Monthly Archives: June 2010

Feeling Awesome.com

Today,  I rode the 10.2 miles for my round-trip commute and then another 12.7 miles with KM. It is SO awesome to have someone to ride with; someone that uses great phrases like ‘awesome.com’; and someone that can talk about … Continue reading

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When do these things become popular?

During my usual morning routine of wiping the sleep from my eyes, taking Shadow out and checking (from afar) the consistency of his stool (don’t ask), and opening Google Reader, I came across this post about ‘duckface’ from Kristi Gustafson … Continue reading

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Only Happy When it Rains

Only happy when it rains…sounds like Garbage to me.  See how I did that?  The song;  the connection the…nevermind. Rain does sound like garbage to me.  I’m sans rain gear for riding and am happy that the forecast looks beautiful … Continue reading

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When (not) to laugh

After the whirlwind weekend, I got to thinking about when it’s okay to laugh.  When we were driving to the emergency vet this weekend, Howie was trying to crack jokes.  It was his coping mechanism. As the driver, I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Whirlwind Weekend

Good friends Alison and Denys stopped by around lunch time on Saturday on their way to the lake for their vacation week.  We took them out to Peaches Cafe.  We hadn’t been seated for 5 minutes when Denys and I … Continue reading

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Strange Pairings

Each time that Emiley and I have any sort of pasta, I get the ‘you have 3 heads’ look.  It’s not the pasta, it’s what I like have to drink with my pasta.  Whether it be spaghetti, ziti, ravioli, or … Continue reading

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Tipping the scales

I can remember as a kid my grandma and my mom being faithful users of the supermarket produce scales.  They would put 5 peaches in a bag (sidenote:  even then, the plastic produce bags required the proper rubbing together between … Continue reading

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