Storypost | 2009.12.10

Last weekend was Connie's shower. Since two thirds of the organizers were dudes, it was reasonably palatable for Ryan and the numerous male invitees.

Decorations were in abundance and we played a lightning round of baby taboo.

We bought a lot of food, but the highlight was Jes's fondant ducks that nobody wanted to destroy by eating.

Presents, yeah.

I did a quick shoot beforehand to make a 12x18 that guests could sign.

Dog weimaraner Christmas tree living room

This evening the roomies and I got a tree.

Dragon Age Origins bear archery bow

Dragon Age is still quite entertaining, it's a vast game.

Dragon Age Origins dragon


Humans have an invention whose sole purpose is to hold cupcakes?

Yes cupcake holders are nice. I almost bought one.

I think I've found my calling in making edible animals out of vegetarian materials.

We opened Pandora's box - males plan and execute equivalent or superior baby showers.

Are you baking cookies by way of the fireplace? Are those baking trays?

The duckies were simply too cute to eat. I have to admit. I felt bad for taking its head off.

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Trips to Virginia, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.


The usual drive. Jes accompanied on the way up but had to fly back for work. We stopped for a night in Burbank and did a meal with her family.

Spare time

A wedding, gate installs, and tuna crabs.

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