12.31.2013

deep breath and here we go!

I hope you guys had a wonderful Christmas. We certainly did. Hard and different and wonderful all at the same time. We're blessed beyond anything I could ever imagine.



I will also say that celebrating Christmas with our sweet little niece is so, so fun. Oh, to see the world through the eyes of a 1.5 year old.

Nick and I have both taken some extra time off work this year. We really needed time to just be together and press the slow-motion button on life.

We've been traipsing through the snow with two cabin-fever-striken puppies, going out for breakfast, sleeping in, reading books and tearing apart the office. I hope you're spending some extra time doing the things you love, too.

Today I'm taking a couple extra breaths and getting ready to dive into 2014. I'm so excited for what this year will hold, both what we know and what we don't. Life is a pretty amazing thing, even when it looks so different than what we had ever dreamed.

Bring it, 2014.



Right after the gym. Pretend I washed my hair and put on make-up, 'k?

Oops! Tore into another room. We should probably fix that before our dinner party tonight.

Puppies do not love cold. Puppies DO love 40* snowy days when we run and play fetch.

5 comments:

  1. Ahhh, look at those furry faces. (The dogs, just so we're clear.) How cute are they! Hope your 2014 is fab and I hope it includes a visit from Kim and I.

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  2. You guys are the cutest!! I am happy to hear you are taking time for you guys. We all should be able to do that, and just enjoy and be thankful! Too bad I didn't live closer...I'd totally start 2014 off with helping you paint your trim. ;) Happy New Year, friend! :)

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  3. Happy 2014, friend! So glad you and Nick get to spend some quality time together. You totally deserve it.

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  4. Sometimes you just need a little time together. It's nice you got to take it around the holidays too! I know we needed it this year too. Happy New year!

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