Thursday, June 27, 2013

Mowage Mowage is what bwings us togevah today...

Hello family and friends.... I would like to RE-introduce myself. I am Taylynn Borovatz. What to the what?! Can I get a Woot Woot?

That's right ladies and gents. We totally got hitched. Thank you for all that came to celebrate with us. We had a blast and were lucky to have you there! This post will totally be a photo overload, mostly because who gets sick of looking at themselves?!.... JOKE!

The ceremony was lovely. Everything was perfect! We haven't received the official wedding photos back, but here are some we have collected from friends and family, or that we took ourselves....

After we tied the knot and celebrated by getting drunk off punch and dancing like maniacs, Ian took the old ball and chain (That's me) to an amazing suite at Grand America Hotel.

Wanna know the best part?

Free slippers and robes... :)

We grabbed brunch the next morning, cleaned off the car.. (thank you all for the lovely additions to it. It was definitely an upgrade) and ran back to his parents to grab our luggage and head over to the airport.

We had an awesome layover in L.A. 
Awesome as in sucked monkey butt. 12 hours..... ahem, you heard correctly. 12 freaking hours! We ended up just getting a hotel for the night and taxing back to the hotel the next morning for our final leg.

But boy was our wait (and 12 hour layover) worth it!! Cabo was awesome. 

We parasailed, hiked to the arch, went shopping, got massages on the beach, and pretty much did what ever the freak we wanted! What more could you ask for on a vacation...or a honeymoon?

And I kid you not, they made the most AMAZING french toast  you will ever dream of eating. Kind of ironic you would have to go to Mexico to get the best french toast in the world....but believe me, it would be completely worth it.

The only hitch we had on the honeymoon was the awesome genius move I made by leaving my brand new iPhone 5 on the seat of the taxi from the airport to our hotel. Never in a million years would you think I would get that back. Not in Mexico. 
Well guess what? You guessed wrong! 
We luckily had a receipt from the taxi that told us the company we used and the taxi number. We had the front desk of the hotel call the company and no joke, the taxi driver brought it BACK!!! Don't worry, we gave him a good ol' tip for his services. 
Counting our MANY blessings!

Well, our lives are staying super busy! Ian has a Spartan race on Saturday and I am riding in a bike tour next Thursday. We have 4th of July coming up, a family reunion and we move to Idaho weekend of the 12th. 
Holy Crazy Batman!

We want to thank you all again for your love and support on our amazing Day! We love you all! Please make sure to come see us before we move or else we plan on seeing you at our Boise doorstep soon!

Here is a beautiful poem quoted to us by our sealer during our ceremony....

“I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart) I am never without it (anywhere
I go you go,my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing, my darling)
I fear no fate (for you are my fate,my sweet) I want no world (for beautiful you are my world,my true)
and it's you are whatever a moon has always meant and whatever a sun will always sing is you

here is the deepest secret nobody knows
(here is the root of the root and the bud of the bud and the sky of the sky of a tree called life; which grows
higher than the soul can hope or mind can hide)
and this is the wonder that's keeping the stars apart

I carry your heart (I carry it in my heart)”
― E.E. Cummings

Monday, June 10, 2013

You may call me Dr. Borovatz

Hello again everyone!

Man, how time flies! Can you believe we have 5 days til the wedding?! 5 freaking DAYS! I haven't been counting down the hours yet, but if you are so inclined to know, ask my mom. She has been keeping track. (I think she secretly wants me married off.)

So for those of you who have ever planned a wedding, I am sure you can relate. The last couple weeks are insane! Luckily we have all the "big things" done so this week will be spent putting all the little things we need together.

Oh, and don't worry. We got a DOCTOR in the house!! Wuz up!? Ian graduated with his Doctorate in Pharmacy and Masters in Business last Saturday. What a freaking stud! Don't even get me started on how much work the poor guy has had to do the last 7 years!! Holy Cow Batman!

Getting his march on!

The Parental Units

So proud of him!

Forever classmates, Forever Friends

We were able to attend his graduation dinner last Thursday at La Caille and Ian was rewarded the "Mostly Likely to Find the Next Great Pharmacy Chain" (which is very fitting of course, since he does want to eventually open his own pharmacy) and he was given 100 grand!!! HOLY COW!! ... But thus it was candy bars people..... When they announced it, my eyes lit up too. I thought we would be paying off student loans a lot faster than originally planned, but I guess pigging out on chocolaty junk is the second best thing.

All gussied up

Like a Boss!

Love that mug!

Fancy Shmancy Dinner!

Good Times with Good Friends! 

Well our crazy lives have already started! But you know us, no matter how crazy we get, we still fit in our occasional date night. 

We hope to see everyone at the wedding on Saturday! If  you didn't get an invite, consider this as a personal request from us to be there!! Thanksgiving point at 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm in the Loggia Gardens!

"May you live all the days of your life"- Jonathan Swift