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Archive for February, 2007

Frickin’ winter – AGAIN!! What is this?! We had several weeks of sub-zero temps. Then we had several blissful days of 30-40+ weather… and NOW, we have blizzard warnings up here in MKE. It snowed several inches last night and starting around 6 ish, it’s supposed to snow 8-12 inches. BLECH!

Frank was a stud and just finished shoveling the driveway, so I can’t complain too much. THANK YOU FRANK!!!

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Notable Notables

Hello! Just a few updates…

Happy Birthday to Julia V (niece – Jan 26th)
Happy Birthday to Sandy (Mother-in-Law – Feb 6th)
Happy Birthday to Jamie! (Feb 14)
Happy Birthday to Nicole S (Feb 23)

Congrats to FK for passing his Proficiency Check!

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone!
xoxo.

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Such a cutie!

I just love this picture of Frank when he was little. So cute!!

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update on GM ad.

Click here to see the update on the GM suicidal robot Super Bowl spot. Apparently they are going to edit the spot… not sure how this will change things.

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Most of the time I look forward to the Super Bowl with childlike anticipating of all of the wonderous ads. And I have to say, this year was no different. Instead of having high school small group last night, we invited all of the students and adult leaders over for pizza, snacks and soda – oh yeah, and of course, COMMERCIALS!!

I have to say, commercials are the perfect length for me. Tell a whole story in 30 seconds – go! I love it. I even printed out a full list of all of the commercials.

But this year, I have to say, I wasn’t as impressed as years past. The commercials aired on the side of being more violent than funny. I thought the GM ad with the sad robot was downright depressing. I have to say, I did like the final cuts of the Careerbuilder.com ads – although, I am a bit biased. Oh, and I liked the Bud Light crab commercial. That was hilarious. But other than that, there wasn’t a “wow” factor.

Oh well, as Bears fans say, there is always next year!

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