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This old Matchbox truck is more beat up than my Ford, but it seems to want to go right off the fiscal cliff….
My neighbor asked me to check for water leaks at his house while he is away (saw none).
But I do covet tho large wagon wheel! I have always wanted an old wheel
Sometimes I buy a big cheap bag of oranges so I can make my own juice. It may not be economical, but it feels good.
Mostly improv based loosely on a recipe from epicurious- I did not have enough onion, and none of the shallots suggested t brown in butter before tossing in. I use instead mushroom and celery, and the flavor came from some left over Christmas Ham. Also put in chopped cilantro (in place of chives) and my own basil
I am finding more and more soup is basically whatever you can find in your kitchen
My Citizen watch has been out of commission for at least 2 years (broken pin). I finally got it repaired; I cannot say enough about Norm's Watch Repair in Mesa (be ready for a story when you ask the woman who owns it "is there a real Norm?")
Salsa and Chips, I got nutrition covered (and thats home made salsa, and damn good)
I am pretty sure Petey was pondering some differential equations or mutating the potential conflicts of being and not being...
She's my new dog… for 6 days. Actually she belongs to my neighbor, who asked me to watch her.
She's adorable, affectionate, loves walks, and runs up the steps. It's gonna be good
My friend solid Bob the VW to a local firefighter; it's nice to see him around the neighborhood.
See "A Car Named Bob"
This recipe was shared by a gr. 7 student in my class. In his first blog post of the year, he wrote about his grandma's chicken. After I commented that I'd like the recipe, he typed it up and shared it with me in a google doc. Imagine my surprise! And so tonight I made the recipe, complete with the mash potato side dish he recommended. He was right, it was delicious.
But best of all was the fact that this student wrote this on his own:)
Josh attempting to better Jacob's reach before being ripped back to the start.
Clarence Fisher, the other Idea Hive teacher, posted a video on the Idea Hive blog called, "Free Hugs!", music by Sick Puppies. This inspired the class Group Hug! www.ideahive.org/?p=168
My class, 8B, challenged our neighbouring gr. 8 classroom, 8A, to a bobbing for apples (BFA) challenge. 5 boys, 5 girls challenged the other class, and my girls gave as good as the boys. We pummelled them!
Year 2, and the connection begins again with student created questions for each other, the introduction of this year's flickr contest, and their next blog post assignment.