After we came home, Mack decided to grow out his mustache. It may be a little hard to see, but its there. This is right before he shaved it off. This is a whole weeks worth of growing. I thought he looked like a French man.
We started school and since then have moved down back into Wymount, the married student housing at BYU. It has been a challenge to get used to this apartment because we have no AC (but we do have heat), no kitchen pantry, no doors for our bedroom closet, no counter space for our microwave (its on the ground in our kitchen), and only one closet in the whole place that is currently housing boxes, bags, coats, a vacuum, school supplies, laundry stuff, and bathroom toiletries. Oh and I forgot luggage stuffed with blankets and towels.
Mack got back into golf over the summer and has been going twice a week for the past month. Its starting to get too cold now for him to go. This is the golf corner of our living room. He has his clubs, balls, and golf shoes all in our living room. I couldn't ask for better decorations.
I will be graduating in April and Mack will be finishing his associate degree from Salt Lake Community College in the summer. Next fall we will be moving up to Ogden so Mack can finish his degree at Weber State University. Its not hard to get into Weber, but he got his offical acceptance letter at the end of September. I'm so proud! He is going to do a Technical Sales degree. We are really excited!
I have been on the job hunt for a while and I finally got hired at The Brick Oven as a hostess. Mack's cousin Kyle is a supervisor there and having that connection probably was the only reason I got the job. Here is my name tag. This is the easiest job I have ever done. I just have to get the right amount of menus, take the party to their table, handout the menus, and say the specials. That is it. I don't even have to clean up at the end of the night! I love it.
That is the lastest with Mack and I. Sorry it's been forever. We'll try to be better.