Friday, August 24, 2012

To the East...

So...the last few weeks have been eventful!

I took my last class, and my last final, at BYU.

I graduated!  I got to play a piano piece at the Honors program luncheon.  The main campus event was remarkably short (only an hour!).  I played the organ for the College of Fine Arts and Communications event (which went well, but was far to early in the morning...).

Beth and I moved—across the country!  We traveled with Jason and Natalie from Utah to North Platte, Nebraska, to Keokuk, Iowa (to spend a day in Nauvoo!!!), to Columbus, Ohio.  While in Nauvoo we did a session and baptisms in the Nauvoo Temple, what a great day!  After Columbus, we headed to Warrenton, and they headed toward Boston.  Currently we are staying with my folks until we move into DC.

Family reunion times.  Beth got her first taste of an Evans family gathering, and she liked it!  We had fun playing games, telling funny stories, and going to the lake.

Beth and I celebrated our first anniversary.  How time flies!  I can hardly believe a year has passed.  We went to Charlottesville and enjoyed seeing Old Town.  Then we spent a day with our friends, the Jenkins, traveling along the old Route 11.

Now we are in the house-hunting, school-preparing, etc stage.  Beth starts classes Tuesday, and I begin on Wednesday.  We have lots of orientation-esque things next week.  We've ordered textbooks.  Now all we need is a place to live...  And two jobs...

Life is great!

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