Monday, September 20, 2010

and then there were 3...

We're still here! Just kicking in C-town. It's starting to become autumn here and it's gorgeous. The weather is perfect and the leaves are just starting to change. B-E-A-utiful!

So what have we been doing lately you may ask? Well, Andrew started school at Case about a month ago.

first day of school, he was so excited about his new backpack
they grow up so fast *tear


this is Nankaimo (sp?) he was in need of a sitter for a weekend while his parents went to Chicago
(he had sooo much energy, Rhonda help me)


this is how our front room typically looks. Luckily no one ever comes to our house.
If you can't tell those are Reese's peanut butter cup wrappers on the table. So addicting.
We've been watching a lot of Netflix/Hulu lately including...


I know, I know. Bachelor Pad? Seriously?
Don't judge, I get real bored looking for a job all day.

and soon we will add this to the list
be still my heart

back to non-tv life...

We went to the John Johnson farm

and Historic Kirtland
where I ran into a sister missionary who I knew at UVU (a boy I worked with was in love with her, don't tell) and a return missionary who served in Orem. Yes, that is correct, he served in Orem. Weird.

and the Kirtland Temple owned by the Community of Christ, very interesting.

John, Andrew's brother, got his mission call last week! Woot woot!
He is going to the Milan, Italy mission.
As you may recall we just got back from Italy and actually spent almost 2 weeks in John's mission.
We hated Milan. The heat, the mosquitos, let's just say we weren't planning on going back there any time soon. That's why all of the heckling in the video, we really are excited for him though. He is going to be the most amazing missionary. We love you John!

the video is terrible because I am filming the computer screen as we are gchatting but you get the gist.


But most important, Andrew and I have an announcement.
You might want to sit down for this.

We are adding a new member to the family very soon.
His name is Sir Rudyard Kipling II

look at that tush!!!

one proud papa
(notice the gargoyles, nice)

He's only 3 weeks right now so we still have to wait another 3 1/2 weeks but Linda, the breeder, let us go see him on Saturday. He is beautiful and we are estatic to take our little guy home! She still has 2 females left if anyone is looking for an English Bulldog.

Ciao for now!


4 comments:

Stacey said...

Yea for Milan! That was where Drew served his mission...

Greg & Whit said...

I love Lie to Me, it is great! Don't worry, I watch wayyy to much tv!

The Evers said...

Hey Krystal, we are excited for your newest addition, what a cute little thing indeed! If I were to get a dog, that would be the one! Also I loved catching up on your fun life! Just a tad jealous, glad you guys are doing so great! Hope school continues to be great and you find a job soon!

PJ Evers said...

One of Drew's qoutes about serving in Milan - "Tough mission, but he'll eat really really good!"