Monday, May 30, 2011

Thursday, May 19, 2011

New Job?

For those of you who didn't know, Rob had a phone interview with SUU on Tuesday for an International Student Coordinator position (or something like that).  He got a call today for a second interview for next Thursday.  They want him to go down to SUU for the interview so they can meet him and show him campus and then take him out for an early dinner (his interview isn't until 2 p.m.).  So we'll probably make a little day trip of it.  I have some friends down there, so I'll just hang out with them while Rob is interviewing and getting fed (jealous).  Rob is excited about this opportunity for a new job and more experience, but we're both a little hesitant to leave Logan ... if he gets offered the job.  We LOVE Logan, and would be sad to leave it and would miss our friends.  Plus, we'd be farther from family.  But still, this is actually an awesome opportunity for Rob.  That's all for now!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Singapore here I come!

I'm 12 whole hours away from the biggest adventure of my life. Y'all enjoy this nice photo I took of a Utah valley sunset until I can post a Singapore sunset.

P.s. Y'all can follow my Singapore adventures at

Monday, May 9, 2011


In case you didn't see the post on my blog, here are the pics I took of our food this weekend. I'm mad I forgot to get a pic of Rob's chicken balls (oh dear! hahah).

Everything tasted awesomesauce!!!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Today while Blake and Todd were working on the kitchen floor (see the Pic)
Todd goes out to the driveway to cut a piece flooring,when he comes in he says
that there is sure a lot of bees by the tramp. He wasn't kidding. Sometime around 1 pm
a zillion bees showed up, also a police officer. I guess these bees had been at the school and decided to make a swarm underneath our trampoline. So, I in my infinite wisdom, call the extension office and boy were they excited. They told me not to let anyone bother them and they would be over to get them. By now there are 3 policemen and numerous neighbors and the elementary school principal all here watching this clump of bees.
After about an hour an interesting looking man shows up, puts one of those boxes that bees live in, puts on one of those face over things and then.........with his bare hands, drops that clump of bees into the box. He then tells us that they all won't go in the box for a while and that he would come back later. He also gave us a little lesson on bees. Ask me about it sometime. Needless to say, our house was the hot spot or should I say a beehive of activity today (he, he, he).