All in all, these last couple of weeks have been very busy!. As I mentioned in my last post, three weekends ago we went down to St. George to be with my Grandma before she passed away that following Monday. Then the next weekend, I went down to Logandale for her funeral. Eric wasn't able to come this time because of a project he had so I traveled down with my brother and his wife. Once again it was really good to be with family at such a sad time. The funeral service was really beautiful and it was good to see all the people that came, especially those that live farther away.
Sorry the quality of the pictures aren't all the great. I had to steal them from other people because I'm so bad at taking my own pictures. Here are jut a few from the funeral.
Me and my Grandpa Bohn
Me and my Grandpa Bohn
This last week we both finished up classes and finals started our finals. I came down with a cold during the week which has been making things a little more difficult and me a LOT more uncomfortable. Somehow I have still been able to get through most of my finals with just 1 left and have done considerable well on them for only studying for a few hours. I can honestly say the Lord has really blessed me this semester in my schooling! I also have to give another good portion of the credit to Eric as well. What would I do without him! Once again the Lord really blessed me by giving such an amazing husband who is always doing things for me even with all the things he for his own schooling. You know your husband is a keeper when he can put up with your moments of venting when you're talking 1000 words a minutes, when they still sleep with you even when you freeze them out and move none-stop throughout the night, when you're so disfunctional you stop cleaning and preparing real meals, and when you start crying randomly for no reason at all!...Yep, he is definitely a keeper :)
Also. as this semester is coming to a close and I am looking forward to a spring and summer free of work and school, I am already making plans of all the projects and things I want to do, beside taking care of Mia. :) My sister, sister-in-law and I are planning on having a craft booth at Arts in the Park in Ely at the end of the summer so throughout the next couple of months we will be preparing for that. I hope it goes well. We all really love to craft and hope our crafts can be a big hit when it comes time to show everything off. I also decided that I want to revamp mine and Eric's bedroom this summer. To be honest, I've never really done anything with it since we've been married. I have focused more on our living room and lately, Mia's room. I even decided to get brave and try a refurnishing project, which have always really scared me. I bought a wingback type chair from DI and am planning on reupholstering it. After reading tutorials on reupholstering, it seems like quite the challenge so I'm interested in seeing how it goes. Providing it does go well, the end result should be a modern, chic chair for under $60! Pictures to come!