Saturday, July 21, 2012

Summer Vacation 2012 Part 1

Since Eric graduated we let him pick where he wanted to go for Summer vacation. Eric loves history so he wanted to got to Washington DC. Since none of us (except for Mike had been to the East Coast we decided we'd make a big trip out of it. We visited New York City, Boston and DC.
We went to the Late Show with David Letterman. That was a ball. Bill Murray was the guest for the night.
Mike had to go see if he could find Rupert and low and behold there he was and he was kind enough to pose for a pic.
Rockefeller Center
We visited Harvard. It's so beautiful there.
Katy has been a huge Red Sox fan for a long time so of course we had to go to a game. It was so exciting to be in Fenway Park. We had such a great time on this vacation. We ran the whole trip, but saw so many great things. I will post more pictures later as soon as I can figure out how to get them off my phone (I am technically challenged.)

Monday, July 2, 2012


Here he is our Stansbury High Graduate! We were so proud of him. Eric earned the School Spirit Scholarship Award. It was so exciting when they announced his name. He really got involved in a lot of school activities.
Katy celebrating her baby brothers graduation!
Katy and Marissa thought they would make some specialized shirts for the occasion.
The Hughes' are always such a good support to our family. Good friends make life so much more fun!
Aunt Cheryl flew in for the occasion. Here's a picture of her and Grandma with Eric. It was just a really great day. We're so proud of Eric and his accomplishments!

Literally a life time of soccer!

Eric started playing soccer when he was 3 years old. It's fair to say that soccer has been a very big part of our family. We've traveled all across the state and spent many hours rooting our little soccer player on. Mike has spent many hours coaching Eric and I really appreciate all the time he's spent with our son. I wanted to put the picture of the four boys because they have played soccer together for so many years. I will be sad to not be watching my boy play, but hopefully I will have grand kids someday that will want to play.