Our tradition continues with the 2013 edition of our annual holiday letter. Learn about the items we were able to check off our bucket list, why we will never be bona fide New Yorkers (spoiler: it’s because we’ve actually been to the Statue of Liberty), and, if you haven’t heard already, our big news for the coming year. Continue reading Our annual holiday letter, 2013
Checking out the world’s first PRT system—in Morgantown, West Virginia, of all places. Continue reading Personal. Rapid. Unique.
Morgantown, West Virginia, has one of the most unique rapid-transit systems in the world. On 10 April 2012, Dustin took a trip there to check it out. Here’s a taste. Continue reading Morgantown PRT: A time lapse
Fiona was explaining to her Mama and Daddy how a cannon works. Continue reading In which Fiona says, “KABOOM!”
I’ve learned a lot of words since I was born. “Family” is one of the most important. Continue reading The meaning of family
I returned home from my service as a full-time missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ten years ago today. Here I reflect on what those two years of my life mean to me—and remember that my real mission has only just begun. Continue reading True to the faith
And, as usual, we go to the beach. But this time it was on the Google Wallet Express. Continue reading Fiona turns two
By Dustin | If moving to New York a little over a year ago—our first move as a family—taught us anything, it’s that we have a lot of stuff. Too much stuff. So much stuff that I would be embarrassed to accept anyone’s help on our next move if I didn’t take some time to sort through it, organize it, and toss out the stuff I … Continue reading Of junk & memories
18–26 February 2012 | Fiona, with passport in hand, takes her first trip abroad. Continue reading Fiona goes to Iceland
In 2011, we continued the tradition we started in 2010: a letter to loved ones updating them on our lives over the past year. Many of our friends and family received this letter in the mail, accompanied by one of two lovely Christmas cards that Susan’s had for years and that we were trying to get rid of. Everyone else was able to read this letter on Facebook. Continue reading A year of tremendous change and upheaval
Really remembering our Savior means more than simply not forgetting him. It means upholding the covenants we have made with him.
Adapted from a talk Dustin gave in the sacrament meeting of the Washington DC 3rd Ward on 10 July 2011. Continue reading To always remember Him
Giving this newfangled marvel of 21st-century engineering a try. A print version, so to speak, of a video we made for our YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/DialannTV. Continue reading Taking the Coca-Cola Freestyle for a spin
Life over the past three months has been full of ups and downs. Continue reading The roller coaster of life
Fiona gets banished from the bathroom, learns to “cruise,” rides in a car for the first time—and, to our relief, decides she likes the bus and subway more. Continue reading Fiona continues to be amazing
In 2010, a new tradition: a yearly letter to family and friends to wish them happy holidays and update them on our lives. Continue reading Our first annual holiday letter