Iowa/B1G sports and pop culture. Striving for fairness and perfect cromulence. In Chicago, from Iowa. I hope I entertain you.
Got all this in the mail the other day. @metricjulie GETS me: I like equality and I like turtles.
No, YOU just spent 20 minutes doing a Picasso on Draw Something.
WE CAME SO CLOSE. #BlowUpTheMoon
And this one's just bragging. Sorry. I can't have this and not brag.
It turns out turkey tenderloins are awesome on the grill with the right recipe. I don't usually cook this pretty.
Damn it cat what are you even doing, that's not a bed
It's a struggle for her. So we allow certain concessions.
...and Ellie after I got back, lighter by however much a dog's ladyparts weigh. 10 pounds? 20?
Ellie the day before I took off for Florida, blissful as ever.
Ellie has begun getting in the tub after every walk, regardless of whether she got dirty. Here, it was warranted.
Ellie now, and what she'll look like in 11 years. Good to know. (Also another dog.)
15 minutes of that business, and Ellie is worn out. A worn out puppy is a good puppy.
Get her, Ellie! (Ellie is never going to get her.)
Ellie is a master of stealth.
But a lightning-fast goldendoodle--one that can catch frickin' rabbits, like Bailey--is wholly unreasonable.
By unreasonably fast, I mean greyhounds are fast, Great Pyrenees are slow. Here, slow Ellie chases Bailey in vain.
Meet Bailey, the 10-month old goldendoodle. Bailey is the most unreasonably fast dog I've ever seen.
Ellie's not a biter, and that's really, really, really fortunate.
Every one of Ellie's toys has, at some point, been taken outside after she gives us this look.
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