Wow..it has been one month since we got married and it has gone by so fast! I must say that it has been the best month of my life so far. Being married is soo much better than being engaged! Sean and I didn't do much to celebrate, but we did go to Village Inn for lunch and made some yummy mexican food for dinner with Maddie and Jeremy. For Easter we went over to the Ashby's for some yummy Yakisoba and cheesecake. We started our softball season on Friday night and won! Sean did awesome, and almost hit 2 out of the park. He also got new golf clubs because "his wife is the best wife in the entire world, and if you dont beleive me then i dare you to try and change my mind. She is the sweetest girl in the world and i am soooooo lucky to have her in my life. This past month has been the best of my entire life and im excited for the next 50 year of wicked sweet craziness." So I would say that it was a good weekend for all. Except for the fact that my parent's house flooded... after ALL of the work we did during our engagement. Bummer.
*the part in quotes a few lines up was written by Sean.
So Sean and I have spent the past week and a half/2 weeks looking for this movie:
We went EVERYWHERE, and I mean EVERYWHERE. Every Red Box or Hollywood Video we passed by, we would stop and check to see if they had it. No luck. We were sad. Life was depressing. Okay we weren't that sad, but the fact that we couldn't find this movie just made us want to see it more. We finally found it this weekend at Smith's and we highly recommend it. Its definitely sad, and hard to watch at some parts, but very good and brings a good message. It is about a friendship between a little Jewish boy in a war camp and a little boy whose dad is a Nazi leader. If you haven't seen it yet... good luck finding it! I still have the copy here though, that is late getting back. But if you want to meet me at Red Box we can exchange. It is worth it!!