Sunday, July 26, 2009

Family Pictures and an Update

Well, we've been really busy the past few weeks with work. Trav has 3 closings this next month (thanks Nate and Val!) and has gotten a few new listings as well. It's kept him on his toes and out of the house for several evenings. It's nice to have him busy, but sad to not have him home at night. We're just grateful he is seeing success in his hardwork!

Also, we had some fun family pictures with Bree's Family taken while we were up in Evanston over the 4th. We just took the pics ourselves and then had one of Trav's co-workers edit them for us. They turned out pretty good... here's your preview:
This is the One we Used

Here's Some of the Others Just for Fun

So, we're still determining our favorite pic of Trav and I. We need some help deciding which one to use. Leave us a comment and let us know your favorite.... (These aren't edited yet, so they'll look a little better for the actual one)

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Thursday, July 9, 2009

July 4th Weekend

We had a blast this last weekend. We left Friday morning and went to Evanston, our old stomping grounds. We met up with Bree's parents to go on a 50 mile ATV ride. It only rained toward the end, which only made it better to run through the mud puddles.

We then stayed with our good friends Randall and Emily Brown. They just had new twin baby boys. It was great to be able to catch up with them and act like being a daddy. Also, we were able to visit with the Huggins, who we miss a ton, and all our friends in our old ward.

We had the privilage of watching the Evanston firework show once again, and lighting some of our own. Yes... that is a gas can, we had to be true rednecks.

We are encouraging our local friends to try to make it up there next year. Here is a glimpse of what we saw from the Brown's backyard both civilian and city fireworks.

............................We then came back to our home sweet home in Wellsville and had the opportunity to do some "redneck" slip-n-sliding. These are the good old days.