Twenty points to the first to guess what these are. We saw them on our way to pick up Brad at the airport.
I’m a pig, right? We’ve established that. Well, when I bake bread and they say to pour some water in a pan on the bottom of the oven, I do. In fact, I pour it into the same pan that I have never washed since I started making all this bread. (In the oven that I have only cleaned once, and it paid me back by melting the sides of my cabinets.) It’s the dedicated ‘disgusting pan that holds water to create steam in the oven and that’s it’s only purpose so how clean do you really need it to be?’ pan.
The old water/steam stains are quite beautiful, aren’t they?
Do you know what this is? Do you? Can you guess?? C’mon – guess! I’ll reveal the answer after noon. maybe.
When the weather is warm and Lloyd and I are feeling adventurous, we walk.Â Outside.Â No foolin’.Â Ok, usually it involves a stop at Dairy Queen, but at least we’re walking.Â Instead of walking on normal sidewalks, it’s much more interesting to walk down the alleys.Â Lloyd thinks we should make a new category called, “Places in Seward you never knew existed”.Â So, here are a few photos of theÂ unseen sideÂ of our fair town.
I especially like the door at the top.Â What’s in there, anyway?
All this one is missing is a hound dog chained to the tree and a cooler of beer.
Lloyd and I went with Tim and Annette to a flea market in Lincoln on Saturday.Â It was pretty cool – some people were selling cool sutff, some people were selling embarrassingly sad items like old Gladware or the contents of their sock drawer.Â Lloyd saw a table where three old board games that we gave to Goodwill were on sale.Â (He’s pretty sure they were the EXACT same games.)Â I got the coolest rock/fossil thing in the whole wide world.Â I wish I could show the blue spot up close with light shining on it, but I can’t.Â Â Without lighting, it is a very striking blue.Â Here it just looks grey.
However, shine a light THROUGH it and you have:
What could it be in there?Â I know it’s got to be some sort of fossil, but what?