south dakota, v.4

Once we crossed the South Dakota border, it took us a good portion of the drive to figure out how many times I’d been to Watertown. We finally decided that this was my fourth visit. (We based it on the number of times I’d been to the Harbor Bar, i.e. every time.) We rolled in around 8 on Thursday night, ...

westbound (and down)

We’re heading off the the wilds of Sodakia after work today. I couldn’t be more excited about that. Seriously. Visits to Watertown are rife with traditions, some of which include: 1) dancing at the Dakota Sioux Casino 2) getting massages in the $1 massage chairs at the Watertown Mall 3) shopping at Shopko 4) playing cards with Matt’s parents 5) ...

4 day weekend!

What’s been going on in the last week besides hanging with hippies named Onyx and betting on horses? Well, I’ll tell you. – We got a Costco membership. We own a lot of paper towels now. Costco is awesome. – Our yard has become even better. We had firewood delivered on Sunday, and yesterday I finished my planting: tomatoes and ...

my drink and my two-step

Oh yes, we were. I’m surprised I got up this morning. Oh, wait, I didn’t; it was after noon. So I decided to start Project 365 today. You know, that photo-a-day thing. Here’s #1! Happy new year, everybody! Here’s to an even more awesome 2009. Is that technically possible?