Merry Christmas Eve my fellow bloggers. I'm sending lots and lots of love your way from Cedar City.
My Christmas experience is a little different this year. I'm not with my family eating ham, and opening Christmas Pj. I'm not watching elf with my brothers. I'm not even in Heber. My Christmas dinner consist of toast and that suddenly pasta that cooks in 7 minutes. I am in Cedar City sitter here on my work computer blogging on Christmas Eve all by myself.
This growing up stuff isn't as fun as everyone made it out to be.
I'm going to be a really big girl tonight. I'm going to go home and eat my pasta. I'll sit by my tree and not think about the past Christmas, but think of all the new ones I'm about to have. I'll think about the Christmas I'll have with my future husband one day. (P.s. Future husband I hope you are having a very Merry Christmas where every you are. I can't wait to meet you. Know I'm thinking about you.) I'll be thinking about when I get to play Old Saint Nick and eat the yummy cookies my kids leave out. I'll even be thinking about the late Christmas I'll be having in Arizona.
Merry Christmas Everyone. I wish you the best and a Happy New Year.
Thanks for reading.
Confession of Lizzy Brown: I'm very very very excited for my orientation leader class to start. I can't wait to be the best O-leader I can be.