Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Ohioans

I thought I would give a little update. We are still in Ohio and I love my job!! I cannot believe the difference it makes in your life whether you like your job or not. I work with students with autism and it is the best job in the world. Matt also loves what he does and sometimes can't get enough of it so we feel extremely blessed.

Other things.
I played with these for a few days this summer while my sister and brother-in-law got tan.

Matt and I also hit 1 year of marital bliss... First year is paper.


We went mountain biking a few times this summer, and now I have a giant bruise on my leg to prove it.

We spent an awesome vacation with Matt's family in the Duluth-ish area in Minnesota by Lake Superior.This is Eric and Catherine.
My little sister finally went off to college. She's getting so big.

We became OSU fans. Purely for two reasons. We don't like being egged or called names or having our tires slashed. And, now I can wear jeans on Friday while wearing a sports shirt... Go Buckeyes!

My wonderful sister Monica and her husband James and family came to visit this weekend! I love being closer to someone in my family, even if the rest of them are so far away.
We spent Saturday at the Delaware (Ohio) County Fair.


This is something the hillbillies call bus racing. Long buses from the dregs of dump yards drive around in figure 8's until they hit into each other.

This is what I call a fat baby.


... It's funny

I think that's a good enough ending right there.

5 comments:

Mo and Jayme said...

yay for fat babies and living 4 1/2 hours from me! The bus races really were the coolest. I'm so glad we could come up!

Analeis Paul said...

Looks like you guys are having fun! I'm so happy you like your job this time around. We need to catch up soon:)

Wiberg 5 said...

Weird. I didn't realize that living in Ohio allowed men to nurse. Is it fun to have a little sister? I think it is.

~j. said...

I went to Delaware, Ohio, once. It was for Drum Major Academy, not a joke.

Speaking of jokes, we spent the whole week saying, "Hi . . . I'm in . . . Delaware." That's a joke from way back when I was young. *stretches and cracks back*

Anonymous said...

who is supposed to care?