For the last couple of years, Josh and I have been talking about building a fire pit. We have a tiny portable one, but it just didn’t give us the feeling of raging fire without the fear of melting / warping the cheap metal (we bought it cheap, so we got what we paid for).[Read more…] about We built a fire pit!
This has been a rough start to 2019. Most of the time we have been sick.[Read more…] about 2019 summary so far….
Let me sum up. (and if you don’t know where that came from, go watch The Princess Bride and then you may come back)
It’s been awhile since I wrote anything here, mainly because we’ve just had too much going on. It was a busy fall and winter, and well, it’s a busy spring.
Recently, I made a significant shift at work, and moved into a world that I hope to stay in for a long time. Years ago, I was semi-dragged to a research meeting, and my interest was sparked.
October seems like such a time of transitions for our family – three years ago we made a big transition and moved to Rochester on October 8th. We like to do a lot of big things at once. Remember that time we had a baby, then moved to NY, and sold our first home mid-move while driving across the interstate to Albany? [Read more…] about It’s our Rochesterversary!
September just began – WHAT! Suddenly we’re the parents of an almost-teenager, summer is over and the last year of middle school is upon us… [Read more…] about See You in September
So there we were, wearing our American flag tshirts, as we do every 4th of July (thanks for having a sale on those every year, Old Navy). Seems appropriate for us Canucks to try blending in on a national holiday such as the 4th.
We had just enjoyed a lovely dinner of homemade hamburgers grilled up on the back deck, and were moving on to the dessert portion of the evening. [Read more…] about That Time We Had The Most American 4th of July Ever… So Far