Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Will Work for Grass!

Spring brought about a turn of events. Erin got laid off work so we have been busy helping her look for a new job and not blogging as much. Job hunting is so much harder than actual work. But she got a lot of interviews and even a few on-site visits. So while she was in side sweating the interview process we got to go out on the towns and play!!! Ya!!!

The first place we went was Boston, Mass. But before we could play we had to help Erin work on her interview presentation. We sat in the hotel room going over and over it. It reminded us of her Defense practices. Twitch...

Remember not to giggle when you say Proxy.

After all that hard work and a good night sleep we sent Erin to her interview and we went and played. We got to graze around Boston Commons. Then we went on the Freedom Trail. It was really cool. We got to see Mother Goose's grave and got our picture with a colonial.


Who is this guy? He has funny cloths and a wicked grip.

6 comments:

beth said...

I see you guys thought your work was done once you finally got Erin to graduate. Guess not. :-)

Justin said...

Proxy...hahahaha. Oh wait not supposed to giggle. hahaha

You get to try and tea or beans in Boston?

Erin said...

You think I would let the sheep eat beans and then get in a plane with them? No no no....ew.

John said...

Be careful around those Colonials sheep... Food supplies often ran low in Colonial times.

Justin said...

Well it sounds like you let them run around unsupervised all afternoon. So maybe they did get into some beans. Maybe we can blame the sheep for global warming

Erin said...

Hmmm...DJ was a little more gassy then normal now that you say it. What a little stinker.