Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Beer-cheese bread and a dirty old man

We are now in Wisconsin. We traveled all day on Sunday and now we are here. We arrived to 8 inches of snow and frigid temperatures (almost like ND). This morning I had coffee at a place called Cafe Diem (that is a cheesy name for a coffee establishment but it is better than others I have heard - that is a different blog post entirely). I drank coffee and read 2 Timothy as well as a few chapters of a book on marriage. I will take just a second to let you know that my wife is amazing and I am glad we are married.

Whilst I made vegetarian chili, Kirsten and her mother looked through a few photo albums from days of yore. Below is one photo I thought to be blog-worthy.

The little tike on the left is Kirsten. The one on the right is Gretchen (Kirsten's sister). The guy in the middle is some dirty old man who has had a few too many Colt 45's. If you had any question of whether or not Ezra was really our son - look at Kirsten in the above picture. Ezra is definitely Kirsten's child. I know Kirsten to be a faithful wife, thus Ezra is also my son.

Tonight we will sup on vegetarian chili and beer-cheese bread. You are invited.

4 comments:

the hamster said...

i'm glad you settled the parentage question. i was fearing a trip to the maury povich show might be in order.

andy said...

mmm, vegetarian chili...

I'll be there in 20 minutes.

Mom said...

Sounds like a good time. We'll be there! (in spirit)

liew dow said...

i'm glad you settled the parentage question. i was fearing a trip to the maury povich show might be in order.

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