Hello Again from New Land

Last time I posted on this space was April, and now its July. Holy cow, this year is truly flying by and it's making my lack of presence here very noticeable. Oops. Over the past couple months a lot has happened, and when I say a lot, I mean A LOT. I spent my days trying to find a new home, cope with leaving home, starting a new job, and trying to learn a new city. It's truly been a whirl wind, but a might fine one. 

Now let me give you a brief run down.

When my mom and I moved up here I was so full of sadness that unfortunately it made it a lot harder on my mom than needed. To be honest I had a good solid cry after I dropped her off at the airport. She's my best friend and it's been so hard to not have her around. While she was up in Montana with me we spent every day driving around, exploring, and most importantly looking for a new house for Kyle and I. Let me tell you this, good luck finding a decent house that allows dogs up here. It was quite the challenge! But thankfully in good time, sadly after mom left, I found the most amazing place on Craigslist. It couldn't have worked out any better.

I started my new incredible job that I told you all about last time I was active on this interweb. So far I am loving my new job. It's a great feeling to be working in a field that I enjoy and with people who respect me and want me to succeed, Have there been challenges? Of course, it's a new job, and in a completely new spectrum than heavy equipment. 

When Kyle finally made his move up here we decided to have him take a detour to my parents ranch in Washington. Although it seemed stupid to have him drive an extra ungodly amount of miles that way it was oh so worth it. We were even able to time it out so that he would be driving through the city the ranch is out side of at the same time my plain landed. It couldn't have worked out better. We spent the weekend with my parents and grandparents relaxing and enjoying time together. But sadly it couldn't last forever and we headed on our way to Montana.


Since Kyle and Opie joined me in Big Sky Country we had been trying to visit all neat places Montana has to offer. We were able to mountain bike, camp, explore the area, and take up frisbee golf.

And most recently Kyle and I started school. Kyle has began his journey on to becoming a PA and doing what he has dreamed. I transferred all my credits to ASU and have began working towards my degree in Integrative Health. It's only been a week and boy oh boy do we have our work cut out for us.

Hmmm what else? Oh, of course, Opie! Well, he actually did really good on the road and made his perch a perfect bed for snoozin the entire way! He is currently completely in love with our new back yard and the happiest he has ever been!

Get this, tomorrow is Kyle and I's first anniversary!!! How inthe heck did that happen?!