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A turkey to close 🦃 🎳

Posted Thursday, October 19th, 2017 08:42 am GMT -6 in Family,Sports,Travel at 8:42 AM

Not bad for being rusty

Is this Thunder Bay?

Posted Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 10:20 pm GMT -6 in Design,Travel at 10:20 PM

Radisson Duluth seems a bit frozen in time

Five stars all the way, baby

Posted Thursday, October 5th, 2017 08:53 am GMT -6 in Links,Travel at 8:53 AM

Bruno Mars at T-Mobile Arena

Posted Monday, July 24th, 2017 07:29 pm GMT -6 in Concerts,Friends,Music,Travel at 7:29 PM

It seems like forever ago already, but one of the highlights of our Vegas trip last month was a private concert by Bruno Mars at the new T-Mobile Arena that the Golden Knights will call home. The Cisco Live! conference had around 28,000 attendees and most of them tried to squeeze into the arena for the roughly 80 minute set (with no opener and no encore).

We had passes to get in early and were herded to the upper level concourse for free food and drinks. Before the full doors opened, we worked our way down to the arena floor and I got a spot on the end of the front barrier. Bruno and his crew spent more time in the middle of the stage, but it was still a great spot to watch them up close. Conference organizers handed out free hats with flashing lights, so the place was really more electric than it would normally be with a bunch of nerds.

Kid two was more than a little salty that 1) I got to see him first and 2) that I was that close (when Bruno came to my side of the stage, he was literally about four feet away). Ended up taking way more video than usual, just so she could experience it too. No merch for sale and I didn’t get a set list, but it was pretty much what you’d expect. My favorites were the big hits: That’s What I Like, 24K Magic, Just the Way You Are and (of course) Uptown Funk.

Amazing performer, great show (more pics after the jump).

Not the Fourth

Posted Saturday, July 8th, 2017 05:02 pm GMT -6 in Family,Travel at 5:02 PM

…but still lots of fun, though

The Cadillac of Mines

Posted Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 08:59 pm GMT -6 in Family,History,Travel at 8:59 PM

A return to the Soudan Underground Mine

Shusters on twelve tee

Posted Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 07:54 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Golf,Travel at 7:54 PM

36 holes @ The Wilderness is too much for my tired hands

The Andersons on three tee

Posted Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 12:21 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Golf,Travel at 12:21 PM

The Wilderness is still the greatest

Canoeing on Vermilion

Posted Monday, July 3rd, 2017 02:54 pm GMT -6 in Family,Sports,Travel at 2:54 PM

So much work, but well worth it

A partial recovery

Posted Monday, July 3rd, 2017 02:53 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 2:53 PM

I’d really like that top one, though

Marina walk with the girls

Posted Monday, July 3rd, 2017 02:51 pm GMT -6 in Art,Family,Travel at 2:51 PM

Always liked that carving

Scenes from the lake

Posted Monday, July 3rd, 2017 02:49 pm GMT -6 in Nature,Travel,Wildlife at 2:49 PM

Daisies, loons and eagles on Vermilion

John on Vermilion

Posted Sunday, July 2nd, 2017 07:11 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Travel at 7:11 PM

Back on Birch Point

He’s still at it

Posted Sunday, July 2nd, 2017 01:51 pm GMT -6 in Family,Food,Travel at 1:51 PM

Mandatory stop at Gordy’s, Cloquet

Mostly thumbs up on the arena

Posted Thursday, June 29th, 2017 12:59 pm GMT -6 in Concerts,Hockey,Music,Travel at 12:59 PM

Some areas were really nice, but navigation was a bit troublesome 

Night scenes

Posted Thursday, June 29th, 2017 12:48 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 12:48 PM

This place is so pretty after the sun goes down

Different butterflies

Posted Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 06:34 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 6:34 PM

$60 on a 40-cent spin @ Mandalay Bay

Herm sighting in Nevada

Posted Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 09:12 am GMT -6 in Friends,Travel at 9:12 AM

Great catching up in the pool

Takes me back to SoCal

Posted Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 09:56 pm GMT -6 in Food,Travel at 9:56 PM

…every time

Hey Ladies

Posted Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 09:55 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 9:55 PM

Variations on a theme @ Bellagio

Finally tried clam chowder

Posted Monday, June 26th, 2017 02:33 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Food,Travel at 2:33 PM

Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood @ Mandalay Bay

A New Era with Chuck

Posted Monday, June 26th, 2017 01:02 pm GMT -6 in Business,Casinos,Travel,Work at 1:02 PM

The 2017 Cisco Live Keynote @ Mandalay Bay

Monkey Man 6-2-3

Posted Sunday, June 25th, 2017 11:10 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 11:10 PM

Modern, updated Monkey Man game @ Cosmo

Crack pie from the Milk Bar

Posted Sunday, June 25th, 2017 03:02 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Food,Travel at 3:02 PM

Not bad…

This really never gets old

Posted Sunday, June 25th, 2017 12:03 am GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 12:03 AM

The Fountains at night – Singin’ in the Rain

Hot as Hell’s Kitchen

Posted Saturday, June 24th, 2017 04:20 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Food,Travel,Weather at 4:20 PM

This 110F business is just ridiculous 

Still my favorite

Posted Saturday, June 24th, 2017 11:59 am GMT -6 in Casinos,Food,Travel at 11:59 AM

First stop, Cafe Bellagio

Watch out, Vegas

Posted Saturday, June 24th, 2017 11:52 am GMT -6 in Friends,Travel,Work at 11:52 AM

The Vegas virgin has arrived

Taking an old one

Posted Saturday, June 24th, 2017 05:54 am GMT -6 in Travel,Work at 5:54 AM

MSP-LAS Flight #DL2847

2017 Grandma’s Marathon

Posted Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 08:45 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Marathons,Running,Travel at 8:45 PM

With my lack of miles this spring, I wasn’t expecting much from Grandma’s this year. What happened last Saturday, though, was really something else. Talked into this race by my colleague Shannon, I was hoping to keep up with her for at least the first half. She followed a real training plan, though, and I had only one long run in the last month (and only 162 miles for the year).

The forecast looked warm (again), with clouds and a strong chance of rain. We rode the train to the start, which amazingly had no line to board this year. One last bathroom line wait and we were off. We stayed in front of the 4:15 pacer for a few miles, then I told her to take off (which she did, finishing in a strong 4:17). I crossed the 10K mark in 1:02:29 and was hoping to hold on to a ten minute pace. Unfortunately, a mile later I experienced a pain behind my right knee that I had never felt before. I tried the walk/run thing several times, but ended up basically walking the next 19 miles to the finish.

I believe last year was the first year they expanded the official race limit from six to seven hours, so I kept doing the math in my head to make sure I could walk and still get an official finish. When I finally got downtown, I asked a police officer when the streets re-opened and found out I had 30 minutes left to walk the last mile. No problem, right? I hobbled on and crossed the finish line after 6 hours and 36 minutes (nearly three hours slower than my PR – full stats here).

During that time, the green flags turned to yellow, the sun came out (frying my neck and face), it rained twice and the temp surged past 72F. Walking that long created large blisters on both feet, which caused me to walk crooked (and hurt my ankles). Most of the food was gone at the finish line, but I still got the coveted finisher shirt and medal. The music tent had a nice merchandise stand, so I was able to keep the race poster tradition alive too. The long walk from Canal Park up the hillside to the car was a struggle, as was the shower at my sister’s apartment. Hopped in the car and drove back to the metro right away to get to the Pantages for the Seu Jorge Bowie tribute show (which was amazing – story to come).

Not really sure what my running future holds now. I did sign up for the Donut Run in August (and am still registered for the Get in Gear next year). I’ll leave my name in the London lottery (since I didn’t have to pay anything and there’s like a 2% chance I’ll get picked). To be honest, it’s rather nice to not have any pressure to train right now – plenty of other stressors these days…

Shannon before kicking ass

Posted Saturday, June 17th, 2017 11:21 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Marathons,Running,Travel at 11:21 PM

4:17 in her first Grandma’s (and it was hot again)

Let’s do this thang

Posted Friday, June 16th, 2017 09:20 am GMT -6 in Marathons,Running,Travel at 9:20 AM

Not the greatest decision, but here we go

Shh! It’s really a work trip

Posted Monday, June 12th, 2017 07:27 pm GMT -6 in Food,Travel,Work at 7:27 PM

Vegas in two…

Upgrades at Tobies

Posted Saturday, May 20th, 2017 10:10 pm GMT -6 in Food,Travel at 10:10 PM

So many changes in Hinckley

Aerosmith at the Final Four

Posted Sunday, May 14th, 2017 11:00 pm GMT -6 in Concerts,Music,Sports,Travel at 11:00 PM

My job took me to Phoenix for the Final Four college basketball tournament this year (in anticipation of our stadium hosting in 2019), where I learned a lot about the preparation and logistics needed to put on this major event. With the first two semifinal games on Saturday and the finals on Monday night, I was able to sneak away on Sunday, April 1, to attend the Capital One JamFest.

