Monthly Archives: December 2009
One year of pictures done!
As part of a project last summer, Cole has been trying out new recipes. We were out of egg noodles and flush with ambition from reading The Silver Spoon’s Pasta book, received as a Christmas gift. I dug the pasta … Continue reading
In the front yard.
Mills Fleet Farm, the men’s mall. Photo from the Googlephone.
Wade is an amazing shopper. He picked up that Snuggie for only $2.99, a gorgeous leather jacket for me at 85% off and four of these bad boys ($2.99 – 10%). That’s right, matching family ponchos. His secret? The Bargain … Continue reading
My uncle has a Nintendo NES system with 3 games; Mario, Duck Hunt and PacMan. He also has a dial-up internet connection. My oldest had to connect to the internet just to hear the sounds of a modem connecting.
The beginning of Snowmageddon that canceled many a holiday get together in Minnesota. Doesn’t look too bad in the backyard, but the 2 inches of solid ice on the roads tell a different story.
Eating at the Oak Grill in Dayton’s (now Macy’s, but in an act of defiance, most Minnesotans still call it Dayton’s) is a family tradition dating back to when my mother was a child. Now, we head down each year … Continue reading