Posts Tagged "liz"

Christmas Eve in Frankfort

To celebrate Christmas, Liz and I headed down to Frankfort to visit her folks. We went a day early, and ended up spending the night there – spending both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with them.

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The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis: Dinosaurs, Snow Globes and the Yule Slide

Small historical note: In the 3rd grade at Spring Mill Elementary, my teacher Mrs. McKenna gave a challenge out to the students. For anyone who could remember all the presidents and vice-presidents in order, and could recite them from memory… she offered up a special treat. I was one of the kids who did this, and I can’t remember who the other two were. I think Aaron was one of the other ones, but can’t remember for sure.

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Early Christmas in Atlanta

As is our annual tradition, we had an early Christmas with the Holder family at their home in Atlanta, GA. Recently, the Fords moved down to Atlanta as well, and are currently staying with the Holders. Needless to say, we had a very full house – which, over the holidays… is the best kind of house.

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Liz Prepares the Annual Holiday Fruitcake

Liz has been hard at work in the kitchen this weekend, preparing her annual fruitcake. A few things you should know: first, this is not the usual dry and crumbly thing that most people think of, when the word fruitcake is mentioned. Second – there is a lot of booze in the fruitcakes Liz makes.

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