Monthly Archives: April 2011

HUGS

[Sam Trumm, Whitney Gesell, Joie Warnes, Lauren Trumm, and a totally-airborne Cara Wood celebrate the game’s final buzzer.] Maudlin: Weak or mawkish sentiment. I believe the last time I was maudlin (though don’t quote me on that) was after the … Continue reading

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Happy Easter

[In anticipation of what seems like the first really nice day in weeks (going to hit some balls as soon as I finish this), the Easter Bunny did find her way to our house this year, landed her reindeer-pulled sleigh … Continue reading

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Rock ‘n’ Roll History

[Tommy and Matt Veline] . . . well, it was for me. Matt Veline played at the winery today – not a surprise, he plays there once a month. He only lives about five miles from the winery now and … Continue reading

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How I Spent My Spring Vacation, Part IX

By Tommy Obert, 5th Grade Dateline: Alexandria, Minnesota, April 22, 2011 [Let me introduce you to a good part of the whole fam damily. If you are keeping score at home, here is sister Gretch’s description: “(L to R) Niece … Continue reading

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“Wheather” It’s Spring?

  April 20. A month into allegedly spring. We had our second snow in a week this morning; this afternoon we had two episodes of sleet. The supervisor and I slogged our way to the end of Darling Heights Place … Continue reading

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Fine Dining and Underwear

[Reputedly cute couple (part II)] We interrupt completion of our vacation analysis (again) for the following: We had a fine dining experience . . . and experience has taught us a multitude of photographic evidence requires a blog rather than … Continue reading

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“The Seagull”

We interrupt completion of our vacation analysis for the following: If you know Cam, my youngest brother, you may be aware that this weekend was his stage debut in The Seagull, a play by Anton Chekhov, at Century College in … Continue reading

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