Tuesday, June 12, 2007

New Arena for me

Hey folks, I have never been one to chat online or blog. But I think that keeping up with y'all might be kinda cool.

So We, the Johnson Family, are out here in good ol' Massachusetts. The Red Sox are having their best season in a decade or more and the Patriots look to take another Superbowl season.

Our little family is just chugging along. I am on break from Law school working part time with an attorney a couple of towns over. I am also thoroughly enjoying being a daddy, working on and around our house, and mostly in our huge veggie garden.

Amy finished her Smith College grad classes last month, and the online class she teaches for Umass finished last month too, she
will be done with teaching at the high school next Wednesday, then she will off for the summer to enjoy some well deserved rest.

Gabriel will be 3 in a couple of weeks. His true love is anything with a ball, mostly baseball. He really has a keen eye. He has been hitting slow pitches for about a year now and is getting better all the time. In Aug he will begin Pre-school and he is so very excited.

So of we go into the wild blue yonder hopefully to report on our outings and experiences. As well to hear about all of you guy.

Till next time,

Aaron, Amy, & Gabriel


Jamie said...

YAY! So happy to see long lost cousins! That's what it's all about, yo! Congrats to both you & Amy--enjoy your summer and your cute boy! post some pictures!

Laura said...

It's so good to hear about your Family Aaron. I sure do miss all the cousins. Love you.

brent said...

Woot woot! Good to hear from the Johnsons, too! We out west miss you guys. I echo Jamie's request. Pictures are always in high demand.

My Family said...

Hi Aaron, it is so good to know how you are doing. I am glad that I am not the only part of the family out east. I love it here in Michigan. Miss you. sara

AuntieM said...

Hey Aaron& Amy, I love this blog... I can sit down and jot you a note and it takes no time at all. We are so happy that all is well and that you are able to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Your schooling has taken you to an interesting place, one full of history and beauty. Enjoy. Love you so much, Auntie M