The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
I just tasted the test bottle of my latest home brew, and it has been a stunning success, my best to date, I think.
This beer is a Kolsch Style, but it's an ale, not a lager (because I don't have lagering equipment yet). Golden, mostly crystal with a slight haze, a HINT of cool sweetness, I'm very pleased. I th8ink I've settled on a name and label for this batch (50 bottles).
Your opinions on the name and label, please.
(Note this would print on a yellow label, so any hints of white would be yellow).
It's Friday, finally. Let us celebrate fall camp with some cake
Nah fam, let's hangout by the pool instead
I know it isn't Friday, but I'm 7.5 hours from a 10 day vacation. Plus, I've never created one of these.
I'm hosting about 10 people from one of the Big 3 at my plant today, so I've got to get this post up and out of the way. Two potential topics today:
First, what is the LARGEST vehicle you've ever driven? Could be a uhaul, could be a 36' old Cadillac.
Second - where are the MGoMotorcycle Riders? I know nothing about motorcycles, so I'll get my awful sportswriter hat on and ask "Talk about Motorcyles."
Reading with my daughter is one of the most enjoyable parts of parenthood. We have been working hard together reading the classics like Winnie the Pooh, The Wizard of Oz and Dr. Seuss. I have now relived a lot of childhood memories and created new memories for the kiddo to share in the future.
But I'm running out of friggin' material. Going on a
beer book run soon!
What are some of your books from your childhood that you would read or have read to your children?
I ask you guys and gals because we share common interests and humor. Also, there are just so many different people on the blog. I'm sure there are tons of books out there that you have read and enjoyed as a child that I haven't. Kid's love books and I have been a happier person since I have been reading children's literature again. Thanks for any recommendations!
Some carpenters can read, but only if the words are short enough and there are pictures.