Friday, April 18, 2008

NIght Shifts and Umping

Well we made it through my first week of night shifts and Justin's first couple weeks of umping baseball and softball. We're both really really tired. What do you expect? It's been fun watching Justin practice in front of the mirror. I get a little worried sometimes that he'll scare the neighbors shouting "STRRIIKE THRREEE!!" or "OOOUUT!!", (except you really can't understand the words, it's all just big, loud, scary mumbles... I guess it's supposed to be that way). It's much better to see a game in action, which I've already had the chance to do on my day off.

Anyways, summer semester starts for Justin on Monday where he'll be working hard on his marketing emphasis. Cross your fingers for him in his International Economics class! : s

Monday, April 7, 2008

Our first post

OK, everyone who's been bugging us about starting our blog, here it is. The snow up here is finally starting to melt (now I just jinxed it) and it's getting into the high 40's pretty much everyday. It's still too cold for me though. I'm excited to be moving (hopefully somewhere warm) in December.

That's right, I said December! Justin is going to school year round to finish classes in just 8 more months. After that, all that's left is his internship which, as perviously mentioned, is hopefully somewhere warm. We are really hoping for Albuquerque, so cross your fingers for us.

I'm still the "sugar mama" of the family, working hard at the hospital in the NICU. I start orienting night shifts next week and I'm not terribly excited about it. Oh well, I'll get used to the nocturnal life.

Another exciting thing that's new for us... Justin will start officiating high school softball and baseball this week! He's done basketball for years and now he's jumping into the world of Umping. His first game is Varsity Softball in Idaho Falls.

Wow, when I started typing, I thought I would have nothing to say. Guess I proved myself wrong!