Monday, August 31, 2009

Rain, Rain, Go AWAY!

So it seriously has been raining here in Savannah every single day now. It's getting a bit ridiculous. I hate the rain! I'm ready for nice fall weather, scarves, jeans, and boots! But who knows when that will happen. This is what I have to look forward to.

Monday, August 24, 2009


Oh Blog, Nice to see you again! So we haven't totally moved out of the townhouse we were renting yet but we are getting there. Our move out date is August 31st so we had a head start this weekend. I've been packing here and there since early last week and we rented a U-Haul to get most of our stuff moved into my parent's house and the storage unit on Sunday. I never realized how much junk we have accumulated since we moved in last year. My goal is to have all the stuff moved out of the townhouse by Wednesday so I can start the heavy duty cleaning. How fun right? Thankfully my sister has offered to help me clean the place. I vacuumed what I could and wiped down the base boards in some of the cleared rooms but there is so much work to be done. Not to mention all the organizing I have to do at my parent's house to have Noah and I living comfortably there. Paxx has been anxious, he doesn't know what's going on, poor baby. We spent our first night at my parent's last night. It wasn't so bad for me, but I got my first complaint out of the hubby. That's just great. I can see this will be a hard 3-4 months.

But on another non-whining note, some work has been done on our new house. Here's a picture of the latest. It's not much, but it is a start. It's been monsooning almost a month straight now in Savannah so I didn't expect much progress. I have never lived in Savannah when it has rained this much. It's starting to depress me. But just a few months and we can start settling in our little nest. I can't wait! I hope everything stays on schedule! My fingers are crossed.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Okay, so Noah turned off our internet because we are in the process of moving... into my parent's house :( So, I will not be posting until I get situated. I hate the moving process. Our house is in the process of being built but won't be done until November. All week we'll be packing stuff into our storage unit and into my parent's house. I'm not too thrilled about living with mom and dad again but at least it will give Noah and I an oppotunity to save some money and pay some of our debt off. So stay tuned people....Until next time.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Happy 1st Anniversary to Us!

We celebrated our first wedding anniversary this past Sunday. My mom was really sweet and made a reservation at 45 Bistro downtown. It's the restaurant in the Marshall House. We were treated with a five-star, four course dinner consisting of crab encrusted fried green tomatoes (which I tried, and liked!) for our appetizer, then I had filet mignon and Noah had fish 'n' chips for our main course, and lastly for dessert we had my favorite, creme brulee! It was so nice of my mom to take care of us like that. Here is a picture of us that night.

I can't believe how fast a year has gone by. They say the first year is the hardest but I don't think that was true for us at all. I am always asked "how is married life?" but since Noah and I lived together for two years already before we got married, things didn't really change much. Well except that we call each other husband and wife. Noah is truly my best friend. I want to do everything and anything with him. It is the little things that give me comfort in my marriage with this man; like the good-bye kisses I feel in my sleep when he leaves for work in the morning, sitting on the couch reading my book while he's watching yet another sports program or getting into bed with him every night and him making sure I have just enough blanket. He is the one person that knows everything about me. I know this is super mushy and you want to puke, but all of these things are true. I look forward to having children with him and just growing old with him. I know we live in a scary time where divorce is always a threat but I pray we always remember what we love about each other and why we decided to get married in the first place. And it won't always be bliss throughout our marriage but I hope we can just let go of the petty things and remember what is important.

To many many more years of marriage!

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