In June we went to Moab with the family. We rented a condo for a few days and saw a lot of cool things. My favorite was waking up before sunrise and driving to dead horse point. We watched the sunrise over the look out and were the only people there. It was breath taking. We went to Arches and Canyon lands and went on a few little hikes.
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Well I told myself that I was going to be better about blogging. I say that then I think about writing something and feel totally overwhelmed but I guess I just have to start somewhere. So in April we went Back East. It was a blast! Troy and I visited Chicago, Greendale Wisconsin, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Carlisle PA and Washington D.C. Did I mention that it was a blast? We saw so many things and visited Amy's family and my parents on a mission (who are back as of July).
Here is where the rainforest comes into play. As we all know, on the subway we can find God's choicest creations. It was such a time in DC with Amy's family on the subway that we found ourselves crammed up against a 6'5" transvestite. The subway was packed and we were all sweating our brains out. He was wearing a sleeveless dress, had make up, pumps, long hair and nail polish the whole sha-bang. I was trying not to stare but it was so consuming. Anyway it was so funny to watch peoples reactions as the realized that he in fact was a man. People were slowing taking a step back here and there from the tranny taking away any extra room there was. It was then that Amy chimes up "It feels like a rainforest in my pants". Needless to say everyone took another step toward the tranny. Anyway, Enjoy a few pics.
Hancock Building Chicago
Millwaukee with the Folks
Sister Sarah's grave in Maryland
Juni and Sean
Me and my sister Amy
I am just stating for the record that yes I was very pregnant. :)
A cute pic my sister Amy drew of me on the subway
T-rizz and Juni
Washington DC Zoo
Alex cooked us an awesome dinner