Forgive me friends, for I have been a bad blogger.
Since Ryan and I have been home, our camera battery has died and I have been dreading digging through the bajillion boxes of our crap to figure out where the battery charger is. I know I put it somewhere I would find easily...just can't remember where. Genius huh. Also missing is the crucial chord that uploads all the pictures into the computer. Hence no pictures on the blog in a month. I already had the graduation ones uploaded so at least you got those, but I promise my lazy streak is going to end...soon.
I will tell you though life has been grand. The sun has been shining (high in the 80s almost everyday!) the beach has been beautiful, and I have officially lost that Utah I-never-see-the-sun glow. Ryan and I have both been working side jobs here and there as well as taking care of our house-sitting duties. Let me tell you. House-sitting is
going to be my career the bomb. Seriously. We already house-sat for a family for about a week. They had a full-blown movie room with lazyboy recliners, projector, a fabulous pool/spa, beautiful master bath with rain shower and jet tub, and a gorgeous kitchen filled with everything you could ever need. Glorious! I read books, swam, enjoyed the sun and watched their two cute dogs as well. Not too shabby of a life, if I do say so myself. Unfortunately the dogs have a bowel problem, but nothing that a little paper-towel/clorox action can't fix. As soon as we were done with that house we headed over to a very exclusive gated community on the river to our next home. This house is huge and has all the amenities a young couple would ever need. We are taking care of their fish tank as well and helping to host a french family for two weeks while they are here on house exchange. The family we are house-siting for will be in their house for a few weeks in France. Very exciting! I can't wait to pick the frenchie's brains about France and Europe! One huge perk of this house-sitting situation...using their boat. We haven't taken it out yet, but we have to do a test run soon because we plan on giving the frenchies a tour around the river while they are here. I'll let you know how that goes.
Pictures coming soon. Promise!