As of Saturday, Hannah is home from her mission, safe and sound. It sounds like she did a great job and had a wonderful experience in Buenos Aires. We look forward to seeing her in person (hopefully soon and optimally before fall). Today is the first Monday in almost three years that we haven’t had a missionary to write, and that feels a little strange.
(I’m sure it’s not as strange as returning home after an extended stay in a foreign country, though.)
We, the FrostsWe met at BYU in 2007, and got married in May 2009. After graduation, we headed blindly to Kentucky, where Jason completed his master’s degree in Diplomacy and International Commerce and Amanda got her first post-college job, both at the University of Kentucky. In December 2011, we picked up and moved again, this time to the greater DC area, where we are happily working, playing, and eating. This is an oft-time naval-gazing (but isn’t that the nature of blogging?) compendium of our adventures.
What we write aboutanniversary autumn baking baseball basketball birthday Bluegrass Ward books bread byu BYU basketball BYU football Christmas church Connecticut cookies cooking date night DC dessert dinner Fall Familia food football friends Frosts General Conference Georgetown goals heard in Kentucky hiking ice cream Jason Kentucky weather m1st ward metro missionaries movies nostalgia Obama Burger Our house pie pizza Pointless Post primary Puccini's Smiling Teeth Pullans rain reading road trip rolls running Saturday school snow soup Summer Sunday temple tennis Thanksgiving The West Wing Things I like about Kentucky things i like about virginia trip UK utah vacation virginia visitors washington dc wedding weekend work