The NCAA puts on a series of concerts over the weekend each year, but this was the only day I could go to the Arizona edition. This turned out great, as that day had the lineup I most wanted to see:

  • Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
  • Blink 182
  • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
  • Aerosmith

I’ve seen the Night Sweats and Macklemore before, but Aerosmith was on my bucket list (I think Blink 182 skipped my generation – don’t think I knew any of their songs, to be honest). Leon Bridges played the night before and made a quick cameo with Nathaniel Rateliff during S.O.B., which was cool (I’ve seen Leon a few times, but was still sad his set was during the semifinal games).

The local paper has a summary of the day here, which was highlighted by massive crowd control issues at Margaret T. Hance Park. Thankfully my NCAA credential got me in, because there was no way the police were letting in more than 20,000 people. I got there just as Night Sweats took the stage, positioning myself in front of the sound board and large lighting tower. I ended up getting pushed up farther and farther with each act, which included my first close-up encounter with a real mosh pit during the Blink set (waaaaay too intense for my tastes).

The concerts went on for seven and a half hours, which meant I nearly passed out from dehydration by the end. In hindsight, I was glad that I didn’t give up my spot, as watching Steven Tyler from about 15 feet away singing Dream On was a lifetime concert highlight for me (pictures after the jump). The openers sounded great, Blink was almost as energetic as their fan base, Macklemore put on a high-quality set reminiscent of his Minnesota State Fair show, while the Bad Boys of Boston really lived up to my high expectations (hard to believe those guys are all nearly 70).

Charles Barkley and Jim Nantz also made an appearance in between sets, along with about ten million Capital One promotions…

Right back attcha, Bruno

Posted Thursday, April 20th, 2017 04:14 pm GMT -6 in Concerts,Music,Travel at 4:14 PM

24K @ the nerd conference this summer


Posted Monday, April 17th, 2017 10:52 am GMT -6 in Marathons,Running,Travel at 10:52 AM

Someday (right, cardiologist?)

Peter Gabriel and Sting at Summerfest

Posted Saturday, April 15th, 2017 09:55 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Concerts,Food,Music,Travel at 9:55 PM

Summerfest in Milwaukee just announced their 2017 lineup, which continues their amazing run of awesome bookings. I still don’t fully understand how they can get such great acts year after year, while charging so little to get in. There must be some serious beer vendor underwriting going on – plus now they are stepping up the other corporate sponsorships to improve the grounds.

While the closing night this year features the outstanding Outlaw Music Festival (with Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, Nathaniel Rateliff and Margo Price), I don’t think we are going to go this year. Reviewing the daily lineups reminded me I never wrote about last year’s finale: Peter Gabriel and Sting on the Rock Paper Scissors tour.

The problem with me forgetting about these posts in the draft folder is that I have a really hard time remembering exactly what happened. Thankfully this Sunday night show from July 10, 2016 was covered by the local newspaper. They also included the setlist I included below (followed by some really bad shots from our waaaaay in the back seats).

After re-reading the review, I do remember that I was really concerned heading in to the show about Sting covering Peter Gabriel songs and vice versa. We’ve seen Sting a number of times, but had never seen Gabriel and didn’t want to get a “fake” cover show. In reality, the show was the best of both worlds and was one of my favorites all year. I don’t recall how much the tickets were, but I know they were expensive and that I intentionally bought seats farther back to limit cost.

