Thursday, August 27, 2009

So Long....

So, I'm pretty sure that I'm not so good at this whole blogging thing. I guess I just don't feel like I have much news to give. But now that I really think about it, I guess I have some news.
First, James and I are planning on moving to Oregon. We're taking the weekend to check some things out up there and to see what our chances are as far as getting jobs. Cause as of right now, Cedar City has absolutely no job market. Also, if we do move to Oregon, James will be attending UBI. It is a school devoted to bicycles. He will be taking two courses. One will cover anything and everything to do with bike repair, building, maintenance, etc. The other course will be shop management. So that's what we are planning for right now. James hates his job, so if nothing else, moving to Oregon will help him be happier just from having a different job. I'm looking forward to that. I miss my happier husband. (He's still amazing and wonderful and perfect. I just want him to be happy again).
Other news: my cousin, Jenni Sue, is having a baby girl!!! Her name will be Alexis, and she will definitely be the cutest baby girl EVER (especially according to Aunt Danielle, who is the grandmother). Aunt Danielle has been wanting a grand baby for SO long, and she is finally going to get her wish. I can only imagine how much that baby girl is going to be spoiled. I can't wait to meet her!
Well, other than that, I don't have much news. For any of those thinking of moving to Cedar, my only advice would be to MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A JOB FIRST! I mean, I don't have one, and the only one James could find was swing shift at a sausage manufacturer. So yeah... Cedar City=Dead End.

Oh, one more thing. I told you I would put up pictures of our new table, but really you only need one, so here it is!
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James' mom, Carla, made us the place mats and napkins as a wedding present. Overall, I really like the way it looks. I made the napkin rings and pleated the napkins myself. I got the idea from Davis and Becca's wedding luncheon.