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I remembered about five minutes ago, that five days ago was a dang special day... and I sorta forgot to celebrate it...

And I feel like I have failed..
At this whole wife, first year of marriage thing.

 BUT after about ten minutes of sulking in sorrow and remorse, I realized that it is fine.

It is alright to forget sometimes... (even though I still want to kind of cry as I type this)...

I'm sure there are those out there who are gasping with their hand over their mouth, because who in their RIGHT mind forgets to celebrate, or even mention the day they got engaged.

Yes people... I didn't say anything.. not to just the world... since the world needs to know... but to Mr. Warner as well.

Soooo I am going to say it now...

April 17th, 2012 - The love of my life put this beautiful, sparkly ring on my left hand and asked me to be his wife...

It was one of the best days. Ever.. {besides the one where we actually sealed the deal}
I love you Mr. Warner.
Sorry for being the worst and not saying anything to you last Wednesday...
I think you can forgive me though, because:
1) I am pretty sure you forgot too
2) I think about it everyday anyways

Thank you for making me your wife!!

Maybe I will remember next year... that is a long shot though..

It's finals week. Over sized shirts and skirts are welcome on this body, and we can't wait until Wednesday comes when all of these overrated tests are over with.

I think you can blame my lack of memory/stupidity on school, and leaving for the summer in a matter of 5 days, and finishing work a day before we leave, accompanied by a yard sale...

Good thing I have the rest of my life to get it right. Boom.



Here We Come

Mr Warner and I are gonna do something...

We are going to leave sweet little #5 that we have been living in for the past eight months,
Sell a lot of our clothes,
Pack up all of our newlywed belongings,
And drive to California together.

We are going to be there for 4 months. 

I can't wait.

Now you are probably wondering, is this that summer sales thing that every single person in Utah County does? Including their dog? And pet fish?

Well yes, yes it is.

But to us it is much more than that "summer sales job".

This job is going to help us reach our dreams, and create a stable foundation for the Warner Family. A foundation that will make it so we can buy our first home by the end of this year.

So, I can't wait.

It is going to be hard, and it is going to be long, and hot... but it'll be awesome.

And yes.

I will be knocking on doors too.

All alone, not with husband.

With mace in hand,

And Dr. Scholls for my feet to love on.



Give Me Sun

Mr. Warner and I went to the sunny side of UT a few weekends ago with my family. My grandpa lives in the most amazing, old church house that we stay in when we need a little get the heck out of town. It was beautiful, and perfect, and full of red rock hikes and lounging in our jammies till the evening hours. We watched the LDS General Conference while we were there too.

I always love being spiritually fed. I think it gives me hope again, that I am not totally failing at this life. It is fantastic. And I am grateful for it. Take a second to get some Godly love yourself. It's worth it.

Besides consuming inspiring words, we spent the rest of our free time exploring outside. Literally all of it. Either that or in our beds dead tired. We found these amazing old mines tucked in and under mounds of rocks, and the discovered THE best little pond oasis I've ever laid eyes on. 

Rope swing, freezing water, and we had it all to ourselves. Maybe one of these days I'll share our secret spot with you… just maybe. 

^^^we didn't notice that red, KEEP OUT sign until after… we still claim it as ours though^^^

Wanna see how the series of events played out at our secret place? Take a look. We did it over and over and over and over and over again. {I'm short, so husband needed to help me get high enough…}


See this picture right here? This was just before we were escorted out of snow canyon by an angry old park ranger that gave all of the adults $150 citations for hiking on a trail that was "closed" due to wildlife preservation. {My husband is a genius and got my citation off as a warning. Hallelujah} He said that we could have harmed the frogs and the lizards. I was dying. It was the most hilarious, unfortunate event ever. Wanna know why I had those quotation marks around the word closed? It's because we were told on. We had a lady tattle on us. This lady was on the trail right in front of us. We passed her, and then she went and told on us. Apparently it was only closed for us. Not her. We all decided that we are going to go and toilet paper Mr. Park Ranger's home, as well as catch all of the lizards we can on our next hike. 

We will still be back Snow Canyon, since you are one of the most beautiful things that has ever happened on this Earth. 




So... it would be an understatement to say that I have absolutely failed at blogging this past little while. At this point I'm not even sure what to write about on here, because there is so much that has happened in our awesome/crazy lives up to this point that I would most likely space almost everything that has taken place. And I can't just write an instagram post, because that is what I did two weeks ago, and that is the last post that is on this thing, and that would just be retarded of me.

Consume what you will. I promise I'll get better at this thing.
{These statements will be written in (attempted) periodic order from past to most recent - pictures included where it matters}

Mr Warner and I go on date nights to the mall and reminisce about when we can do things. In this case it was camping.

I got my first pedicure thanks to mama. And then downed Happy Sumo like no one's business (I'm gonna miss that place come summer). My husband was gone, so I was eating my feelings.

I snatched him up from the airport after he dominated southern California. We went to a family party in honor of our cousin Beau becoming a teenager.

My love took me on a shopping date and spoiled me with this lovely piece of clothing. I can't get enough of it.

We celebrated our 7 month anniversary together. On the 25th of March. It was awesome.

We watch our nieces and nephews because we love them a lot. This time we made brownies with Elle and Ivy. PS. Elle eats tomatoes like apples.

We went out to eat with our brothers and sisters. Mama Denise and Papa Kevin treated us all to Tucanos. What lovely people. {Yes that is my creepy husband, and yes that is our hungry brother reminiscing on the amazing food}

I reunited with some of my high school cheer coaches and girlie's. It was great to see them all. I miss cheer. And then I remember I am crazy to miss getting up at 5:45 in the morning for practice, and being so sore that I am confined to my bed for a day. I'll probably still be a cheer coach though. Whatever.

After a day of preparation for this summer, Husband and I took a quick stop to Tortilla Bar. My favorite thing about this whole place was this License plate collage. (No, I didn't think the food was that great... Sorry:/)

We celebrated Easter and baby Tommy was blessed.

We have a lot of family. That we love

Monday was my sister's 17th birthday (It is still weird to say that... I remember when I was 17). Yes she was born on April Fools. Yes she is the one that plays the jokes on everyone.

Oh how I love being married to such a wonderful man.

We are getting away to St. George this weekend. We leave late tonight, and I am just thanking the heavens for the sun, and warm weather.

I've been needing this.

I want to throw up a few brain pukes about service up here in the near future. Mr. Warner and I have had some chilling experiences that I don't ever want to forget.