My name Is Michel, I am a full time student majoring in education, a full time wife to my airman, and a full time mother to our two fur babies for now! I am a southern girl at heart and proud of it. I enjoy just about any outdoor activities, and love basketball. Coffee is definitely my weakness, especially here in the North West. I adore my husband and our family. We miss them much but enjoy our life in the Air Force.

My Airman, a lovable, caring, sweet, car loving, hardheaded man! : ) but he is my world. He is a boom operator in the Air Force and so far he loves his job. When he isn’t working he is probably working on his car, or on the internet finding things for his car. He is crazy, but you just can’t ask for a better husband.

Highschool sweathearts, that stuck together trough it all and ended up falling head over heels for each other. Married on November 23, 2009 and loving our wild and crazy life as two southerners living in the Northwest!
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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

IM BACK!

Hello all.
I am finally back from a much needed break from all the craziness in my life. However I think it has doubled now. I have so many things that I am stressing over from school, to leave to go home in May, to now possibilities of the hubs being away once he gets home. But I am not here to talk about this at the moment I will save that for later. I am here to fill you all in on the excitement I experienced this past week. As you all know my friend from home came to visit me and we took advantage of her being here to do a little site seeing. We went to Seattle and stayed downtown, and dealt with all the insane traffic. I can say that it is Beautiful there but I am so glad I do not live there. One, the weather is horrible. If it isn't raining then it is foggy, or cloudy, or cold. Two, the traffic is ridiculous, and I almost ran a red light because downtown the lights are on the side of the streets. Totally did not expect that. But I did enjoy it. We went to the space needle and went to the top, did i mention that it was 20 bucks just to ride a glass elevator to the top of this thing!?!? We also went to pike place market and walked around there. We visited the first Starbucks ever, which was pretty cool considering I love coffee. Besides our bad experience with out hotel hosts it was all a great trip to Seattle. The hotel was nice, but the people were so rude! So after a long drive back to Spokane I figured I would show her around here, which doesn't compare to Seattle. I really enjoyed having time to just sit with someone from home and act like I use to. It made me feel at home having her here, and I am sad that she had to leave today. So I figured I would share just a few pictures. I have so many that we took, but i do not want to take up my whole blog with them.










Now, i guess I should continue my spring forward blogging post.

Day 16 – What do you miss most about your childhood?

I miss being with my family. I miss having my dad, and hearing him tell me he loves me. I miss having our family get togethers and having all the family together.  I miss being a spoiled little daddy's girl and always getting my way! : ) I also miss the part where everything is paid for. School, clothes, food, bills, car payments, insurance, EVERYTHING! However, I love who I have become and I love my little family that we have here. So i would not change a thing. 


4 comments:

  1. Omg I so wish that I knew you were gonna be in Seattle :( I would have loved to meet you :(


    ps where was the 2nd picture taken?

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  2. WOW.It looks like you've been busy!
    But I'm glad you had such a great time with your friend!
    Yes, I miss that part of being a child and your parents paid everything for you! haha
    it was so easy!

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  3. Glad you had fun in Seattle! And about the stoplights out on the SIDE of the streets: LAFIUJEJWEIJEWOEWOIFAJWA!!!!! I hate those things so much! Been here for a while, and I'm still not used to them :P

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  4. Aw, it looks like you had a fun time! :)

    And I know what you mean about the father part, my father passed when I was fifteen.

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