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We ended Fathers Day by watching RV. Loved it. Made me want to go on another long RV trip. 🛣🍿
We walked through the Lyndale Park Rose Garden on our way around Lake Harriet today. The flowers were beautiful.
It was a fabulous Father’s Day 2021! Waffles with berries and whipped cream to start the day. Family walk around Lake Harriet. Visiting Family. Finished with dinner at Yum!
I am so lucky for these two kids, and my amazing wife Tammy who took the picture. 🥰
Family supply chain overload as demand has dropped precipitously.
Drinks at Lake & Irving on the patio. fig & rye (fig infused templeton rye, orange bitters, sugar) and bee’s knees (gin, strega, honey, ginger, lemon). 🥃
My book club met in person for the first time since Jan 30 2020. It was great to see everyone “IRL” and discuss Ishiguro’s “Klara and the Sun”. Great book, great conversation, and a great group of people to be with.
Yellow Biser typewriter.
Makes me very happy to see people back in the park listening to music at the Lake Harriet Bandshell.
Great evening for a bike ride around Lake Harriet.
Yesterday ended my 848 day meditation streak.
Streaks are a great way to build habits. They can also become obsessions. I had certainly been there, sometimes squeezing in a meditation right before bed.
I told a friend that I would purposefully break the streak at 1,000 days.
The streak ended the best way possible. I just forgot. We had a great pool party with family for Mazie’s upcoming birthday and it was an amazing and packed day. Action from dawn to dusk.
And thus the streak ends, and with it no need to obsess. Perfect.
Sunset on Cannon Lake.
I love our new Escher inspired log “tables” for our fire area. These were logs left over from the Peanuts Tree that Adam Gale carved. Another great project with Rust n Grain!
I’m so happy to have our Andrew Carson wind sculpture back up after being in storage a couple of years. It is one of my favorite pieces of art. It is the centerpiece of the raised garden beds.
I didn’t get the Weekly Thing done last night, but I got up early this morning and finished issue 190 with 28 minutes to spare! 😅
Great evening with The New Standards at Crooner’s Lounge. Rupert made an appearance! And was then taken off the stage by the venue! 🤣🎶
Launching the Tesla app gives this error. Force quit doesn’t help. Hmm…
I dig the “scooper wall” at the new Sweet Science at 50th & France.
I’ve been testing the new calendar integration with Craft and after a week have decided to upgrade and keep exploring. I’ve been using Agenda for a couple of years and it is great. But I’m finding Craft’s environment more productive. Both are great apps though.
Our daughter has a job this summer, and in preparation we got her a checking account and a check card. To test it out tonight she took us out to dinner and paid the bill with her card. Notable milestone.
Our garden is in and hoping all the plants enjoy their new home. Tomatoes, squash, carrots, Brussels, blueberries, lettuce, beans, and more. 🌱
Very pretty sunset colors on the lake tonight.