Last night as the sun had already set, we walked around the high school track next to our apartment. Hand-in-hand we got carried away in a discussion about freedom of speech and the policies behind tax law (most if it I don't really get). Our voices hardly concealed the excitement as we played out future scenarios of living our dreams. What would we do if Mitch got this internship? Or what would it be like if we lived in that state (or country)?
3 years ago I married Mitch with dreams of what would come. Many of those dreams have changed but I still can't believe how much joy I have as the wife of this man. I've learned that it doesn't really matter what happens to us. Success or failure in whatever we dream--the only thing that truly matters is that I did it with him.
Mitch starts school again tomorrow. I've been spoiled this summer having him in the evenings and going on trips. I haven't posted in a month and I know I won't get around to doing a post for each thing that happened the last half of this summer. But I did finally load pictures from my camera to Mitch's fancy new laptop. So here are some of the exciting things that happened:
Dear Liz got married. It was so beautiful.
We went to Kanosh with Tyson and Keera and other great friends.
They have some awesome warm springs there.
Mitch finally saw Old Faithful.
Baby Paul was born--the Hunsaker name lives on.
I spent time with friends.
Mitch and I both had birthdays.
Dad ran his first half-marathon. (and Karren dominated her second one)
We got to spend a lot of time with family.
And cute Madie got married.
This summer was great. We are curious for what this fall will bring. (I'm sorry if I missed other things that happened this summer, these are just the ones I had photos to document)