Monday, June 18, 2012


Hello Hello!
Before we head off on our honeymoon, I would like to say a massive THANK YOU, to all of our well wishers and everyone who came out to celebrate with us on our big day, and all those who helped make it spectacular.

Jason and I could not be happier with how everything went. 

It was so awesome to see everyone there, and all the memories made we will keep forever.

We planned on heading out today to Glennifer lake, for a little get-a-way, but were unable to tear ourselves away from our living room, being still a little tired after all the happenings. 

So tomorrow we will start our little vacay, relaxing and enjoying our time.

Not much else to say right now, and soon I will be getting back to posting about my day to day happenings.



Tuesday, June 12, 2012

4 Sleeps!

Only 4 more sleeps, then WEDDING!

I may be getting excited.

Not too much left to do, just little details and confirmations of times and stuff. Mainly just organizing people and delegating actually. :)

In other news, Jason was able to get an electrician apprenticeship through his job at the sawmill!!!
Super proud of him, since he had to beat out a few other people for it.

Jason's sister Amy was over yesterday with her two little girls and Jason's mom. I showed the girls (I can't correctly spell their names but they will be our flower girls) my wedding shoes, and they both had to try them on. It was super cute, since the oldest is 2 1/2 and the youngest is 1 1/2. I'm pretty sure the littlest could fit both feet in my one shoe. That says a lot considering how small my feet are to begin with (about a five... adult... ish).

Things are nuts as always. Jack was a little sick last week, but he's better now (thank goodness).
I was just looking at photo's of him from the first day we got him, and man, is he a big puppy.
Jack then... (8 weeks)
Jack Now (4 1/2 months)

Not quite as cute (good lord he was adorable!) But still pretty fluffy. Also not his best shot, since I woke him up for that one. 

During one of the rainy moments last week, Jack actually coaxed me outside for a walk, in which we walked all around Sagewood. Went back by the pond and saw a Mama Duck swimming with her babies, and a Crane all out enjoying the weather.
It was quite wonderful and relaxing, a walk in the rain is always therapeutic. And it helps if your socks stay dry.

I'm sure soon, I'll have more to talk about, but with Wedding's, the rest of life kinda falls by the wayside for a lil' bit.

Also, I realize I'm starting to sound like a crazy person that talks about their pet(s) too much, but I really don't give a darn. If you spent an hour with him, you would understand.

In hula hooping news, I'm managing to hit myself less (new tricks may be dangerous) but there may be an increase in uncontrolled tossing (dangerous for anyone near me). 

That shall be all for now, if you would like to see blurry pic's of the ducky's and the crane, they are on facebook.



"I dare you to let me be, your one and only." ~Adele

Wednesday, June 6, 2012


10 days until the Big Day!

I'm actually more relaxed now then I was a month ago, pertaining to wedding related stuff.
Currently, I could really go for a nap though.

Last night, I kept waking up because I was worried I would sleep in. I haven't opened (at Smitty's) in about five months, and I guess I don't trust myself to get out of bed that early.
The night before I was up all night with my poor puppy. Jack got into something that gave him an upset tummy all Monday, and had to get up every three hours during the night.
I definitely have those 'mom' instincts, because the littlest whine and Jack was able to wake me right up. Good to know.

Coaching is pretty much done for the planned future. Just a test day on the 20th for two of my skater's and then a little break. I do enjoy coaching, but I also enjoy having evenings off, especially when it starts getting nicer outside.

In the meantime, not a lot outside of planning going on. Went to Mexico a few weeks ago, that was wonderful. I've never been anywhere tropical before, and there is definitely something to be said for humidity. I also learned that the lowest SPF safest for me to wear in Mexico, is 60.

I'm still enjoying my hula hoop class, and lovin' learning a bunch of new tricks each time. Haven't mastered a lot of them yet, but it is good fun and a wonderful workout.

Went grocery shopping yesterday and bought mainly fresh fruit and veggies. Yup, I'm thinking about going on one of those health kick things. Not sure how much I'm going to dive into it, but I really doubt eating better will hurt, so I'll give it a try. I've found that when I hit that afternoon slump, I usually hit it pretty hard, so a little extra go would be nice.

Anyway, I'm way to distracted to really write at the moment, so I will go.