Thursday, December 18, 2008


I am so proud of my husband. This past Tuesday he graduated from UNLV with a bachelor's in Kinesiology. He also graduated with a GPA of 3.9 which is magna cum laude. He is the smartest guy I know. We had so much fun and were so happy that his parents and little brother could come from Hawthorne. Also Ryan's older brother and his wife lacey came from Cedar City. My parents also came in for the graduation and to help us move. Thank you to everyone who supported us and helped us move. Here are some pictures of Ryan after he graduated. I am so proud of him.
Also, we moved from Las Vegas on Wednesday. We drove to Hawthorne, NV to spend Christmas with Ryan's family. Around New Year's we will be driving to Logan, UT where we will stay until mid July before we move to Parker, CO for Med school. We are very excited to be starting a new chapter in our lives and are excited for new experiences that we will experience. We are sad to be leaving all of our friends in Vegas but know that we are supposed to be in Colorado. Thank you to everyone who has helped us through in Vegas at our times of need. You all will always be in our hearts and know that we would not be the people we are today with out all of our friends in Vegas. We will miss you all dearly but thank goodness for blogs that help us stay in touch. We love you all!!


Lara said...

Congratulations, Ryan! Why am I not surprised you graduated with such high honors! I hope your trip was okay - I thought about calling you on Wednesday to make sure you guys were okay, but I decided not to bother you -- I really shouldn't think that. Anyway, we miss you and hope you have a Merry Christmas with your families!! Love ya!

Sarah Orme said...

Yay! graduations are long ceremonies but they are the best. Way to go you guys. I am happy you will be in Logan for a while and will be there when we are. You will have a blast and this time will FLY with all the things yall will have going on. Way to go for supporting ryan through im sure his time consuming studies. You deserve a pat on the back as well.

Janssen said...

Congratulations!!!! What an accomplishment!