history

I was digging through old photos on Flickr trying to find something, and came across this picture from the 70s that I scanned a few years back. I’d noted that I was pretty sure it was the house I lived in when I was 4 years old, but I wasn’t positive.   I guess that was correct, because here’s one ...

bagpipes!

Here is a thing that happened at our wedding shower in Watertown:   How awesome is that? The shower was organized by Max, one of Matt’s parent’s friends from Sioux Falls. I knew a few of the attendees (Matt’s obviously known them most of his life), and Missy and Joe got to meet about 25 new people. We had food ...

it’s 100 days til the wedding?

Tonight we’re heading westbound to Watertown for our first wedding shower with a bunch of Matt’s parents’ friends. They’re expecting more than 20 people there at the Irish pub downtown (I’ve met 6 of them, I think). Joe and Missy are coming, too, and we’re all staying at the hotel that has the bar where beer taps are conveniently built ...

accomplishment!

I’m sure there will be a time when I don’t feel like I’m rushing to do a million things at once, but I suspect that time will not be until after the wedding. Which is only three and a half months away, so I don’t know if I should panic or be relieved about that. Matt’s parents stayed with us ...