Life is truckin' right along. It took me about a month to get used to the no school/unemployed thing but I think it's going really well.
Cory and I went to Oregon for a few weeks. He has to be in the state for at least 30 days every year to keep his residency status for veterinary school. It was a great trip. We got to spend lots of time with my family and help my parents with their new house. We got to go to a family reunion of my mom's side which was tons of fun. I got to see relatives that I hadn't seen in years and it was great. I even got to be with my cousin Liz when she bought her wedding dress. Actually, I bought her wedding dress but that's a long story and I got paid back. I just think it's funny. We also got to spend time with Cory's family and got to go to his brother Brice's graduation. He'll be coming to BYU in the fall and we're super excited to have him here.
I recently started my own freelance editing business and have been doing really really well. I've had jobs from people who want help with books they're writing and also from larger companies like Melaleuca and the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association. I'm still pretty smalltime but tell your friends.
Yesterday, I had a scary-looking mole removed from my back. It's being tested right now to see if it was cancerous. I should know in a week or so and I'll let you know the results. My Aunt Karen posted a really moving youtube video about melanoma awareness on facebook and I thought I would share it with you since skin cancer has kinda been on my mind lately.
I'm trying to be better about posting so hopefully these will come more regularly.
Until next time, I love you.