Friday, April 28
WEll, last night we took nate to the Cardinals name, in St. Louis's new $365 million stadium. Impressive, but sad that your average person can't really afford to go. we just happened upon the tickets because a friend of ours parent's neighbor got them from work. they were $46 apiece. don't think I would pay $92 for the both of us to go...
It was good, they won, also had the excitement of a fire at the stadium!
Here's some pics:
Sunday, April 23
Thursday, April 20
Just thought I would post a couple more pictures of Lynn and I and Nate. Also one of Jackson. We've been feeding him a lot less lately so I think he is slimming down a lot.
Mowed the front line tonight. Did it different this time and actually bagged all the clippings. Hadn't been doing that before, but Jackson seems to like to roll in it all the time and thus will get it all over the house. Not good.
Work has been going good for me. I'm still doing the UK dividend project, but it is just in a state where I am waiting for the vendor to get me some more information. Otherwise, I am starting on some of my Trades responsibilities, I've already got two enhancements and one problem I'm working on, and I also did two or three reports for the users. I love it.
Well Here comes nate,
Tuesday, April 11
- Panoma Winery
- Natural Bridge
- Ms. Froggy's Fudge Factory
- Bald Knob Cross at Alto Pass
- Giant City State Park
- Dat's Italian, Benton, IL
Thursday, April 6
Wednesday, April 5
Main Entry: tow
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English tow- spinning; akin to Old Norse tO tuft of wool for spinning, Old English tawian to prepare for use -- more at TAW
Date: 14th century
1 : short or broken fiber (as of flax, hemp, or synthetic material) that is used especially for yarn, twine, or stuffing
2 a : yarn or cloth made of tow b : a loose essentially untwisted strand of synthetic fibers
Main Entry: tow·head
1 : a low alluvial island or shoal in a river : SANDBAR
2 : a head of hair resembling tow especially in being flaxen or tousled; also : a person having such a head of hair
- tow·head·ed /-"he-d&d/ adjective