Until I am enjoying those above mentioned activities, here are some photos from the last couple of months in Fort Collins.
Our April blizzard. No filter.
Downtown Fort Collins.
A movie night outfit.
An art wall in downtown Loveland.
#1 – I am so blessed to have Cory as my husband. He is patient & kind & amazing. : ) I’m so, so thankful to be able to share our life & adventures together.
#2 – I’m thankful for the relationships I have as a 26 year old – no drama, no unruly expectations or pressure – just the ability to be who we are & share experiences with each other.
#3 – I’m grateful for the lessons learned along the way that helped get me where I am today. (That rhymed – not intentional!)
#4 – I am so thankful to live in Fort Collins, which is a short drive to the mountains where I can practice the sport I began enjoying almost 15 years ago.
I hope you had a great weekend too!
“Our” church, Mill City.
It’s hard to believe that we moved a month ago. It feels like longer & shorter all at once.
At first, we just had each other, our apartment & one income.
So we decorated, took our dogs to the dog park, went grocery shopping (one of our favorite things to do, believe it or not), watched movies, went to the gym, hung out at Barnes & Noble, found “our” church, used our new fire place & occasionally went out for drinks and/or dinner.
It was a nice change of pace from our overly busy life in Kansas.
And it was nice to totally to depend on each other for everything.
Now Cory has a job & we’re slowly getting into a little routine. We’re making some new friends. We’ve fallen in love w/micro brews. We found a “small group” full of very nice people. I discovered a favorite coffee shop. We love going down to Denver. We take our dogs everywhere. We’ve enjoyed having Alex visit & meeting our friends, the Jones’ in Denver for dinner.
Life is just good.
This week we’re going snowboarding for the first time since we moved & I’m really looking forward to that. Then in February we get to spend a long weekend in Montana w/Cory’s family & my dad & step-mom plan to visit the following week.
So I have a feeling that our slow, sweet life might get a bit busier, but we’re really striving to keep it from becoming what it was: non-stop.
Month One has been slow & sweet & I look forward to seeing what next month has in store!