I have been meaning to write about this for awhile, but have been so busy with getting everything taken care of here that I haven't found the time. Before Jeff and I came out to Kentucky, we visited my family in Kalispell, Montana for one last time...We are not sure when we will make it out again. It is SOOOO expensive to fly out there and days of driving and we are in dental school. That means we are poor! :)
Here is my brother Brian with the twins Abbey and Katey. I think they are watching the Little Mermaid. Can you tell he wants some siblings? He is the last child. My sister is 6 years older then him and I am 8 years older than him.
Here's a better pic of my sister.
Here are all of us doing bumper boats and right after that. We were all soaked, but it felt great. It was so hot outside! Yes, Montana does get up to 100 degrees!
Another of my brother with Abbey just because I love him!
The last day we were there, we got to watch my brother pitch in a baseball game. He is VERY good! It was the championship game and the team they were playing 10-runned them last time, which means they scored 10 runs more than my brother's team and so ended the game early. My brother wasn't there to pitch that game, so I was really impressed when he did pitch and they still lost but he held them down to 2 runs. The final score was 2-0. If only they played 9 innings, I think they would have won! The problem was the other team has a guy who plays in college on their team. He is HUGE! The only way I can think to describe him is he is like Hagar in Harry Potter compared to "normal" people. They call him Moose. He is their pitcher and throws 90 mile an hour pitches...only he doesn't have the best control, which is his weakness. He hit the ump twice and a couple batters. They were in PAIN! After the game, everyone came up and congratulated Brian and said that was the best game they have ever seen him pitch! I am so glad I got to see it!
After the game with the star!
One last pic of MT so everyone can see how beautiful it is! This pic does not even do it justice. Can you tell I love it!? I am a little biased, but it really is a beautiful place to visit/live. This is Flathead Lake, which is 35 miles long and takes an hour to drive the length.