Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Back to Washington

So the rest of our weekend in Washington was a little less "organized" (we really weren't organized, but I guess we did have a plan the first few days). Saturday was a little weird, I'm not sure what we did. :) We went to Red Robin and to a little bit of our nephew Collin's football game. We had some friends over and played "Apples to Apples" which was a lot of fun. Mostly we just took it easy, which was nice because I was EXHAUSTED. Sunday was fun too because we went to church with Dave's family and then later with mine. We used to be in Dave's parent's Ward, so it was fun to see everyone, and I grew up in my parent's, so yeah, knew a lot of people there too. :) Anyway, here's some random pictures I have left from the trip! Enjoy!

Bethany crying on the way home, and Maddie making faces at me.

Beautiful sunset to a great vacation.

*GAG! Just a little p.s. in here, I just turned Sam around to look at him and he spit up all over me. In my mouth. IN MY MOUTH!!! It was pretty sick, I tried not to loose it, but I did have to run to the bathroom and wash my mouth out before I ralphed all over the place! GAG!*

4 awesomeness!...and attractiveness!:

The Jolleys said...

Those little ones need to watch were they are going to spit up at. Sorry:(

Combs - A day in the Life of... said...

Good pictures. I love the driving ones. I remember hating long trips but the trips themselves seemed to wash all the bad memories away of getting there.

Also, I am just waiting for the day that one of my kids spit up in my mouth. You see it happen all the time on AFV. I wish you would have gotten yours on camera. It just made me laugh. Sorry.

Keith and Kerrilyn's family of 4 said...

I love Maddie making faces at you!! I was enjoying your post until I got to the GAG part and although it was funny, I thought I was going to have to run and wash my mouth out!! My throat is still trying to quit spazaming!!! YUCK!!!!

Anne Corey said...

I can't believe I didn't get to see you. I was so looking forward to seeing the little one. Keith brags about him all the time. I hope that next time I'll get a chance to say 'hi.'