We had time today to stop at my favorite mexican place in Minneapolis. Jason is a food blogger and plans on doing a write up. He whipped out his iPhone to take some photos and I offered to take some instead. Look at that deliciousness.
I'm still full, 5 hours later.
Posted by Unknown at 11:03 PM
Largest snow storm in February ever and it didn't slow me down. Well, I had an evening of terrible driving on Sunday, but I recovered.
My nephew is 7 and is now playing hockey (I'm so proud). I went down to Mankato with some friends for the 3rd annual 'Buddyfest.' And I visited the spoon and cherry bridge which looks cool surrounded by fresh snow.
Posted by Unknown at 12:49 AM
Today was one of those days when I couldn't stop to get the best images of my day. I was driving to a story, shooting the story or driving home. I missed the fog. Damn. I missed the rifle range. Damn. I missed the low purple moon. Damn. I did get the entrance to Camp Ripley. On the other side of these gates, I had the opportunity to shoot an M-16.
My job is fantastic.
Posted by Unknown at 1:30 AM
Perhaps flowers are a bit cliche on Valentine's Day. Too bad.
Tracy gets bonus points for getting the flowers to me this morning. For this act of awesomeness she received a delicious breakfast of french toast. For lunch I met up with Jannie for 'chicken and a movie.' (Chicken is the new pizza... Don't know if you had heard.) When I got home, I made Matt a pan of tator tot hotdish and we reveled in our single-ness together. Any night is a good night if there is a tator tot hotdish involved.
Posted by Unknown at 11:38 PM
Have I mentioned how much I love Minnesota?
It's been in the 30s for two days. I went outside without a coat, or hat, or mittens, or boots. It was amazing. This may be affecting my present opinion about the awesomeness of my home state.
I know we have lots of winter ahead, but the warm temps give me hope. Spring is coming. Someday.
Posted by Unknown at 1:06 AM
Book club Sunday. 5 members didn't make it and of the 4 of us attending, only 2 had read the book. Needless to say, there was not much book discussion, but we still enjoyed ourselves. There was coffee and homemade coffee cake. An excellent way to spend morning.
Posted by Unknown at 1:35 PM
The Bouncing Team is one of the Winter Carnival's oldest traditions. Tonight was try-outs. Our anchor gave it a shot and she did a great job. I saved some stills from my video.
As a side note, the last time I was in the atrium of the Landmark Center was during the '08 elections. This is the spot where I heard McCain speak when he rolled through town.
Posted by Unknown at 11:20 PM