Archive | January, 2007

Breakfast of Champions

January 31, 2007

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Here’s what I’ve been eating for breakfast every school-day for the past 2 weeks. I was digging around in the cabinets one day, trying to imagine how I would rearrange them, when I found some jerky. Not being the sort of person who would pass up some jerky, I tried a piece. It was as […]

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An unnatural zipper

January 30, 2007

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*Note*  We have Beth’s permission to post this, so don’t think we’re just being cruel. Beth came over to visit on Friday, and something she bemoaned was having to be between normal jeans and maternity jeans.  Her ‘in-between’ jeans are these gems, complete with elastic and the world’s longest zipper.  I think she deserves a […]

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Dares

January 30, 2007

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I’ve been thinking about the lists people sometimes make of “Things to do before I die”. Well, being a completely lazy person, I’m thinking that YOU should make that list for me. So whaddaya think? Any reasonable requests?

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Leaning Tower of Pee-za

January 28, 2007

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We’ve noticed in the past few months that if you don’t completely shut the door to the upstairs bathroom, it will swing wide open.  That’s not good.  That means that 1) our whole house is sinking on one side; 2) just our bathroom is sinking, meaning we have termites or water damage; or 3) the […]

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MIKEA

January 27, 2007

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Since I can’t go to IKEA myself, I often browse their website.  Last week, while looking for a possible sink for my classroom, I came across a mispriced item.  I wrote to the Contact Us guys, and here is our correspondence; me and Mike (or as I like to call him, Mikea). Did you know […]

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Small Town Life

January 27, 2007

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(Note: Beth stole my thunder by posting many great pictures of the rest of Seward.  Check out www.bethtastic.com to see the rest of our lil’ town.) This is for you city slickers, where ‘ere you may be.  In our little town of Seward, we have two banks caddy-corner across the town square with these little […]

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