Wednesday, September 30, 2009


I don't have any bridal or wedding photos printed. On Saturday I was going to print one of these puppies off for my parents and for Scott T's birthday, but every printing shop in PC was closed on Saturday. ugh. Wedding stuff still isn't over....
Speaking of birthdays, Adam is a little upset that for the REST of our lives, he will have to share his birthday week with me and his Dad. That's right, our birthdays are the 25th, 26th, and 27th of September. This has become quite a problem because birthdays are a pretty big deal in the Buie household. I've really never seen anything quite like it. Shrines I tell you, Shrines.

All in all it was a wonderful birthday weekend, and in the end freshly manicured nails, new minnetonkas, and a coconut cream pie made erin lee one happy girl ;)

Sunday, September 27, 2009

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My whole life my Mom has thought my Dad's Birthday was December 23rd. It's actually December 22nd.
I promise I will never forget your Birthday, Husband. I love you.
xo, Sweets.

And no Mom, I don't think this is bad, I think it's hilarious.

Friday, September 25, 2009



Last year for my Birthday I woke up alone, went and had a wonderful facial by the ever-so-talented Emily, went to lunch with Adam, then went to his house and made-out on the love sac. Isn't making out in the middle of the day kinda weird??? Anyway, we drove up to Park City and my family surprised me with a beautiful new cruiser (which I have yet to ride). We celebrated with family and friends and ate coconut cream pie until the cows came home.
This year I hope to wake up next to my Addy, meet up with Emily, go out to eat with my new husband, make-out (why not??), drive to Park City, and spend the night with my family and friends-all while eating coconut cream pie. I might even take my bike out for a spin ;)
It's crazy to think how much my life has changed the past year, but I love that my Birthday will always feel the same ;)
Goodbye 24, Hello 25.

Thursday, September 24, 2009


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Remember Daniel? If you've ever seen 'Father of the Bride', he was my Franck. Not only did he do my announcements, he photographed and edited my engagement and bridal photos--all while traveling between Ecuador and Japan (seriously). Did I mention he also performed and sang at our wedding?? I owe him everything and i'm so thankful he was such a big part of the whole planning process. Sometimes you drive me crazy Daniel-but we were all a little sad when we had to say goodbye ;( We love you and are so grateful to have you in our lives! MUAH!
E & A

Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Umm.....yes please.

Friday, September 18, 2009

If Beyonce gets to be Sasha Fierce, then I get to be Lela Rose.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Formula for Happiness

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Red Vintage Perscription Glasses
Mimi's Convertible
1 very happy bug-eyed girl ;)

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

my guys.

I wish our wedding day went in slow-motion.
I wish I would have payed more attention to our wedding ceremony instead of looking at Adam and giggling. I wish I ate 2 pieces of my wedding cake instead of 1. I wish I burried my head in the floral centerpieces, and I wish I went in the kitchen when the chef was preparing the meals and slapped his butt in approval.
Oh, and I wish I didn't safety pin the top half of my dress to my spanx so I could have peed.

I wish it didn't go by so fast.

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The highlight of the night was watching these boys perform a little surprise for us. When I saw them all standing up there in their bow ties and suspenders in a dance formation-I got a little nervous.

But it made our night.
And yes, I will post a link to it as soon as I can.

Thank you boys. I love you all-even though I found out you opened all of our wedding gifts then re-wrapped them on the drive back to Utah...

xo, E

Friday, September 11, 2009

One Month Down....

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Things i've learned about my husband in the past month that I didn't know about the past year and a half:
1. I am a trophy wife in training. Not only does he have some greys sprouting from his temples-he also insisits on buying old man butter. The white kind in the tub with zero-none-zippo! cholesterol. This was kindof an issue-I registered for a cute butter dish! And lets not talk about the kink he has in his back as of yesterday...
I'm just waiting for him to throw ensure into our grocery cart.
2. He is also a little boy. He sings me a song every morning in a little kid voice and pouts and flales his arm when he doesn't get his way. regular butter = pout & arm flale.
3. Shoes. Wow, shoes. I mean, I knew he owned a lot of shoes-but this fetish is unbelievable. The other day there were 6 pairs lying next to our bed. 6!? Don't even get me started on the tupperware bins...
4. He is very clean. Despite the clothes and, ahem, shoes lying around the bedroom-he is always cleaning and tidying our little abode and helping with the laundry and dishes.
5. He's a real BOY. He takes 2 minutes to get ready every morning and always leaves the seat up-this has become quite a problem because apparently it's giving me nightmares.
6. He scratches my back practically in his sleep. Could there possibly be anything better?!
7. Now i've known this from the beginning, but he is always thinking of things to do--it's nice marrying someone who has more friends than I do acquaintances.
8. He is a dream-reader. But we already established that.
9. Adjusting to married life with him has been so extremely easy and fun-I couldn't ask for anything more! Well, maybe some cute couches-but that's it ;)

Thursday, September 10, 2009

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sofa or mortgage payment...


