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State of the House Report 2011

So here we are at the end of another year. What did we accomplish?

Well, we aren’t dead. So we got that going for us. Which is nice.

To be sure, stuff has happened… people got sick, people got better. Some are still sick and are being treated. Birthdays were had. Gifts were exchanged. Progress was made in education. Friends were made.

Here’s what I remember: we went roller skating yesterday – the whole family. . . . → Read More: State of the House Report 2011

Review: New Years Eve triple feature

In my last post I asked for some help coming up with films for my annual New Years Eve triple feature. I got some great responses (though very few actually on the blog, which I find kind of funny).

There was jockying and substitution all the way to the moment I paid the rental fee, but we ended up with the following list:

District 9 Knight and Day Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of . . . → Read More: Review: New Years Eve triple feature

New Year’s Eve triple feature

My wife and I have a tradition of watching movies on New Year’s Eve. We try to do three in a row. It’s ambitious for a couple with two kids, but so far I think we’ve done it every year. Our kids aren’t old enough to stay up for the ball drop, so we can get started by 9pm usually.

We have some rules about the movies we choose. The following elements must be included:

. . . → Read More: New Year’s Eve triple feature

Mundane New Year’s Eve

Well, another year has come and gone. In just a few hours it’ll be 2009. Lots of people all around the planet are gearing up for some serious, I-can’t-remember-what-I-did-last-night celebrations. Others are having a simpler party with friends at their house. Still others are just settling in at home for a night focused on the ball drop, excitement, and reflection.

My wife and I are going to put the kids to bed at their normal . . . → Read More: Mundane New Year’s Eve