I promise I will get back to all of the updates soon, but I want to take a break from all of that. Today Carson and I have been married for a month. Yay! In that time we have learned some valuable lessons, so we thought we should share them.
- Never put a large bed against a wall - that side of the bed will require the moves of a rhythmic gymnast to make. Moves neither of us have.
- Buy a plunger before it becomes absolutely necessary. And before your local Target runs out of them. And before it's Sunday.
- Objects displace water. Very large objects displace a very large amount of water.
- In a snow storm, many objects - mattresses, large pictures, snowboards - can catch the wind and act as sails. Beware. Especially when going up stairs.
- People buy wedding gifts from very....um...unique places. Of course we are grateful for any gift we get.
- Ikea is a great place to buy projects to keep husbands quiet (or swearing) for hours.
- Even with all of the rope, manipulation, and imagination in the world, our sectional will never fit into or on top of my mom's Honda Pilot. Bummer.
- Girls don't cry to all chick flicks. And they don't appreciate it when boys pretend to cry "for emotional support."