Sunday, March 24, 2013
This weekend I had my final dance concert at BYU.
It was a bittersweet experience.
There was joy, excitement, anxiety, a little relief, and a few tears too.
I never thought I would dance my way through college,
but it has been the biggest blessing in my life.
Dance has taught me something new every single day.
I love it with a true passion.
I ache for it. I live for it. I am alive through it.
I am a dreamer who has seen some dreams come true.
I have danced side by side with people who share my passion.
I have been taught by amazing people who have given me so much more than dance.
I have been cheered on by the most supportive friends and family there is.
And above all, I have parents that always believed in me.
They never missed a performance and never denied me any opportunities to do what I love.
They have truly made all my dreams come true.
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Happy Anniversary to these lovebirds!
They have been married 30 years today!
I'm so grateful for my amazing parents and their amazing marriage.
They are kind, generous, fun, adventurous, silly, sweet, and so so happy.
30 years today, 30 more to come!
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
It was 55 degrees outside today.
55 degrees has never felt so warm.
So...some happy thoughts for this sunny day:
dancing because I love it so.
a clean car
new Essie nail polish
music that reaches my soul (thank you mumford & sons)
feeling an itch to travel to new places
lovely people that ooze loveliness
feeling ready to pack up winter boots and coats
eating an entire veggie tray with Ann
Friday, March 1, 2013
March is finally here. March 1st might be my favorite day of the year. Spring is finally coming!
When I flipped my calendar this morning I was greeted by this lovely picture.
It seems so simple right?
Sometimes I think I'm choosing happiness,
but in reality I'm probably choosing easiness or simple or familiar.
Am I really choosing to do things that will make me the happiest I can be?
This month I'm going to choose happiness.
Sometimes it just takes a little push to realize you were missing out on something amazing.