Monday, December 17, 2007


Nick and I leave on Thursday night for a red-eye to Detroit.

I've got a lot of nostalgia for my childhood growing up in Southeastern Michigan. Scenes of snow quietly settled on bare oak branches, marveling at the naked Neanderthal diorama at the University of Michi
gan Museum of Natural History, getting free boxes of brownie mix at Jiffy (my mom was and is still famous in a tri-state area for her ability to sniff out a bargain), walking Main Street in my hometown of Manchester (home of the World Famous Chicken Broil). This prestigious event is made even more awesome by the logo of a chicken busy at the grill. Nick says any time there is an event promoted by the featured animal cooking itself, you know it must rule on multiple levels. I've gotta concur with the wisdom of my mister on this account.

So bring on a temperature somewhere in the low 20's...

So bring on icy roads and a wind that flash freezes a runny nose...

I still own one fleece and...

The woods are lovely, dark and deep


Kristin A. said...


You make me laugh. Thanks for inviting me to your blog. I will continue to check it.

Hope you and your family have a wonderful, snowy Christmas. Wish it would snow here!!! My whole family will be here though.

Love to you and Nick,
Your cousin Kristin

slingingink said...

I'll make a snowman for you! BTW, do you remember when you tricked me and Melissa into drinking orange juice laced with pickle juice?