It's in the small victories

I feel like today
that small victories were made.

I chose to read a Dale Carnegie book instead of turn on the TV

I chose to have oatmeal for lunch. And actually stuck to the serving sizes.
(Who really only eats that much? news to me.)

And spent my whole evening with family frosting cookies instead of being wrapped up in my own things.

A small but victorious day.


Ohh Mexico!!

Mexico was a blast! We did alot of great things and did alot of relaxing.

We went with Kaulins parents and Andee and Steve. We stayed at the Grand Mayan in the Riviera Maya. It was a blast!

We took a day to boat over to Cozumel and rent scooters to tour the island.

It was great to get a tour from the stake president in Cancun who runs a tour company Laminate Destination Services. (LDS). It was great to see the Mayan religion from an LDS standpoint.

We first went to Coba. The pyramid is larger than the one in Chitchen Itza and you are still allowed to climb it. Kaulin, Steve and Richard ran on up while us gals took pictures of them. :)

We also got to see Tulum. This place is worth going to!

Some of the best snorkeling we've ever done was in Yakul. It was a lagoon by the ocean, but doesn't get any waves. So it was clear and calm. No swallowing sea water and the fish aren't afraid to have you get pretty close. It was a blast.


Riviera Maya, WOOHOO

This vacation has been in the planning for a LONG time. We were set to go in May, but the swine flu was scarey then. Not so much anymore.... So we are going for it! :D Mexico here we come. It's nice to get away when it feels cold here.

Things I'm looking forward to most:
Sitting on the beach thinking about nothing...
Going to see Tulum
Swimming in a Cenote
Having people yell out "Honeymooners special!" as we walk down the street
Scooters in Cozumel
Hanging out with Kaulins parents and Andee and Steve


New Wedding Blog

I've started a new wedding blog for Southern Utah to feature all the unique and trendy weddings
and vendors. Make sure you check it out. :)