Saturday, February 26, 2011

Notes from the past week:

  • Our dishwasher is broken. Does anyone know how to fix it? I believe something shorted out in the control panel when I slammed it shut. I found some diagrams online, but I'm still not entirely sold that we can fix this one ourselves.
  • Our truck broke again. Then Rob fixed it. It's good to have a handy husband. The end.

  • We haven't done any work on the house lately. Well, actually Rob hung a different door on the spare bedroom entryway, but it didn't fit quite right. He had to get create with the dremel, but now it looks pretty nice.

  • We received around 15 inches of snow last weekend. In other words, it's no longer 50 degrees, like in these photos.









  • Some people ignore signs.





    Yes, there are two vehicles out on the ice, not too far from open water. I guess ice fishing is pretty important to some people. For the record, I don't even know if this tiny mid-city lake is stocked.

  • We are going to see the Pixies in April. Rob's never seen them, but this will be my second time. Read about why I love the Pixies.

4 comments:

Steph0871 February 26, 2011 at 5:47 PM  

oh, how I long for 50 degrees again.

How old is the dishwasher? Jeremy can probably help you if you decide to try and fix it!

Mike February 27, 2011 at 10:22 AM  

Is this Lake Hiawatha? We're not loving the snow again either. :(

kristi.w. February 27, 2011 at 1:40 PM  

Steph - I think it's from the mid 90s when they put the addition on. I think we might just buy a new one.

Mike - It's Silver Lake in Saint Anthony Village. Someday... someday it will be spring in Minnesota.

Anonymous April 12, 2011 at 9:11 PM  

Jason and I saw The Pixies about a year and a half ago- it was quite possibly my favorite show ever. Have a blast!

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