Archive | January, 2008


January 31, 2008


I watched Alton Brown make some buffalo wings the other night, and even though buffalo wings kinda creep me out, it was an entertaining show. Lloyd, as you may know, LOVES buffalo wings – they are often a staple at Bad Movie Night. At Wal-Mart today, I bought some chicken legs to boil for chicken […]

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January 30, 2008


I don’t have a post! I don’t have a post!! It’s time for bed and we don’t have anything. I won’t let Lloyd write about bad movie night, and a photo of me paying bills is too boring. Plus, that’s over. Here’s a picture of my hand typing this, the most terrible post yet to […]

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I’m sure you’ve been wondering…

January 29, 2008


Here’s the latest on the super-slow house project.  I manage to rip off about two square feet of wall paper a week.  What was I thinking?  Lloyd asked, “So what’s your plan?”  Plan?  I have no plan.  I’m ripping wallpaper and a plan will come in June, when I’m done. I’m not ripping paper tonight, […]

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Right back atcha, Brad.

January 28, 2008


Ok, so maybe cookie dough for dinner isn’t so bad. I had plans to fill us up with melted cheese for dinner (making fondue), but I bought the wrong cheese. So, we relied on cheesey fallback option – mac ‘n cheese. Lloyd and I have different methods of eating this timeless classic. I like to […]

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The Fort

January 27, 2008


The lady in orange is surrounded by Cruel Girls.

I have a hard time buying jeans. Clothes shopping is worse than getting a root canal for me. I don’t like trying stuff on, and I don’t want to pay any money for clothes. If it were socially acceptable to wear bathrobes in public, I’d like being in public a lot more. I’ve found jeans […]

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Lauren’s Day of Fun

January 26, 2008


It was a good Saturday. Several good things happened, but I won’t go on about all of them because I need some post material for later days. The day began with another Ron Paul sign-waving party south of Lincoln. This time was much more pleasant than last, because the sun was shining, hardly any wind […]

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