Tuesday, July 9, 2013

My Next Seven Years

Sorry for not posting much at all the last week or so.  Anytime I am with Tyson, all my routines kind of get forgotten.  My world kind of revolves around him.  :)  This past week is like a Christmas in July.  Tyson basically has a week off of work because of my birthday, his birthday, and our anniversary.  It is great because he gets two days off for the 4th of July too.  Seriously, it is great and I get WAY too spoiled.

So needless to say, it is a good thing he works or I wouldn't get anything done.  I am sad though that today we both have to go back to real world life.  :)

Yesterday was our 7th anniversary and it was awesome.  Tyson is way too good at surprises and he knows I love them.  So yesterday afternoon he goes "Man, we have a lot to do."  So then he goes off listing the things we need to get done and then he says, "and then we need to go to a Bed and Breakfast."

me: "What?  Are you kidding me?"
He just gets a BIG smile.  So cute.

So we went and had a great time.  I am so thankful for Cassie and Dallin that they watched the boys for us.  I'm sure they were up all night and now never want to have children of their own.  But I am so thankful.

Tyson and I talked a lot about the last seven years and what we want to accomplish and do in the next seven years.  I am super excited that I am married and get to be with Tyson forever.  But it did get me thinking, what goals should we have?  We have a few ideas and goals now, like going on a cruise and taking the kids to Disneyland, and a few not so superficial things, but what do you think is a good goal for a couple with almost 4 little boys?

1 comment:

  1. That sounds like so much fun! I hope you took pictures. As for goals with the family...something I have always wanted to do with my own family is save up enough money to go somewhere foreign (maybe Mexico) and either collect a bunch of belongings to give away to the poor or help with some type of humanitarian aid that is needed. I always thought that would be a cool family service project and also a way to take the family to see another country.