Damn this Scooba is amazing. Easy to use, easy to clean, and cleans hardwood floors amazingly well. Had some dried ink staining the floor and it picked it up first pass. All while I was playing the XBox.
If I was smart I would have hidden it from Amy and only pull it out when she’s out of the house. When she gets home I do a “see what I spent hours scrubbing?” and earn some get-out-of-chores credit.
So far my confidence placed in the Lions has been truly misplaced… perhaps I should be placing it on the undefeated Boilermakers? The game of the year on Purdue’s schedule is tomorrow, when Purdue travels to South Bend to take on Notre Dame. Last time Purdue visited they broke a 30+ year drought of winning in South Bend (by 25 points no less) and Amy and I were there to witness it. All of us (our tailgating crew) took time to enjoy the victory afterward as we pondered whether we would be alive the next time Purdue wins in South Bend.
Maybe it’s because Purdue is owed some W’s after outplaying the Irish in 1998, 2000, and 2002 yet still coming away with a loss, but I have high hopes for this game. Not that I think Purdue is a better team this year – they aren’t. But they are due to win a game they aren’t supposed to.
Enough said. Glad to see the team back in New Orleans.
About time 🙂 Hopefully the Lions can send Favre a retirement present of three picks… his usual when he visits Detroit.
One of the interesting consequences of Garrett learning to walk in the Pacific Northwest backwoods is that he is already very well adjusted to the outdoors. He navigates rocks, hills, streams amazingly well, simply because that is all he knows. Today we went on a bike ride, and I stopped to find a couple caches along the way. Before I knew it he had climbed a small mound of rocks. Very cute, and he has a ball doing it.
I imagine he will climb Mount Si someday… I don’t mean hike, I mean climb 🙂
This is for Amy, if she has web access in Nashville.
Garrett had a pre-pre-school play group this morning at the same pre-school Spencer attended last year. About 9 kids in it, and Garrett had a good time. An hour and a half, mostly ad hoc playing, but they did read two books, had an art project, and had snack time. Good mix of playing / structure (2:1 by my estimation).
All in all I liked it, and I actually met a neighbor who lives on the street. Hopefully she and I Amy can set up some playdates for Garrett and Mason.
I don’t talk about Purdue football on this blog. Not sure why, perhaps I’m trying to bury that fateful day in 2004 when the 5th ranked Purdue Boilermakers with their Heisman-leading QB gave a game away that started them on the current two year downturn.
Things are not looking good for Purdue this year. Giving up 31 points a game to Indiana State, Ball State, and Miami of Ohio. Ouch. They get Minnesota tomorrow. Fortunately in West Lafayette, but still, will take a big turnaround on defense for Purdue to pull this off.