Thursday, September 8, 2011

Bye Bye Summer!

Time has flown by so fast these last few months. We were busy running around the country and getting things ready to move.  After leaving Texas I went back to stay with my family, which is where we are now until the end of the month.  In May I finished my first year of pharmacy school and took a compounding course in Houston with some of my classmates.  It was lots of fun.
David went to CA and went on a mountaineering trip to Mount Shasta with his brother, my brother Jeff, his friend Chris, his dad and some of his dad's buddies.  They unfortunately didn't make it to the top but they all made it down safely.
In June I had my summer labs at school and an immunization course (I can officially vaccinate people!).

David and I attended a wedding of one of his buddies.
In July we made several trips from PA to GA getting things ready to move.  At the end of July we finally had orders and packed all of our stuff onto a truck from the storage unit it was in and moved it into another storage unit up in MD.  In August we finally found our first house, (We sign all the paperwork at the end of the month and it is officially ours!)
 I attended the wedding of one of my childhood friends in Canada and got to visit my brothers, I started my 2nd year of Pharmacy School and David started working at his new unit.

This month is going to be busy with me having tests every week for school and us finally closing on our first house.


Jessi said...

great to hear the update! and glad that things are going well. Wow! you have had a busy summer! congrats on your first year done at pharmacy school! I think you look a little too happy about giving that girl a vaccination. haha. jk. I love your house, and can't wait to hear more about MD. My brother lives there with his family!! let me know if you have a Brother Sherwood in your bishopric!

Sarah said...

I was actually practicing on dummies and the arm beeped at you if you put it in "wrong" (at least it thought you were wrong). I was laughing cause it kept beeping. I did give one of my classmates 3 shots at the end of the course all with sterile saline and she said I did a great job. Our bishop is Bishop Krewson. We are in the Columbia 1st Ward. You'll have to come say hi if you are ever here for a visit! Oh and you live not too far from my school so if I have time next summer I might pop over and say hello.