Monthly Archives: February 2010

Derek Webb’s Stockholm Syndrome FREE

That’s right, Derek Webb’s album Stockholm Syndrome is free for 48 hours (ending Thursday night).  We were quite excited to see this, since we had not gotten around to buying the album.  Some of you may already have it, but … Continue reading

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Miracle 2

Okay, that is a bit of an overstatement.  But come on, USA has not beaten Canada in hockey since 1960!  We are certainly no hockey fanatics, neither of us could name one player on either team before the game (and … Continue reading

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Goodbye to a Dear Friend

It is official… the Saturn is for sale.  We finally have it all clean (in and out), a new battery, and ready for a new owner.  She looks better than either of us can ever remember. There are a lot … Continue reading

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40 Days of Water

Dylan saw this on Sandra McCracken’s twitter, and we decided to try it!  We think it is for a great cause, and clean drinking water is something we certainly take for granted.  You can also just donate a lump sum … Continue reading

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Thoughts from “Three Cups of Tea”

Last weekend at the ‘rents in front of a fireplace, I finished reading Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson.  After failing to summit K2 [2nd largest mountain in the world, so cool, see below!], Greg Mortenson “accidentally” ends up … Continue reading

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2 more down!

This weekend we both finished our books!  So that means 2 things:  “Currently Reading” is updated, and you get a couple of (amateur) book reviews from each of us! Dylan: I just finished Dracula by Bram Stoker.  Overall, it was … Continue reading

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Winter Olympics 2010

A Canadian men’s skier whose inspiration is his older brother with Cerebral Palsy wins the first ever gold medal for Canada on Canadian soil,  a United States women’s skier who was favored in 2006 and didn’t qualify wins the gold this year, … Continue reading

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