Archive | June, 2013

Shameless promotion

June 24, 2013

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For a little while – until the renovations are over – I get to post photos of the work that’s being done at church. I’ve had a couple of people say that I am a little nuts for volunteering to do that, but I love it! A couple of times a week I sneak over […]

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Easy, disgusting recipe

June 23, 2013

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Last Friday we had an abundance of nearly-ovrerly-ripe bananas at work that didn’t get eaten up at breakfast. I thought this would be a good time to try the ‘one ingredient recipe’ ice cream. It’s just frozen bananas that you’re supposed to whip up in a food processor and apparently it’s just like ice cream. […]

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Balls in the Air

June 22, 2013

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Our friend Kris was in Lincoln Saturday with her daughter, Hayden, for the Flatland Juggling Festival. (More about that later.) We met up for breakfast this morning at an awesome truckstop diner. It was great chatting and eating all the wonderful foods breakfast has to offer – omelets, french toast, eggs, hash browns, bacon, and […]

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Typical Friday Night

June 22, 2013

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Sam and Rachel & Co. went back home yesterday, so it was a regular Friday night of collapsing exhaustion. I won’t go into the details or you’ll think that’s all I ever do. It’s not – it’s just all I ever want to do. I don’t know what else to write about. How about cheap […]

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Sam and Rachel

June 20, 2013

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I don’t know if we’ve said this on the website already, but my cousin Sam and his family (Rachel, Anna & Gracen) are coming to Seward. Sam accepted a call to be the 6th grade home room and social studies teacher at St. John.¬†They were up this week to look for a house. I don’t […]

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Baby birds

June 19, 2013

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We have a robin’s nest at school. I watched the mama build it a couple of weeks ago. Poor thing – she picked a spot where the downspout is rather far from the building and the sticks just kept falling. She persevered, though, and we’ve watched her sit and hang out on the eggs. Only […]

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