Thursday, March 19, 2009

Nine Years!

I know, I know--sweet picture! You all wish you looked so good on your wedding day (LOL)! We both can't believe how young we looked--I guess nine years really is a long time! And Scott with his Marine Corps regulation haircut. Nice. Our anniversary was March 14. I must say, it has been one crazy ride! Who knew that summer we met as EFY counselors would lead us here!! Only a little has happend-me graduating from Utah State, Scott sent to California with the Marine Corps, and later the war in Iraq where he was shot, Scott coming back graduating from Weber State, backpacking through Europe, moving to Ohio, having Hannah and Charlie, and arriving to where we are today in Arizona. I never would have imagined all we've been through! I really was lucky to have Scott to go through it with and I wouldn't change a thing! He really has been the best thing for me and the best friend.
So this anniversary was probably the best one we've had! Scott planned out a whole getaway to Sedona and surprised me! He seriously had an itinerary, and it was a blast! Sedona is beautiful. I couldn't believe the red rock towers--and they really were towers! It was amazing.

This is a panorama of some of the red rock--doesn't do the picture justice on a small screen.

Scott found a great bed and breakfast and hired a babysitter to watch the kiddos. We went mountain biking--too bad we are NOT in the same shape we were in nine years ago! I was so sore!

Whoa! What a Hottie!--and with that helmet...Yummmm :) (okay but he really is hot!)

Then he researched all the jeep tours and decided to take us on a trail called broken arrow on a pink jeep tour. I had heard about pink jeep tours and I was really excited to go.

I love all the people in this picture (okay not them personally, just that they are there!). It shows how tall the red rock was!

We were seriously going straight down here, it was really fun!

We finished up the night by going to eat at a restaurant called Elote. I had a chile relleno--I'm not sure if I have ever eaten anything so delicious!

The next day we went and visited some indian ruins where cliff dwelling indians once lived.

This is not the unstable ruins (I know it would have been cooler if it was, but we followed the rules and only went in the ones we were allowed in).

It was a fun trip with my best bud!