I just wanted to say thanks to all of our friends and family for your love, support, and prayers on our behalf. We are so blessed to have all of you in our lives and we appreciate all that you do and love you all very much!
I finally decided to have a scope done to see if I had endometriosis on Tuesday. Everything went well. I remember moving onto the operating table and asking them if they had already given me something. He said yes. The next thing I knew it I was back in my room very tired and my body felt so heavy. You would think as a nurse this whole experience wouldn't be that scary or new but it was. Other than getting my tonsils out when I was 2 and my wisdom teeth out when I was 16 or so, this was my first true experience with surgery. Kinda weird to be on the other end. The good news is that I don't have any endometriosis and everything else looked great in there. He could even tell I had just ovulated. Weird. The bad news is that we are finally facing the fact that In Vitro is going to be our last chance of having a family. I was worried that maybe I had endometriosis because we have been trying to get pregnant for over 3 years now with no luck and my mom and my grandma both had it. At least we know now. I just wish there was a better way to diagnose it other than surgery. It's kinda expensive and I don't really like my scar :( Oh well. Life goes on right?
Every year for Easter, we usually go to Snow Canyon Park with Luke's family and have a picnic on Saturday. Unfortunately the weather was bad so we went to his grandma's house instead. Our nephew Halen is a pretty good little ball player.
Just Hangin out in the backyard.
Later that evening we went to my mom's house for a cake/easter egg decorating extravaganza. It was actually a lot of fun.
Some of our festiveness
Our lovely egg cake. It didn't exactly turn out how we'd planned.
We had a contest and gave the eggs awards
I got most creative and most colorful :)
Some of the other awards
Some other exciting news. Bryce and his girlfriend got engaged that night too! Yeah! They are getting married May 23rd I believe. I snapped a pic while they were taking their engagement photos.
Luke and I met in St. George while attending DSC. We were married in June 2003. We lived in St. George until October 2007 then we moved to Cedar. Luke is working for Iron County. I work as an RN at the hospital on the medical/surgical floor. We bought a house and are enjoying having a bigger house and a yard. We don't have any kids yet, but hope to soon! We have a Siamese cat named Tora and a Border Collie named Shelby that we love very much!