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Midway is for Lovers.

Adam absolutely HATES having his picture taken--especially having to pose in pictures with me. (You can imagine how delightful our wedding day was). He tends to pull this 4 year-old "I-have-to-pee-I-don't-want-my-picture-taken!" face :
...but he apparently has no problem taking pictures with FROGS.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

I dreamed a dream

I have long, detailed, VIVID dreams almost every single night, and I wake up every morning confused, racking my brain trying to figure out the significance of these strange dreams! I long to visit a wizard-like lady with a lot of cats, and sit in her home while listening to her interpret the meaning of my dreams, and maybe play with the ouija board-but isn't that against my religion?
SOOO, I have this reoccuring dream that I am in a huge bathroom (a different one each time) with 100 stalls, and I need to go to the bathroom-but every time I open the door to a stall, the toilet is disgusting and dirty and the seat is usually missing. This particular dream took a strange turn when I found myself stuck in a house with an old creepy man without legs chasing me like a gorilla trying to chop MY legs off. Interesting, I know.

Lucky for me, I married a dream-reader.

I wrote him an e-mail at work the other day asking him what he thinks all of this means, and without missing a beat, he responds with this:

Hey sweet cheeks,
My day is going good. How’s yours? The toilet dream is because I keep on leaving the seat up, the chopped off legs one is because we saw that woman cruising her dog in the park on her high powered rascal with her legs cut off. Hope this helps and also hope that you’re having a great day too.

Love ur guts,
Adam B.

PHEW! What would I do without him??? ....

Friday, September 4, 2009

Back to Life. Back to Reality.
I was anxious to come home, look at all my weddings pics and get back to REALITY--tho I feel I have neglected this poor blog, and hope to make it up to you with all of these lovelies I have discovered and saved in my inbox over the past little while:

My not-so-new favorite blog oh, hello friend makes me want to hibernate in my windowless bedroom for days and wrap little pretties such as these. Creepy? No, Crafty.
Now I don't know if I would wear a flower the size of Australia on my shirt, but these (not-so-little) gems make me want to re-do my engagements, AND would make my body look really tiny. Thank you, Emerson Made. You are like J Crew on steroids.

In my next life i'm going to be a seamstress/upholsterer (is that a word?) and spend my days making my own clothes and covering old furniture with the most beautiful life-altering fabrics one could ever lay their eyes on. For now, I would just like to purchase this ever-so-lovely couch from here.
I wanted to use this idea for my own wedding-but thought it was a little more shower-ish. Anybody getting married soon???
Something I can't live without is a CALENDAR. I bought this one on etsy last year, and love it-but not as much as I think I would love this one. Only $12 on overstock!

HAppy BirThDay eriN lee ?????

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


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I cried almost the entire flight to Mexico-I just thought of our wedding the night before and cried cried cried. It was so wonderful. The girl next to me on the plane kept handing me tissues. (I'm sorry I embarrassed you Adam)
I was fine once we landed, and so our honeymoon began...

I loved cuddling you and kissing your cute dimple every night. I loved swimming with the sea turtles with you. I love playing lifeguard with you at night in the pool. I loved when you posed like a body builder. I loved riding the scooter all over Isla de Mujeres with you. I loved that it poured rain all over us. I loved how after introducing yourself to every Mexican, they all asked if my name was "Eve". I love that you wouldn't let me buy the $6 dollar haribo gummy bears. I love that we yelled in the echo-dome in the Houston airport. I love that one day you decided from that day forward you would just call me "sexy". I love that you speak spanish, and I love that my favorite part of the whole honeymoon was cuddling with you and watching iron chef.
I loved our luna de miel and I love being your wifey.


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

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The Temple was beautiful. I couldn't have asked for a more perfect day. Being married in the San Diego Temple was very significant to me-Driving to the Temple the morning of the wedding I was able to see the place I was born and the place I would be married within seconds of one another. I am so lucky to have the family and friends that I do, and even tho Adam says he got the better end of the deal, I beg to differ ;)