So here's the deal.
I ended the school year, packed up my house, searched for a job, planned a wedding and got married a few weeks later, jetted to the Virgin Islands for a fabulous honeymoon, visited the fam bam in Tennessee for a week and moved to Tucson, Arizona.
I need like 15 naps.
Which sounds kind of bratty because I'm pretty sure the rice farmers in China used to work like 20 hour days.
We have been unpacking, returning doubles of gifts and buying all other little necessities. Sean knew we needed to break away from it all and wanted to go camping at Mount Lemmon for the night. He starts med school in a week (eeeek!!) and I know this will be the last break he'll get pretty much for the rest of his entire life so I want him to do whatever he wants the next few days.
I am not nature girl. In fact, I wrote this post about how I'd totally rock surviving in the wild and learned quickly that no one else thought I could. I try so hard to be a cool mountain person but it's just not going to happen. I warned Sean about 74,028 times before we got married because if anyone should go on Man vs. Wild, it should be him.
Regardless, I can always camp out for one night and enjoy it. Last night was beautiful and we had a lot of fun!
Prickly Pears are my favorite. Reminded me of my cute 4th graders and learning about biomes. Nerd alert!
Sean was so prepared. He said he's never felt more pressure to go camping because he was scared I would never go again if he didn't get everything right. Didn't know I was that intimidating. Awesome.
Oh, and dinner was so good I just drooled on my keyboard looking at this. Thanks mom & dad for the grill! Sean's in love.
We celebrated getting our home unpacked by sleeping somewhere else...
Oh and apparently I think I'm a National Geographic photographer now? Bug pics? What the heck?
I like this Tucson place and I love new adventures. Here's to the next 4 years in our new city!