Thursday, June 13, 2013

Hello, again!

Well it's obviously been a long time since our last post... I think it's safe to say that college was keeping us busy! We've still been blogging though, at least we were for part of second semester :) Click here to read all about our Medical Mission Trip to Guatemala!

Scott and Travis road tripped with us home after we finished finals, and after a short couple weeks of doing all sorts of things (showing Travis around, camping with friends, and just vegging), we are now working full time. This summer Amy and I are both at Concordia University, Irvine... we are doing lots of random jobs, but it is mostly office help in the Student Affairs Office. I’m also a private Math tutor this summer, so if you know someone who needs a math tutor… let me know!
 Our friend from Concordia, Brittany, is coming out at the end of the month and we couldn't be more excited!! 16 days and counting :) And, at the end of the summer, before we head back to school, we'll be taking a mini vacation to Palm Springs with some longtime family friends.

Jen and Dad are on the road to CA as we speak... Jen had her last day of teaching in Michigan last week, when Dad met up with her to help make the trip home. She is sad to be leaving, but excited for her new adventure teaching high school math and coaching JV girls basketball at Faith Lutheran in Vegas, with Jon. She and Dad are going to visit some good friends and family on the way home... wish I could too!
Jon finished his third year of teaching, and he's keeping busy, probably out on the golf course with the guys right now.

Amy and I just finished our sophomore year at Concordia, Nebraska... it's crazy to think we are half way done with college! We had so much fun with friends this year… I’m already looking forward to next year. If I've heard correctly, college just keeps getting better every year :)

Amy got a boyfriend, we learned how to dig our car out of the snow after a blizzard, we went to Guatemala, Papa Jim went to heaven, Jen got a call to Vegas, I wrote my first 25 page paper, went to 2 country concerts in 2 months, passed Calc III, went to a friend's farm, auditioned for A Capella choir again (won't hear if we made it until August), strengthened friendships, and grew in my faith.

Well, that's all for now... I should probably get back to work :) But, we'll try our best to keep this going... Amy, you're up for the next post!

Cheers to summer nights and good times!

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