Kent's little sister completed her internship with Congressman Hall this summer. That makes her the fifth Cullins to intern in D.C. and the fourth Cullins to intern for Ralph Hall (including sisters-in-law).
View of the Capitol from the balcony of the Newseum. This news-dedicated museum was absolutely incredible. There was so much to see. Mister and I could have spent an entire day going through the newspaper archives alone.
Fireworks on the mall. It was a wonderful trip!
In late July, early August, Mister and I rented a house in Barbados for a week with two other couples.
Erin and Nick, Me and Mister, and Stephanie and David
We went out to dinner two nights.
Most nights, our meals were prepared by the lovely Miss Evangeline, the cook at Dudley Wood. Pictured with Miss Evangeline is Miss Joyce, the housekeeper. I've never met too more lovely ladies. They both sang all day long as they worked. They made our vacation positively delightful!
Miss Evangeline setting the table
While we were there, we enjoyed our nice secluded beach outside of Dudley Wood
All the beaches are public in Barbados, but no one else was ever there!
We went sight seeing...
...and got lost a few times. You can't tell from the angle, but we were at the end of a street, and you could only make a right or a left. We weren't sure which way to go, so we ask this nice man here. Of course, he pointed behind us, back the way we came. We arrived at our destination eventually!
We made it!
We also went swimming with sea turtles. They are incredible creatures!!!
We played golf at Sandy Lane (And by we... I mean Kent)
Saw some monkeys hanging out in the rough
And had a delightful sunset dinner...