On May 6th Orange, and I celebrated our one year anniversary. Go us, we made it longer than the Kardashians. It's still hard for me to believe that it's been a whole year. It's definitely been a year of struggles, and hardships, but that hasn't ruined our love for each other. In fact, it's only made us stronger. Our anniversary this year, if you have been reading my blog, even came at a very hard time. It's obvious this miscarriage didn't have the best timing, but then again... I don't think it is ever good timing to lose your child. Orange asked if I just wanted to stay home and not do what he had planned, but I was adamant that we did something. I could no longer sulk in the house, it was so unhealthy. Oran sure did a great job of making the best out of our situation. He had planned such a beautiful anniversary for us, and I had no idea about it. We woke up Sunday morning, and I made us some breakfast. Then he told me to get ready, and get packed. I was so excited for what was coming up. I am someone who loves surprises, and my husband does surprises best. He even surprised me by trimming the beast of a beard for me. Once we were ready to go, Orange grabbed our picnic basket that we got for our wedding,(I've been wanting to use it forever, but we've never got around to it), and told me that we were going on a picnic. Little did I know where exactly we were picnicking at.
After we ate we ended up spending a lot of time photographing the temple and taking some shots of ourselves. I've been wanting to photograph the temple for a long time so I was really excited to be able to do that.
We went on a little road trip, playing games as we drove. We ended up in Manti, and picnicked outside of the Manti temple, which is where we were married. In my opinion it is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and the picnic was perfect. I wouldn't have rather had a nice fancy expensive dinner over our sandwich and chips dinner.
(lovely picture after just waking up getting ready to eat the breakfast that was brought to our room.)
(Best bubble bath that I have ever encountered. Don't be fooled though, those bubbles grew to massive proportions.)
(Cozy fire place)