Month: June 2020

Bachelor Chronicles: Day 3

Yesterday evening, after I’d thoroughly watered the garden and outdoor plants, I successfully predicted the future. Naturally, I’m sure it will start pouring any second now, I blogged. Naturally, it did. And was accompanied by such an incredible display of… Read More ›

Into the Mystic

I was out running errands yesterday, and twice—the first time in Target, the second in the grocery store—an employee wished me a “Happy Father’s Day!” Nice gestures, and I thanked them both, but I’m curious why they assumed I was… Read More ›

Dirty Work, But…

So, the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is officially on. I’m not sure how to feel about that. Initially, I was opposed; the last thing we need is 500,000 bikers descending upon the Black Hills, because you know they’re the last people… Read More ›

Pretty In-Tents Weekend

First off, let me state for the record that I love camping. In theory. Often though, the reality doesn’t match up to the picture you’ve painted in your head. I’d been looking forward to this weekend’s getaway ever since I… Read More ›

Think Pink

Sunday, a miracle happened. I actually convinced Tara that our yard would be better off with a few flamingos. Not real ones, mind you (though, if they could survive the harsh South Dakota winters, I’d totally be down). As you… Read More ›