Saddest thing of my life...I said good-bye to BYU-Idaho and all the family I've found there over the past two years. The memories made there are priceless to me, the friendships formed are precious, and the lessons learned are invaluable. See you in 2 years :)
Photo cred to Lauren Burns! I LOVE this :)
So glad this girl is the complete
opposite of what I was expecting! Coley became
a best friend to me and I'm so thankful for
the chance I had to get to know her this semester!!
This one is just too much to handle. Lauren
is my best friend! Practically the 6th
sister I've always wanted ;) I love her bunches
and already miss her like crazy!!
Good-byes aren't all bad because they usually involve saying hello! That's exactly what happened for me. As you probably know, my family has been living in Guatemala for the past couple of months. Leaving Rexburg meant joining them on their crazy adventure here in Guatemala City! I've only been here for a week, but they've kept me busy and exhausted. Here's a recap!
We spent a day taking a boat to the different
towns boarding Lake Atitlan (aka Waters of Mormon)
Hiked up an active volcano. It's as fun and
exhausting as it sounds! That dog is a random
that followed us...
Hit up the Galvez house for Christmas Eve!
At midnight the entire city lights up with
fireworks!! I tried to capture the epicness
of it and failed...you just had to be there.
Catch ya on the flip side, 2013.
This year has been great, but honestly it's all kind of a blur! Where did the year go??! Seriously, this year has been filled with opportunities and learning experiences I never imagined. Big things:
1. I got a niece and she's the cutest thing ever
2. Finished my 2nd year at BYU-I
3. My family moved to Guatemala (that's still crazy)
4. I moved to Guatemala...still extra crazy
5. Started my mission papers-I'll be heading out this summer!