The only other things I remember about this trip is that we stayed in the really nice new rooms at the Potawatomi Hotel and we took our first two Uber rides (which also turned out to be our last Uber rides). Didn’t play much at the casino – Milwaukee pricing is a little too rich for my taste. Oh yeah, also made a quick pit stop at the Gritty in Madison…

  • The Rhythm of the Heat (PG)
  • If I Ever Lose My Faith in You (Sting)
  • Digging in the Dirt (PG and Sting)
  • Invisible Sun (PG and Sting)
  • Games Without Frontiers (PG and Sting)
  • Shock the Monkey (PG and Sting)
  • Secret World (PG)
  • Driven to Tears (Sting)
  • Fragile (PG and Sting)
  • Red Rain (PG)
  • Dancing with the Moonlit Knight (Sting)
  • Message in a Bottle (PG and Sting)
  • San Jacinto (PG)
  • Walking in your Footsteps (Sting)
  • Kiss That Frog (PG and Sting)
  • Don’t Give Up (PG)
  • The Hounds of Winter (Sting)
  • Big Time (PG and Sting)
  • Englishman in New York (PG and Sting)
  • Solsbury Hill (PG and Sting)
  • Every Little Thing She Does is Magic (Sting)
  • If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Gabriel)
  • Roxanne (Sting)
  • Love Can Heal (Gabriel)
  • Desert Rose (Sting)
  • In Your Eyes (PG and Sting)
  • Encore
  • Every Breath You Take (PG and Sting)
  • Sledgehammer (PG and Sting)

My long lost friends

Posted Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 07:37 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Travel at 7:37 PM

Hello, Arizona hookers – thanks for showing up!

My little desert shopping trip

Posted Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 07:29 pm GMT -6 in Fashion,Shopping,Travel at 7:29 PM


Pest control?

Posted Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 07:21 pm GMT -6 in Nature,Travel at 7:21 PM

I assume that’s why they paint the tree trunks white, but I don’t really know

Back in Sun City

Posted Tuesday, April 4th, 2017 07:20 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Golf,Travel,Weather at 7:20 PM

Round number two was a little rougher


Posted Monday, April 3rd, 2017 08:24 pm GMT -6 in Sports,Travel,Work at 8:24 PM

The road ends now

Lunch at Vee Quiva

Posted Monday, April 3rd, 2017 05:24 pm GMT -6 in Casinos,Food,Travel at 5:24 PM

…and maybe a few games

Fireworks and palm trees

Posted Monday, April 3rd, 2017 01:29 am GMT -6 in Concerts,Music,Travel at 1:29 AM

What a night in Phoenix 

All the Minnesotans are here

Posted Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 03:05 pm GMT -6 in Friends,Golf,Travel at 3:05 PM

Golf with John and Cathy @ Palmbrook CC, Sun City, AZ

This press box is so chill

Posted Saturday, April 1st, 2017 07:02 pm GMT -6 in Sports,Travel,Work at 7:02 PM

But it’s crazy out there

We are all from Spokane

Posted Saturday, April 1st, 2017 07:00 pm GMT -6 in Schools,Sports,Travel,Work at 7:00 PM

I do have a dog in this fight

90 minutes in traffic

Posted Saturday, April 1st, 2017 06:58 pm GMT -6 in Sports,Travel,Work at 6:58 PM

…then 15 minute security line

Courtside is intense

Posted Saturday, April 1st, 2017 02:56 pm GMT -6 in Sports,Technology,Travel at 2:56 PM

Looks like we need some wires in the middle of the field

An oasis in the desert

Posted Saturday, April 1st, 2017 02:54 pm GMT -6 in Food,Travel at 2:54 PM

How could I not? Right across the street from the hotel…

The merch is on point

Posted Friday, March 31st, 2017 10:24 pm GMT -6 in Shopping,Sports,Travel,Work at 10:24 PM

One of my Final Four souvenirs (also got a hat)

Hamster Power

Posted Thursday, March 30th, 2017 10:30 pm GMT -6 in Cars,Travel at 10:30 PM

My Kia Soul PHX rental

Clark, please

Posted Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 03:44 pm GMT -6 in Movies,Travel,Work at 3:44 PM

He doesn’t know any better…

An Update from Ireland

Posted Monday, March 27th, 2017 11:50 am GMT -6 in Family,Travel at 11:50 AM

Her horse Rose in Killarney 

Starting to get jealous

Posted Saturday, March 25th, 2017 05:18 pm GMT -6 in Family,Travel at 5:18 PM

Another beautiful Ireland pic from MK

The Euro Store?

