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I remember everyone telling me that once you get married, you hardly ever see your husband.
With work and school schedules you get dinner and the evening together, then you fall asleep, wake up, and repeat.
Well I'm here to tell you that you really hardly ever see your husband when you marry a football player. 
Summer is nice. 
Not much is happening football related. 
Then Fall camp comes and well... the rest is history.
My amazing husband is currently on a plane that will be landing in Connecticut any minute now.
You better believe I've been praying, and checking my phone every few seconds to see if he's landed. 
The BYU Cougars will be taking on the UCONN Huskies Friday evening and my handsome husband will be returning around 4 in the morning.
Then he'll be on another plane the next weekend.

I'm not trying to sit here and complain because really, I am SO grateful that we get this opportunity.
I'm so grateful for the BYU football program and how much we are loving it so far.
Those boys sure are spoiled ;)
And, I completely support my husband in this dream we both have been dreaming up together since high school. 
I'm just sitting here alone in our condo, eating cookies and cream ice cream, praying my husband is safe, and kinda really wishing he were next to me.

Anyhow, the actual point of this post was to post a few pictures of some of the crafts I did since Hunter was in Fall camp.
I had a whole lot of fun in Michaels, and a whole lot of fun putting my new wreath and sign together. 

Because football season is here, and I am SO beyond proud of all the hard work my husband has put in to be where he is, I decided to make a wreath to show him how happy he makes me and how I'll always be there supporting him. 





The spot above our T.V was looking a bit empty after I took down my seasonal decorations. 
So, I decided to make something to hang for the off seasons!
I am fully aware that my handwriting is well... bad. 
But, I wanted this sign to be in my handwriting to make the verse more personal. 
Also, paint is difficult. 


And, that is all!
I think I'll go make dinner now.

All my love,
Aleigh Joy

p.s. Hunter just texted me, he landed safely. Phew! 


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