We went and spent this last weekend down visiting our families. Paul's extended family does a Thanksgiving Dinner on the weekend before so that everyone can make it. I was also attending a Boutique as a vendor selling my crocheted stuff. It was a lot of fun and I did pretty well ... the beanies were a hit. By the time the family dinner was winding down it started to snow ... and snow ... and snow!!! I could not be more excited. On Sunday when we woke up to go to church there had to be 14 inches of snow on the car. I love it. I love it even more now that I am not a missionary and don't have to bundle up to walk around in it everyday, all day long. I love the mountains and being able to look out my window and see them covered in snow. This coming weekend we are going to be able to spend some time with my family as well. It has been a while since we have stayed down there and visited with everyone.

This coming weekend we are supposed to go down and visit as well but there is a huge storm coming today and I hate driving the canyon in bad weather ... hopefully by the time we leave on Wednesday the roads will be cleared enough that we can make the drive.

Being able to see everyone has made me that much more excited to move back down. It seems that we are forgotten about since we live further away and we hear about all the fun stuff after it happened, even if we won't be able to make it to everything it would be nice to be thought of and invited. Let's face it though, I am also more of a city person myself, so I am just excited to be moving back to a bigger city. I do, however, feel bad for Paul. He had a job up here that he was hoping would work out but it didn't and so the plan of moving by the end of December is back on. He LOVES it up here and is really bummed that we will be leaving. I just keep telling him that there is another great adventure out there for us, and we are hoping it takes us to Boston for Grad School.


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