Thursday, September 29, 2011

hey tuesday hey

The perfect Tuesday night date:
Copious amounts of cheap Chinese food, a comfy blanket, the most perfect night at the park, and a cute boy. 

Reading in the park together and free Coldstone are just icing on the cake.

Oh, and congrats to us...we've been married two whole months!

Thursday, September 22, 2011

triumphs and tragedies

my FHE group used to do this every week...a way to celebrate the wonderful and not so wonderful things of the week.

--On today's afternoon walk, we decided to go get André's bike from the outdoor place in the Wilk, where it had been getting a tune-up. Right before we got there, the power went out on campus so even though his bike was done, they couldn't take a credit card and the ATM didn't have power either, so this boy guy had to walk to work.
--Getting our flu shot, the worker man asked if I was pregnant, but it definitely came out "you look pregnant". The other (female) workers rushed to assure me I don't look pregnant but I guess its time to double up on the ab workouts
--Post flu-shot lethargy had us both digging for meds for a few days. But not to worry, we are on the up and up

--Fall is just around the corner!
--I got to work from home one morning this week and it was wonderful. Lounging in my sweats eating toast while writing and getting paid? Sign me up. And bonus--I was more productive than I would have been at my office
--I finally spelled Illinois right on the first try without spell check. This is a huge accomplishment
--Evening walks to get free milkshakes at Arbys. delish.
--André played a spiritual joke on his (very gullible) missionaries at the MTC. It may have been borderline false doctrine, but he and they both loved it and he came home grinning from ear to ear.
--Flu shots with Looney Tunes bandaids. Thanks, BYU insurance!
--We got to take a walk together on campus almost every day this week

and to make you glad, we've been singing this all week...

Thursday, September 15, 2011

I gave André a chance to blog, but for some reason he was busy with more important things (like school...whatevs)

Here is a little glimpse into life lately at the Kaiser home:
 Bekah and Jesse got married! We were so happy for them and excited to go to our first sealing that wasn't ours. There is something special about being in the house of the Lord on such a special day. We loved spending the day with good friends!

We were also the accomplices in Adam's proposal this week. We got to be stealthy and sneak around and make up codes and although we aren't the greatest proposal masterminds (there were a few minor mishaps), Ashley said yes and they couldn't be happier.

 Back on the home front, we love cooking and are realizing Sunday meals are one of our few chances to do it together. It's so fun to have our own place and have friends over for dinner or dessert.

Once we got coupons for free Chic-fil-a breakfast, so we drove all the way to American Fork to get our free food. We paid for our chocolate milks in quarters from our change bag. So sue us, we're poor newlyweds.

Other than that, our days are busy with work, school, evening walks and late night cuddles.
Our apartment is slowly becoming our little home and we love it.
Oh, and once André ate a burger as big as his face.

(I just realized almost all of these pictures are about food. Welp, there you have it)
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