Saturday, September 01, 2007

I have a brother and his name is........


BROOKS!!!!!

The Brooks or Brooksias Leedalis is a predatory animal. In his natural state he seems, calm, cool and somewhat collected. Beware aggravating the Brooks will put a person in danger of atomic wedgies, a ghostie of your bicycle, or being shot point blank with a paintball gun. The Brooks also wields a strong punch that will bruise an arm. Keep distance and do not taunt, tease or otherwise encourage his erratic behavior.




The best thing about encountering a Brooks is making him feel uncomfortable. Look above as a female is pinning a flower upon his breast. This is the same as tapping on a fish tank. He is as confused as a goldfish.

Superman's weakness is kryptonite. Brooks' weakness is hugs.

Happy birthday brother.

Have a good day big brother.


Tuesday, August 28, 2007

We are moved in!

HOUSE


Sitting Room

Guest Room



Garage (after we painted)




Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Contract Pending

As the title suggests, Skye and I have a contract pending on a home. This is the best picture of the house I could find. Thank you microsoft paint. The inspector detector will be walking through the house on Saturday. Move in date 29 June 07.


We head to Jamaica next week.
Go the Distance

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

To the tune of American Pie

A Long Long time ago,

I can still remember how blogging used to make me feel.
I knew that if I had my chance,
KU would've won the dance,
And maybe then Julian would've stayed.

But March came and made me shiver,
Dunph was coming and it made me quiver,
Dan Jim and Alex to have a Lawrence doorstep.
I cant wait what will happen next.

I can't remember if I lied
When I told you about my drunken time
But some thing burned me deep inside
The day, Lane Leedahl shined.

So hi-hi NBA playoff time
Luol Deng playing great game just in the knick of time.
And Shaq and D-Wade are looking to complain:
Saying im the face of the NBA, We are the face of the NBA

I stop writing now.


Go Twins!

Monday, December 11, 2006

Lesson #22 An oldie, but a goodie


This season in the NBA marked a new era in basketball with the addition of a new ball. Look above, and note the interlocking channels. This ball although visually appealing will soon die. David Stern ordered for the execution of this ball as of January 1, 2007. In a one-on-one interview with this ball I asked how it felt to be a star for such a short time. The balls answer was somewhat surprising as the ball exclaimed, "I didn't want this job. This job was forced on me, I mean, I knew I sucked, David Stern knew I sucked my life was to be used on crappy outdoor courts by Lincoln Golf Course, and to be punted by big Joe. I was happy with that. Some people say that they are just waiting for their shot at the big time, but I tell you what, the big time sucks.

The former NBA ball, which I found vacationing in Lawrence learning about its roots is nervous about coming back. The ball anticipates to be a little rusty, but believes that within a week or two he will be able to bounce like he did in his prime.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Lesson #21. I'm bringing sexy back!

I'm back baby!!!

What a wonderful world that we live in. A college basketball season is upon us. I apologize for my lack of posting, and intend to do a better job of keeping my blog updated. It as if I am a child who gets a fish, and then does not feed the fish. The intentions are there, but the responsibility is not.

We have a little over a month until I am married. Did you guys know that I am getting married?
It is going to be in People magazines top 50 events of 2007. If your name is Scotty No, and you are reading this post, I need your address.

Skye, Padme, and myself have been really busy lately with most of our free time given to wedding planning, trying to win in fantasy football, playing golden tee golf, and serving on the board of Lutheran Campus Ministiries. We just finished a chili cookoff this weekend before the KU/KSU football game, Rock Chalk Jayhawk we won, and are now bowl eligible. I predict us to be put in the Flushmaster Toilet Bowl.

Thanksgiving is coming around this week, and we are planning to spend the day delivering meals, and having our dinner at a friend's place with his family.

Hope this blog finds all of you well!

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

# 20 People will come Ray, People will come

So anyways, it is August, and that means that post-season baseball is creeping ever so close, and that means it is about time to come out with the 2006 Homer Hanky. I believe that if the twins were to have a homer hanky for this year, that we could win the AL Central. Yep I said it, if you make the hanky we won't have to worry about the wildcard.

I am getting excited about the fact that the twinkies will have an open-air stadium, and I won't have to worry about the giant garbage bag that is the right field wall. I attended a Royals/Twins game, and it was amazing to see the thousands that showed up from Minnesota. It makes me wonder how many people will make the trip down I-35 once the twins have the new stadium.

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