I hope they use clean needles, Stevie. Are you trying to worry us so we'll send you money?
Last night, Joel and I attended our first St. Olaf Christmas Festival. It was quite the event--five choirs and an orchestra, involving 1/6 of the school's students. There are four performances and each hosts about 2,000 guests. Unfortunately, our seats were to the side and so close to the stage that we couldn't see some of the participants, including our darling daughter. For those of you with access to local public radio, the Sunday show will be broadcast live at 3:30.
Here's a picture of Liv afterward.
Saturday, December 03, 2005
Thursday, December 01, 2005
traying certainly sounds like a lot of fun liv - we did something similar in Duluth when i was in college. The most fun we had though was to go to the 1 story residence hall and jump off the roof into the huge snow drifts that would gather below. Isn't college fun! (and you even get to learn too!)
Posted by Peter at 1:46 PM
Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Congrats on your achievement, Ingrid. As far as the weather here, it probably will be quite cold. Right now, at 7:20 pm on Nov. 30, it is 19 degrees F. It could well be below zero. We have plenty of extra jackets and coats, however, so don't feel you have to come equipped with everything for an Antarctic expedition. We are looking forward to the wedding and the giant Anderson slumber party at our house!
Thanks, Joel. Great picture, by the way. I'll have to find some of that ale! I'm looking forward to seeing everyone in a couple of weeks, and have a question: exactly how cold is it going to be in Minnesota in December? I know I spent four years in college there but we always had Thanksgiving to Christmas off...