This summer has been a summer of construction, including the following ambitious plans:
1. Vegetable garden
3. Driveway Drainage
So far we have completed the first two items. And Gad-Zooks it has been a work fest. It’s well known that projects such as these are routinely underestimated. In our case? Yes. Efforts were completely underestimated. This week I will document the garden and patio events. The Vegetable Garden post will be up Tuesday morning, The patio post will be up Thursday morning.
See you then!
What better way to start our month of no TV and internet than by watching the SuperBowl!! Okay, I admit it. We specifically crafted the rules to make sure we could still watch the SuperBowl. The rule was that our TV would be unplugged.
We watched the SuperBowl at Shaun’s place.
Is that cheating? Eh, maybe. But the goal here isn’t to be stupid, it’s to stop stupidity. The SuperBowl is a gathering, a social event. It’s hardly Jen and me sitting at opposite ends of a couch looking at Facebook or Words with Friends for an hour without talking. Watching the SuperBowl with friends is good in the the same way that going out to a movie would be fine.
It’s a far more social experience than a binge-a-thon of Cupcake Wars.
I genuinely think that Bingo is a pretty great name for a dog. I’m surprised more people don’t choose it for their pet.
Maybe Rudolph just had a bad cold?
This is what the internet was made for.
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This morning America slapped me in the face with freedom. First as I drove to work a Bald Eagle swooped over the highway leaving behind jet trails of liberty. And then when I got to work? Boxes of free Sun Chips for all the employees.
Nothing says America like soaring eagles and free Sun Chips.
This past weekend was Kelly and Jay’s wedding.
They had a photobooth.
Jen’s wearing Giraffe ears.