Posted Friday, March 24th, 2017 11:32 am GMT -6 in Family,Shopping,Travel at 11:32 AM

Free time to shop and explore

She made it!

Posted Friday, March 24th, 2017 08:18 am GMT -6 in Family,Travel at 8:18 AM

MK in Ireland


Posted Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 07:01 am GMT -6 in Family,Music,Schools,Travel at 7:01 AM

Spring break band trip to the old country for MK

Anniversary Week in Victoria

Posted Monday, March 6th, 2017 01:00 am GMT -6 in Family,Food,Holidays,Travel at 1:00 AM

Last December was our 25th wedding anniversary. We hadn’t taken a real vacation since 2013, but thanks to the little windfall from Mystic Lake, that was going to change. We reviewed a lot of options from the bucket list, but weather and my work schedule limited our real choices. We could squeeze five days in between Monster Jam and the Vikings and wanted to go somewhere new (even though Florida, SoCal and Vegas were all very tempting). And the winner was…Victoria, British Columbia.

It actually was part of my bucket list (#32 – Watch the lights turn on over Victoria Harbour) and the average temps for that region in December are usually moderated by the Pacific. Unfortunately, as one local informed us, this was the first snow Victoria had seen in 20 years. It was very weird seeing green bowling lawns, flowering plants, outdoor running fountains…and small piles of snow. It stayed in the 30s (F) the whole time we were there, with a fair amount of wind to make it seem even colder. We packed appropriately, though, so it wasn’t nearly as bad as Vienna during Christmas market season.

We flew Sun Country into Seattle and rented from National’s Emerald Aisle (love both of those companies and had great experiences again this trip). TripAdvisor had great things to say about Abigail’s Hotel in Victoria (including most romantic hotel and #1 hotel in Victoria), so I booked four nights there. It was amazing – daily breakfast cooked to order, beautiful rooms and lobby, friendly staff and a central location that was an easy walk to the harbour area. They even upgraded us to a nicer room for our anniversary at no charge and left us a personalized card and gift upon arrival.

Before we got to Canada, we made a quick stop in downtown Seattle. Colleen had never been there before, while I used to go all the time when I had servers at the former Digital Forest (RIP). Pike Place Market was great, but really cold. We visited the original Starbucks and I had Beecher’s mac and cheese for the first time. After some very fresh fish and chips from Jack’s Fish Spot, we headed north on I-5 to the border. The Canadian customs agent literally asked us just two questions: 1) purpose of the trip and 2) do you have any weapons? He told us to have a great anniversary and sent us on our way.

Canada kicks ass.

We had a fairly strict schedule to follow, as we were booked on the last ferry to Swartz Bay. The entire experience on BC Ferries was super cool and we got to ride the Spirit of British Columbia going over and the Spirit of Vancouver Island coming back. They were almost identical, holding a maximum of 410 cars and 34 semis. The trip over in the dark was not nearly as scenic as the morning return on Friday (which was beautiful). A bit expensive overall, but I’m still glad we did that instead of flying straight to YYJ. It was also cool to have one of the very few cars on Vancouver Island to have foreign license plates (seriously, that was weird how almost *everyone* had BC plates in that town).

On Tuesday, we started the day by walking to the harbour area and visiting the wonderful Royal BC Museum. This place was one of the better museums we’ve seen, with a wide variety of well-done natural and human history exhibits (including some amazing First Nation artifacts) and a high-quality gift shop. We walked around the inner harbour area, checking out the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia and the Fairmont Empress Victoria. The Fairmont has had quite the history and one of the guides at the BC Museum had told us not to miss the pictures in the basement (which was a very good tip).

For lunch, we walked over to Victoria’s very little Chinatown on Fisgard Street and ate at Shanghai City. After that, we walked back to the hotel to get the car for a little excursion along the southern coast, which included a stop at the University of Victoria bookstore to pick up some things for MK (whose middle name is Victoria). We finished up the day with a minor league hockey game at the Save On Foods Memorial Centre, where we watched the Victoria Royals beat the Portland Winterhawks 5-1. It was super fun entertainment, with on-the-glass front row tickets all of $25 each. For all the money we saved on tickets, I ended up leaving with a new Royals jersey too.

