Monday, January 19, 2015

Green Valley Hospital

Friday afternoon I headed down to Tucson to visit my hard-working husband!
He was working the Saturday shift so we decided that I'd go visit and hang out in Green Valley for the day. I love visiting Tyler's projects, I think it is so fun to watch him work and do his thing. It's neat being able to see the progress of a building, I'm so bad at trying to picture what it will look like when it's done, but it's sure fun to see it all in the works! 

While Tyler was giving me the grand tour, I got to meet a few of his subcontractors. After we were done walking the site, Tyler got a call from one of those subcontractors, Tony. He asked if we could come meet him, that he wanted to show me something. We met up and he pulled out his phone to show me a photo. He explained that when he saw me, he immediately thought of his daughter who passed away 2 years ago. He said that she was my same size, and she dressed in jeans and boots just like I was. It was so sweet to see his eyes light up as he talked about her and as he showed me different photos. I was so honored that I was able to remind this man of his daughter, and I was so humbled that he was willing to share her with me. He said, "I was going to wait and see if we just ran into each other again for me to show you, but my heart was so heavy I had to call!" Seriously, made my day!!

 showing me how a hospital works // patient room

 view from the roof

 doing my part..sweeping Ty's office // labeling each room 

After a hard-day's work, we hopped on our bikes and headed up towards the mountains behind the hospital. It was a pretty grueling ride for me, I didn't realize how uphill it was until we had turned around and were speeding back down to the car! I love riding with Tyler, I'm so grateful he introduced me to the sport. I think every couple needs a sport or hobby that they are able to do together. 

It was fun to be able to get down to Ty's project and see all his work from the past few months. I'm so grateful for the hard-worker that he is, and for his willingness to provide for our family. He sure is the best!! 

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