Week In, Week Out, 365-Style

May 3, 2010

May 3 2010

Look who’s home from visiting KtG! WOO HOOO!!! The party’s back on at Maple Hoo!

May 4, 2010

May 4 2010

WIG?!

Oh. Yeah.

May 5, 2010

May 5 2010

When we moved to Maple Hoo, there was this strange, stragly shrub where we wanted to plant pumpkins. Four years later, the pumpkin patch didn’t work and this shrub is now really tall and bushy and is covered in gorgeous white flowers.

May 6, 2010

May 6 2010

This is who we trust to run the kitchen — someone who can’t pull of a piece of tin foil without messing up! Shessh! She’s just lucky she made us a delicious green garlic and pecan pesto for dinner, otherwise Boomer and I might need to find a new kitchen hausfrau. –Pk.

May 7, 2010

May 7 2010

Friday night is not the most inspiring time for photos. This is some lace Boomer brought back from her travels.

May 8, 2010

May 8 2010

We’re going through a bit of an “obsessed with all things Northern Europe” period lately, so we were very excited for Boomer to bring us salty licorice from the Netherlands. Of course, we’re kind of afraid to try it, but the color of the week at least motivated us to open the bag. Baby steps, people. Baby steps.

May 9, 2010

May 9 2010

Stay away from the garden and we’ll all get along juuuuust fine.

6 Comments

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6 responses to “Week In, Week Out, 365-Style

  1. Sarah

    oooh! I want to try a piece of salty licorice! May I?

  2. Mags

    Heksehyl! That’s not even Dutch licorice, that’s Danish!

    What does it taste like? I’ve never had any. I know that sounds odd because I live in Drop Central, but very little licorice is suitable for vegetarians. Most of it has gelatine in it to make it squidgy (that’s the technical term).

  3. Sarah, I would bring some up on Saturday but we threw it all out.

    Which brings me to Mags’s question of what does it taste like. GARBAGE! Heh. Actually, it tasted like Christmas cookie dough.

  4. Yay! Welcome home, Boomer!

    Ew. Salty licorice. EEP. You can have it all.

  5. What a fabulous picture of Boomer! Up until now, she has been like Wilson on Home Improvement to us. We’d never seen her whole face. :)

  6. Up until now, she has been like Wilson on Home Improvement to us. We’d never seen her whole face.

    :^::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I’m so glad the reveal wasn’t too horrifying! (And I love when there are people in your life like that. I had a friend in college whose wife I never met. I always figured that if my life was a sitcom, she was the off-screen character who would be played by a giant movie star, like Julia Roberts, in either the series finale or some sweeps episode. When he passed that theory along to her, apparently she was quite delighted by it. :D)

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