Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Yippy we are scuba certified!

After several years of wanting to become scuba certified, I finally took lessons from Scuba Ted's. I completed 4 classes at the Springville pool and then did my two certification dives at the Crater in Midway. Kory actually certified when he was 16, but they still let him take the classes with me for free. We both add a lot of fun and can't wait to go on a real scuba diving adventure.

This is a picture of Kory and I in the Crater. We look at little different because we are under water! He,he :)

This is a picture of the inside of the crater. It was completly different than I expected, but still very cool.

The Crater is a nice 95 degrees and is 65 feet deep. It was pretty awesome being able to beath 65 feet under water!

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Getting Ready to Leave For the Summer

Well, as most of you know Kory worked for Stone Security selling security systems in Denver. Last year was very successful for us so we are going to try it again. This summer Kory is the assistant manager and we will be going to San Jose. We will be leaving on April 26th and are so happy our friends Jake and Bryton will be living in our condo again. Of course I will be transfering to The Home Depot, but to spice things up a bit, I will be an office administrator part time for Kory's office. We are excited for our new adventure and know it will be a great summer.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

April Fool's

April Fool's!
So... Kory and I are not expecting a baby. I have always loved April Fool's day and so I just had to pull some sort of prank for the day. It was pretty funny listening to my cell phone messages and reading my text messages throughout the day. Thanks for your excitement for us anyway. Hope you all had a good day full of jokes and pranks. For some reason the big prank for second graders this year was to tell someone the either had a snake, spider, or something slimy on their head. I am doing my three week field experience in a second grade class and 10 different students told me I had something on my head. After school was over, I taught gymnastics and I had 3 different gymnasts tell me I had bugs on my head. Oh boy, kids these days. What will they think up next!