Friday, September 22, 2017

Starting New


In the past 6 months I got engaged, bought a house, got married, quit my old job, quit my new job, and everything that goes along with all of that! Pretty crazy, right? I think I can safely say that most everything has changed, and it didn't feel right picking up my old blog where I left off - so new life, new blog!

I planned to blog throughout my engagement, but I seriously had no time. We were only engaged for 3 months which really isn't too short to plan a wedding, but in those 3 months, we also bought a house which was quite time consuming in and of itself.

I feel like I'll have to spend some time catching you guys up with everything that has happened in the past 6 months since so much happened in such a short time! I'm just now starting to catch my breath after being married for just over 3 months, but I'm very excited to get to start sharing all of those things with you here! So welcome to Saylor!


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8 comments:

BlaineC2040 said...

Welcome back to the wonderful world of blogging!

Anonymous said...

Excited to read!

Sydnie Oleman said...

So glad you are blogging again!

Rebeca Vegara said...

I think jordan said somewhere that you made your own dress? I would LOVE to hear about that!

Emma Kate said...

So excited about the new blog!!

Brooke Pinyan said...

I'm excited that you are blogging again! Can't wait to see what you have in store.

Charis Rae said...

So excited for your new blog, Sara! :)

Unknown said...

Hi, Sara! I was looking at your different (old) articles from your past blog and am wanting to try new things with my (somewhat frizzy) curly hair. However, I'm allergic to coconut (thus, coconut oil) and don't know what to use in replace of that! Help!!

Also, thanks for your blog posts! I have been trying to be more healthy and natural lately and your posts have helped encourage me to be so! I was wondering if you could do a post on what veggies/fruits are in season when? I grew up in the country (loved it!) but didn't have a farm or garden so I'm clueless when it comes to in season/out of season.

Thanks again! God bless!