Our last week in Rexburg has been bitter sweet.
I learned that our time together is so precious.
Not in the "dying" sort of precious.
Because Adam isn't dying.
But in the "we were ripped out of the newlywed stage" sort of precious.
We have been all business and serious and full of emotions.
Being back in in Rexburg, let us forget all that for just awhile.
We realized that we fall more in love with every trial we work through together.
Also, being in Rexburg, we got alot done.
I took my practical examination for state boards in Pocatello.
We packed up our apartment.
We had friends from Grace come.
Adam's hair started falling out.
So before we were all traumatized, he went bald.
I cut some hair.
Adam and I realized our own idea of "cute brown boots."
And mainly we had a wonderful time just being alone and together.
"As we focus our energies on lifting the burdens of others, something miraculous happens. Our own burdens diminish. We become happier. There is more substance to our lives."