Saturday, May 9, 2009

We are now in D.C!

Today, my internet was finally set up, so I can now blog about our new residency...College Park, Maryland! We are now living in a suburb of D.C, and it has been so much fun! This is definitely the most "culture shock" we have had in all three years of being a part of Platinum! Their lifestyle here is very on-the-go. Busy, Busy, Busy!

Our ride out was suprisingly great! We hadn't had a lot of time this past year to just talk since I was so busy with work. So, we took the trip as an oppertunity to catch up and just talk! This is one of our favorite things to do, and it was long overdue!

Dustin has really seemed to enjoy selling out here. He is doing very well, and I am so proud of him for having the ambition to endure another summer. It is a great job, but definitely one of the hardest and most exhausting jobs Dustin has ever had!

The "wives" all took a couple of hours to go to D.C where we were able to go to the Jefferson Memorial! It was amazing, although, it made it difficult to enjoy the wonderful views with all of the RAIN we had that day. When it rains here, it pours! Mari had come to visit earlier that day so she was kind enough to take a few of us to D.C with her on her way home. Josh and Mari are currently living here, and it is so nice to be close to them! On the way home, we all rode the metro, which I have never done before. It was very interesting, and it is amazing how the metro system works! You can go just about anywhere on one!

Well, I will be sure to update everyone on our D.C Adventures throughout the summer. We hope everyone is doing well, and we would love to hear from all of you! Love you guys!And...Happy Mother's Day to all of you wonderful mothers!

A little family picture before we head off...

A little squirrel we fed when we stopped to eat in Kansas. He was so fat and cute:)

Us wifey's at the Jefferson Memorial!

The Jefferson Memorial

1 comment:

Corey and Arleen Jensen said...

Looks like fun. I can't wait. Hopefully it won't rain while we're there. I am glad you made it with no mis-haps. See you in a couple weeks.