Summer sped off shortly after my last post and it has been hard finding time to keep up. I was finally able to upload all our pictures and so I am ready to tell all about our June and July adventures. Enjoy!
I started a NEW job in June. It is so exciting. I am working with the Decker family doing marketing for the Airstream of Utah dealership. Shortly after I started, Dennis and Laura took us all out to eat at an Asian restaurant. It was pretty tasty and they had sushi! Thanks for dinner Dennis and Laura!
My parents bought a Wii and we’ve been having fun playing it at their house. We’ve enjoyed it so much that we have one to play with at home. This is a picture of Stefi taking archery very seriously, because she’s actually really good at it.
Ah Stefi again…my brother and sister-in-law challenged us to another Chopped competition. My mom and sister were the judges and babysitters.
This creation is team Decker. The 4 ingredients we had were jasmine rice, ricotta cheese, Italian sausage, and semolina flour. Joseph and Josh chose the ingredients because it was Father’s Day weekend. We made meatballs with arriabiata sauce, sun dried tomato risotto, and crostinis with herbed ricotta cheese. SO YUMMY!
Joseph, Quincy, and Josh cooking away!
We had some more virtual reality fun with Josh’s grandparents. It is fun watching people try out VR headset. I don’t think they liked it too much.
Grandma Pat trying out the VR. It was a little intense for her 🙂
Snowbird! Airstream had an area to show trailers at the Adventure+Gear Fest at Snowbird. It was such a pretty day, 70 degrees, and tons of people talking and looking at the trailers. It was a good show.
The mountains are gorgeous!
Josh relieved his brother after he got off work at 5, so we were able to show trailers together. So fun!
I love his smile!
My grandpa and his wife Veronica came to visit from Nicaragua. We went to a little Mexican restaurant in downtown Provo. My sister, Stefi wasn’t feeling well and my dad was out of town traveling.
We’ve been working really hard and commuting to Salt Lake City every day. I wanted to go to the gym after work one day and Josh was too exhausted. He works so hard!
We spent one of our Friday night date nights at Salt Lake City Bees baseball game. It was so fun to go to a game. We haven’t had a lot of time this summer to go to games.
Baseball game selfies on our float chairs 🙂
Nothin’ like a summer night baseball game 🙂
One more selfie for fun!
I’ve been wanting Josh to teach me how to take long exposure shots on my new camera phone. We decided to get sparklers for the 4th of July so he could teach me.
Stars and stripes forever.
Happy 4th of July from the Deckers!
Josh decided to wait a month to get a haircut and beard trim. It’s amazing how fast his hair grows AND how his hair changes his appearance so much. (Look at our engagement pictures when he had no beard)
Joshy had a birthday on July 17. He turned 26. Wow! I remember when I was 26 🙂 We had a 3 day celebration. We went to lunch with my family on a Saturday, and then we had dinner and cake with Josh’s family on Sunday, and then Josh and I went to Tucanos on Monday night. Party, party, party!
I read a blog article by a lady who asked her husband to pick out her outfits for 7 days. I wanted to try this with Josh just to understand his taste better. 🙂 We lasted 2 days because life has been crazy busy! Day 1.
Day 2- It was fun while it lasted 🙂 I don’t think I came to any conclusions about Josh’s taste but he did well 🙂
I’ve been updating the websites at work with our current inventory and I had some photo fun with this 1964 Airstream trailer. On Pioneer Day I planned a BBQ for the Airstream dealership. It turned out really well and we had pretty decent turnout. I REALLY like my job and the best part is being able to work with Joshy!
We’re still doing cub scouts and we’ve still been having fun. We took our scouts to the park to clean up trash and then we got them slurpees. Afterwards, we decided to try out the Provo Food Truck Round-up. It happens every Thursday from 6-9. There were a lot of trucks and a lot of choices. Josh and I both tried different kinds of pizza from different food trucks.
Josh eating his pizza with his cute face!
We started a postcard club at Airstream of Utah as part of our marketing plan. It will be super fun to see people’s adventures throughout the USA.
My sister, Stefi, is going to love this post. She came to visit and play the Wii with us. They are playing Mario Kart and she is taking it pretty seriously 🙂
Josh’s mom, Laura, invited us Decker ladies out to a play at Sundance theater. We saw Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. This is Grandma Pat and me with our twinner glasses 🙂
Our seats and a view of the stage for our tickets. It was super nice of Laura to plan this!
My favorite photo of the evening. It was such a fun evening, poor Grandma Pat got sick and we had to leave a little bit early. But we were able to have a Sundance emergency vehicle take us to our car 🙂
This sight just tickled my funny bone. Josh has been organizing his tool room and he finally admitted to me that he is a box hoarder. Something he has denied before. He finally decided to get rid of these. Hallelujah. 🙂
I am pretty obsessed with my little niece Kendra Fae. The following pictures will clearly explain. We had her 1st birthday party recently and I went crazy-aunt picture crazy. The party was so cute and her mom did a great job planning it. Thanks for the invite Joseph and Quincy! Happy Birthday Kendra Fae!
My mamita and Kendra with Stefi avoiding the camera as usual.
Joseph making Kendra laugh 🙂
She’s not quite sure what to do with her presents. It was cute watching her unwrap them with her dad.
Kendra was eating her cake very dainty-ly. And my brother thought it was boring so he, not being very nice, smashed some cake in Kendra’s face. She didn’t like that too much.
I just love this little munchkin, I love Joshy, and I love summer time!