Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Humble Beginnings

Hard to believe that just six years ago Aaron and I called this semi-dilapidated, polynesian-hut-looking, 70's split-level duplex our very own home-sweet-home. As unimpressive as it may look from the outside, we made some very special memories in that home and remember it with fondness.

We took the boys on a brief Sunday drive to revisit a few places of historical significance to our family: our first little home, the BYU campus and lawschool, and the MTC. We promised the boys that we'd return on another day when we had more time to explore, but it was very surreal to imagine our own children living, learning, and training in the same town, same university, and same training center that is so near and dear to us.

2 comments:

Megan and Keli'i said...

What a great post. I love the memories, and that your children will share in the same things and places that you and Aaron both treasure. We take the kids by this house on the point we used to live in. It was 400sf and had holes in the floor. I love humble beginnings. Makes you appreciate what you have later on.

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