So, now that it is all in the past (thank goodness) I have been able to do some actual research about renter’s rights, both nationally and within the State of Utah. Here are the rights that I now know I have as a renter that I wish I would have known before the flooding, but hope I never have to assert in the future. … More Renter’s Rights–What I Wish I Would Have Known
Friday night we were evacuated from our hotel. It was about midnight and the whole thing lasted about 45 minutes. However, it made for a long night as the little one’s sleep schedule was completely thrown off and being out after dark surrounded by strangers was, I am sure, unsettling for her. I am grateful … More Crazy Follows Us
So far this blog has been pretty heavy. With unemployment and flooding we have had a lot of “fun”, as my mom would say. So, I’ve decided that today’s post will be a bit light hearted. Today I give you my list of things I love about living in a hotel. Minimalist living. Our hotel suite is … More I Could Get Used To This
Just when we thought things would calm down we became displaced, but not homeless. … More Displaced…Not Homeless
The phrase “From the ashes of disaster grow the roses of success” especially stood out to me. Well, we planted the seeds of the roses of success while the ashes were still hot burning embers. … More From the Ashes of Disaster Grow the Roses of Success
When Brandon and I were first married Brandon had trouble sleeping. He had been having trouble sleeping since about 9th grade. Of course, now that he had a new wife, his trouble sleeping became my trouble sleeping. Something had to be done. We had a number of theories about the cause of his sleep troubles and finally he … More “Ask the Bishop”: Why We Met With Our Bishop When We Didn’t Need Help
We spent the rest of the day discussing the pros and cons of fighting. OK, let’s be honest…I spent the day weighing the pros and cons. … More Is The Fight Worth It?
This is not how I ever wanted a phone call between my husband, Brandon, and I to begin. But sometimes fears, big ones, become reality. … More A Surprize New Beginning