BBG, Adventures and Food!

September and October have been quite the busy months and we are only six days in!

We returned from our honeymoon to Costa Rica the day after Labor Day (posts to come soon). Our trip got extended a day due to some flight mishap so we were in quite the hurry to get caught up when we got home.

We celebrated my birthday. The food pictures above are what Blake made me for breakfast and dinner. Guys, if I'm not careful I'm going to gain so much weight with his cooking. Also, do you see the picture of that pasta dish?! I should probably start him his own food blog. 

Speaking of gaining weight. Myself and two friends are currently doing BBG together (and Blake when he can). We even started our own IG account. Check us out here! It is quite the workout, but I can feel myself genuinely getting stronger! 

Despite our insanely busy schedules (Blake is back in school and is also working, and I'm currently preparing for our Annual Auction and to move our office), we've been on a few small adventures.

We got free tickets to a Mariners game as a part of the BECU Business Partner Appreciation Night. I never say no to Mariners tickets so Blake, myself and Laurie (my co-worker) enjoyed a fun night for free :).

Blake also got to experience for the first time, the salmon run! It was a beautiful fall night and we got to just walk around and watch a ton of huge salmon!

I've had a lot of Saturday work events. Summer's End Car Shows, Lemonade Day and city wide Food Drive (my father's brainchild). But as much as I don't like working on Saturdays, in these cases it has been worth it!

Here is to hoping it will slow down, but knowing that it won't. 

Stay awesome!

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Believe it or not, all of these pictures were taken in my parent's yard, or across the street from their house. Amazing right?!

I wanted some bridals across the street because that property/forest is special to us. We both told each other "I love you" over there, and Blake proposed to me there. 

Pretty in love with these pictures. Thank you, Hannah, for amazing pictures! If you live in Utah or Washington check her out!






I think we are almost done with wedding posts, just have to share the Vegas reception then you're free of us....for now. 

Stay awesome.

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The Celebration of the Year

We call it the celebration of the year because that is exactly what it was :). 

So our reception was the day after the wedding. With the sealing being in Portland, Oregon, and reception being in Lacey, Washington, we wanted to actually enjoy the reception and not be even more exhausted.

It was PERFECT! The weather was mid-70's, it never got too hot or too cold. Everyone looked amazing and we had so much fun. My family and Blakes family worked so hard to make everything so perfect. It was amazing to see everything I had imagined in my dream come to life!

Again, enjoy picture overload!

 All my sisters! How many girls get this many sisters?!

 Is my family the best looking family or what?!
 Bridesmaids. One beautiful group!

 Only three of my 15 neices and nephews but guys, are they not adorable or what?!
 A good looking group of groomsmen, but I'm a little partial to the one in the middle ;).

 All the brothers. 

So in Blake's group of friends, it is the tradition to throw the groom. Well as you'll see below they convinced me as well. Let's just say I never scream, but I'm definitely screaming in this picture.

 Neither of us is really cake fans so instead we cut a pie. This one was homemade by my 84-year-old employee. Best. Pie. Ever.

 Blake surprised me with his very own freestyle dance. If you know Blake, you know this is indeed special. Watch the video here starting at 9:38 to see the whole deal!

My sister Havalah from Sisters, What painted this for us. 


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