Archive | December, 2010

New Year’s Resolutions

December 31, 2010

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New Year's Resolutions

I’ve decided to not change any fundamental things about myself this year, since that never seems to work out anyway. Instead, I’m embracing my mediocrity. To paraphrase a t.v. show I recently watched: If you’re going to do something uncool anyway, you might as well make it part of your plan. So, this year I […]

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Field Trip

December 30, 2010

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Field Trip

Donna Willet, our art teacher at Lincoln Lutheran was taking an art class on a field trip and she needed someone else to drive. Since they don’t really let me teach many classes anymore, I drove for her. She class was doing photography, and I’ve seen some of the pictures that they’ve taken in years […]

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Dance Fever

December 29, 2010

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Dance Fever

The Royuks had their family portraits done at a nice place in Lincoln, but they made the mistake of leaving the master CD with all those pictures here where Lloyd could get his hands on it. Oh, you’re going to want to see this.

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Blades of Glory

December 28, 2010

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Blades of Glory

I got knives for Christmas! Several kitchen gadgets, really, but this post is about the knives. Mr. and Mrs. Royuk bought us a Yoshiblade – a ceramic blade that is wicked sharp. It is sooooo sharp! I love it, love it, love it, but it points out to me how dull my own knives have […]

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Back to Business

December 27, 2010

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Back to Business

So, let me get you caught up. The Christmas holiday did not begin as planned. I was at work until 6 on Thursday, came home, started dinner, and planned to get all my remaining ducks in a row (pack, get the last presents done, etc.) before we left in the morning. However, at 6:30 we […]

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Terrible Memories – Grounded

December 25, 2010

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Here, let me open my soul to you so you can mock it. I was not a hard-core science fiction geek as a teen/pre-teen, but I could hold my own. I was a Star Trek and Star Wars fan, and since we didn’t have cable – the BBC (on PBS) provided me with Doctor Who […]

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