Monthly Archives: July 2011

Remodel Preview

We’re about to start the process of ripping apart our (only) bathroom: putting in a tile floor and replacing the vanity with one of Elizabeth’s own creation.  A post about her woodworking is forthcoming, and we’ll be sure to have … Continue reading

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Melt down

I had a friend in college who liked to describe things as hottt. Pretty girls, clever t-shirts from the goodwill, that cd you were playing, the lunch menu in the dinning hall, you get the idea. Then he would tell … Continue reading

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Back to the sauna

I’m back in Durham, and I am not so happy about it. The actual temperature is supposed to hover around 100 all week and the humidity is approximately 3000%. It’s gross, which is particularly unfortunate because the garden could really … Continue reading

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The dark underbelly of St. George

Driving around doing errands the other day, I asked my sister if St. George even has a bad part of town. Almost everything I’ve seen so far looks pretty fresh and new. I’ve yet to see any of the decrepit … Continue reading

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Azure skies

I am visiting my sister in St. George, Utah this week while she recovers from her recent surgery. Mostly I am the chauffeur since she isn’t cleared to drive yet, but I do a little cooking and fetching/carrying too. It’s … Continue reading

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Tomatoes!

The garden has been up to much since I last gave y’all an update.  For example, we have tomatoes. Lots and lots of tomatoes. David uploaded this photo on June 14th, so we have had tomatoes since about that time. … Continue reading

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To a better year…

Yesterday my sister informed me that I should really update my blog. So, since today is her birthday, here’s a blog update for my baby sister. My sister is not having a good month, or maybe not a good year.  … Continue reading

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