Memorial Day

We sat around the house this morning. I did some contract work I’ve been needing to get done, watched The Price is Right and relaxed. We had some people over for a cookout tonight (the Gordon boys, Theresa and Craig, mom and dad, Kristin and Caison). Lucy ate a lot of hamburger meat and we all had a great time out on the patio with the nice weather. Now we’ve got to decide if we’re going to go to Boston this summer.

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0 Responses to Memorial Day

  1. Josh Creason says:

    What’s in Boston?

  2. Derek Lidbom says:

    History, Jeremy, Stuff I haven’t seen before.

  3. mom paine says:

    Sounds like a fun day. How is baby Caison? We had a good day too…all family at the cottage. Except for this… our tempered glass outdoor table spontaneously shattered as we were standing near it (not touching it) It just crackled and exploded into a million pieces. The pieces on the grouns popped and broke for a few momJour after. Anybody heard of such a thing?

  4. Jeremy says:

    Beans, the Sox, sometimes we get the sun…

  5. Scott says:

    Derek’s sentence reads very differently when you think that Jeremy is being addressed (instead of an item in his list). I guess that’s why Latin had the vocative case. Ok, no one else is laughing…

  6. Jon Wright says:

    No, I am with you Scott. I had to read it twice…but that might only attest to our low IQ…

  7. Frankie says:

    Being a witness to the “tempered glass outdoor table spontaneously shattering” incident, heretofore known as the TGOTSS incident – or T-Gots for short, i was telling that story to someone at work today. Didn’t get 4 words into the tale, mentioned “glass patio table” and she basically finished my story for me. According to her, this isn’t an entirely isolated incident, and can be caused by the wind. I’m not sure that was the cause in our case, since i don’t really recall any substantial gust at the T-Gots moment. But who knows?

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