Archive | July, 2011

The nail behind the door

July 31, 2011

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The nail behind the door

There is a nail behind the door to the upstairs that usually holds the flyswatter and my back scratcher. (If you don’t have a back scratcher, get one.) This summer that nail was reassigned to hold up the Record Of Awesomeness. Actually, it was the Record of Funny (which in my book is the same […]

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Out with the Old

July 30, 2011

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Out with the Old

When Brad was still here, he, Lauren and I made a quick trip into Lincoln to… Um… I’m not exactly sure why we went into Lincoln, but I used it as an excuse to look at dishwashers. Lauren was strangely unexcited about the prospect of a new dishwasher. Lauren views dishwashers as a way to […]

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Er,

July 30, 2011

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Um, I fell asleep at 7:30 last night in front of the t.v. and never wrote a post. So, to make up for my transgression, tell us what you ate for breakfast. I’m having bacon and eggs – a Saturday staple. You?

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This one goes up to 11

July 28, 2011

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This one goes up to 11

Remember those speakers from the auction? The ones that gave Lauren a bruise? I was at school in the afternoon, and afternoon in the Summer is not exactly a productive time for me. Usually I make up for that by just heading home, but one recent afternoon I was feeling unproductive and it was only […]

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It almost made it all better.

July 27, 2011

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It almost made it all better.

So I was getting some ice from the freezer and Lloyd was headed down to the basement. A wicked, mean ice cube fell down and smashed my innocent toe. Me: “Aaaarrrrggggllllle!” Lloyd (from the stairs): “You ok?” Me: “Gggggggaaarrmmm…” Lloyd (faintly, because he is now all the way in the basement, not rushing to my […]

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Little Love on the Prairie

July 26, 2011

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Little Love on the Prairie

Brad and Mark brought up Little House on the Prairie and my deep love of it for the rest of my life as a child. Oh, how I loved that show! And the books! And the books about the show! I loved everything about it – the clothes, the lanterns, the churning of butter and […]

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