Monthly Archives: June 2011

Weekend Wedding and Weekend Watermelon

I enjoy monochromatic foods and alliteration weekends. This weekend was brought to me by the letter “w.” I went to a high school friend’s wedding on Saturday. I also discovered the wonders (see — “w”) of the buffet at the Indian … Continue reading

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10 Random Things About My Day

1.  It was raining when I started biking to work this morning. The sky was completely gray, but I assumed it would stop raining in a few minutes. It didn’t. But all was well — a bike helmet also serves … Continue reading

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Sue Keeney 2011?

This was Sue. Her last name was Keeney. I have to use the past tense because she eventually became bread. Sue Keeney bread. John and I evaluated the potential garden produce situation and determined our garden(s) would be the laughing stock of Iowa … Continue reading

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Laura of the Flies

I’ve recently noticed a pack (flock? bevy?) of obese flies in my house. Their buzzing is quite loud. One greeted me at the door when I came in last night. I’m still not sure if I found it weird or comforting. I’m … Continue reading

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I Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Car

Ok, that’s probably not true. Cars are quite useful in many aspects of my life. But, I did bike to work Wednesday-Friday last week and I biked to my parents’ house for Father’s Day. My parents live in Panora. I live … Continue reading

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I’m a RASHional Person

That’s right. I’m rashy. I’m not afraid to share it with others. It’s a great conversation starter — a real way to win friends and influence people. I’ve always been a rashy person. In elementary school, I was the little … Continue reading

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Laura, Laura, Quite Contrary, Where Did Your Garden Go? [aka: Ranting About Bunnies, Part 17]

I planted a fourth veggie garden on Sunday. Veggie garden #4 had lettuce, Brussels sprouts (!!), and broccoli. It’s my secret (shhh!) garden because it’s kind of hidden behind a tree in the corner of my urban farm. Even I have to … Continue reading

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