Our actual anniversary on the fourteenth started with a driving trip along the west coast of the island. The same guide at the BC Museum told us to drive through Sooke to Port Renfrew, then turn east and go through the mountains to Lake Cowichan before returning south to Victoria. We stopped at French Beach Provincial Park, which was (of course) cold, but a beautiful mix of ferns, large trees and rocky seashore. It felt a lot like the North Shore of Lake Superior, but with salt water (and the possibility of seeing whales, which we unfortunately did not experience). The farther out we got, the more remote it seemed, but the Port Renfrew Pub in Snuggery Cove was an oasis. Great food, friendly service and some seriously frozen ferns.

The road from Port Renfrew to Lake Cowichan was challenging, but nothing like the shitshow that Siri and Apple Maps pulled on me when we returned to Victoria. We had anniversary dinner reservations for The Dining Room at Butchart Gardens and we were running late. I asked Siri for the fastest route and the directions given were practically suicidal – single lane (but bidirectional traffic), switchbacks with huge vertical, ice covered surfaces, blind intersections and poor lighting all contributed to something that should have never been advised by any sane person. We eventually arrived safely in one piece, but it was stressful and basically ruined the rest of the evening.

The restaurant was nice and the gardens were decorated in Christmas lights and animated figures representing the twelve days of Christmas. They had an indoor carousel that we rode and the snow interacted with the lights in a very pretty way (even though it was bitterly cold out). We took the “normal” way back to Victoria from Butchart and were very happy to get back to the room.

On our last full day in Victoria, we started off with a visit to the Mayfair Shopping Center before looking for a fish and chip restaurant we wanted to try (Red Fish – Blue Fish, which turned out was closed for the season). Our backup was the Irish Times Pub, which was wonderful. We stopped back at the local Roots store for more goalie socks, then waited by the harbour for the lights to turn on (bucket list – check). Dinner that night was at the highly rated Pizzeria Prima Strada on Cook Street, which was good (but still no match for Punch in Minnesota, in our opinion).

Friday was a planes, trains and automobiles kind of day (with ferries instead of trains), with a very early start to catch the first ferry out of Swartz Bay. As I mentioned earlier, seeing the other smaller islands on the way back to Tsawwassen was incredibly cool. The waves were much larger that day, but the huge ferry just plowed right through them, causing surprisingly large plumes of water to deflect backwards.

We passed through U.S. Customs after about five questions and had time to stop at Tulalip Resort Casino before heading to Sea-Tac. Tulalip was a huge diappointment – it’s a beautiful property, but their gaming floor was terrible (limited game selection, with the same games over and over). The airport, however, was great – the new Sub-Pop store was a wonderful addition to my usual stop at Ivar’s for fish and chips.

Fun trip to a beautiful city, with currently favorable exchange rates…

Second Kingsbury?

Posted Monday, February 6th, 2017 01:38 pm GMT -6 in Family,History,Running,Travel at 1:38 PM

First from Eagan, first of those born on 1/19 – my results sheet and bib from the 1996 Bloomsday 12K in Spokane

Cookie says it’s time to eat

Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 02:50 pm GMT -6 in Art,Food,Travel at 2:50 PM

Come and get it

Top Five Filet

Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 01:37 pm GMT -6 in Food,Travel at 1:37 PM

This was amazing – Vic and Anthony’s, Houston

Just in time to check out

Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 11:42 pm GMT -6 in Travel,Work at 11:42 PM

So frustrating 

Roman numerals forever

Posted Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 09:53 pm GMT -6 in Football,Travel,Work at 9:53 PM

Super Bowl LI, Houston, Texas

Almost ready for the big show

Posted Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 09:31 pm GMT -6 in Football,Travel,Work at 9:31 PM

Super Bowl LI prep @ NRG Stadium

Best club decor ever

Posted Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 09:29 pm GMT -6 in Design,Football,Travel,Work at 9:29 PM

Deep in the heart of Texas @ NRG Stadium

I heart chutes

Posted Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 09:27 pm GMT -6 in Football,Travel,Work at 9:27 PM

It is home to the rodeo, after all

Frontier will pay – right?

Posted Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 09:25 pm GMT -6 in Shopping,Travel at 9:25 PM

And from Forever 21, even (except for the hat)

Giant helmets in Texas

Posted Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 10:14 am GMT -6 in Football,Travel,Work at 10:14 AM

The credentials cut down on the long walk


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