Today I posted some pictures on Picasa… they include: Our trip to Cabella’s (45 pictures) January 2009 (34 pictures) February 2009 (33 pictures) Disney March 2009 (46 pictures) March 2009 (15 pictures) Still to come? Pictures from my sister’s wedding and more! 🙂 There’s decent pictures in each section… Now, you know you can see the… Continue reading New Pics are Up
We’re not playing the Pyramid here, but wouldn’t that be great? Man, I miss good 70’s game shows. Give me the Pyramid and Match Game and I’m happy as can be. Anyway… Benjamin Franklin I’ve always liked Mr. Franklin. Some think he’s the only non-president on money… but those people probably think Mr. Hamilton was… Continue reading Benjamin Franklin, Motorcycles, and Ann Arbor Parking
I learned that Colombian tradition places a lot of emphasis on Christmas Eve. Last night, after eating tamales and playing Wii at Michael’s, Yeni’s family and I returned to the house, ate more tamales with friends, and then opened presents. I received some excellent presents this year, including Spider-man trinkets and a new Harley outfit… Continue reading Christmas Day
So this is Christmas And what have you done Another year over And a new one just begun And so this is Christmas I hope you have fun The near and the dear ones The old and the young So in Colombian tradition (as I’m learning), Christmas is all about Christmas Eve. So today we… Continue reading So this is Christmas…
Yesterday was a “travel day,” with all the reminders of why I do not like to fly. But, thanks to modern travel, I made it home safe and sound. The temperature last night? 1° F. Ouch. Snow in the neighborhood is piled higher than the mailboxes.
No much to report on a very busy mid-week. We received a big snowfall last night, which found myself prepping Yeni’s car for work this morning. Can’t say I’m enjoying the though of repeating that action for the next several months. It was c-o-l-d, cold. Oh, and snowy. Last time I was near that much snow,… Continue reading Wednesday Schmendsday
Recently, Yeni and I completed an amazing 3200 mile round-trip “Expedition” from Ann Arbor to Fort Lauderdale. We drove through such landmarks as the Florida Everglades, the Appalachian Mountains, the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, and more. We experienced a range of weather and traffic — exactly what you would expect when traveling around Thanksgiving — but… Continue reading Thou Shalt Get a Carbon Monoxide Alarm