So as most of you know by now we moved. I wrote this post the week that we moved but I didn't get around to finishing it. I finally stopped being lazy and now for your pleasure here is my recap of the last 5 1/2 years in Logan:
-It was the first place I lived on my own.
-Logan is where I moved in with 9 girls and cried the whole way up on the day I moved. Some of those girls have become the closest people in my life.
-I've met some of the most incredible people and friends here.
-Logan was where I realized how much my family meant to me and also how much moving out bettered our relationships haha.
-This city is where I came with big dreams and passion for writing, where I learned to despise journalism, and where I slowly have found my fondness for words again.
-Along the way I decided that Logan was getting to small for me which meant I should go be a nanny in NYC.
-I dressed up in more ridiculous outfits in this city than any other place.
-Logan is where I have shed the most tears out of any place in my existence so far (baby years don't count).
-It's where I lost a high school love. Decided love was never going to happen for me (how melodramatic right?). And where I eventually found out what love really was (I got married incase you didn't pick up on that).
This was the day that I first thought "Holy cow, I can see a future with this boy"
-I started working at the Firehouse in Logan out of desperation. It grew to be one of the best and worst jobs of my life and was probably the single factor in Colten and I meeting.
-I got engaged
-I took out my Endowments in the Logan Temple.
-I graduated with a real life college degree.
-Logan is the city that has seen me at my very richest and my very poorest.
-And ultimately it is where we started a marriage.
Without getting anymore sentimental I'll stop there. I did enjoy my time in Logan. I grew so much from that person I was at 18 and fresh out of high school. Logan will always be a part of my life (that's what I get for marrying a Cache Valley boy). There had been times where I despised the closed-off Cache Valley and needed to break out, but over time I grew to love the little things of the valley and the person I had become because of it.
I am excited/terrified for this new change in our life but can't help but look back on all of the happy things I've experienced so far.