love it! I'm glad everything is going well for you guys. We miss you. Sorry that we weren't there to help you guys when you left. I hope you understand. It's hard to help someone leave when you just got there yourself. Congrats on the move and the new locales for photography!

K8 said...

welcome girl. we're glad you're here.

Thompson Family said...

you remember me!! I sure do miss our late nights together! You pictures look fab and I am so glad your cupcake business is going so great!