I’m testing out some new equipment utilizing a time-lapse feature. I shot a photo every 20 seconds and then put them together using 15 images for every second. I was filling in for Jeff Johnson during the morning show last week. A few things to note. Watch as the guests pop in and out of the studio and keep an eye on the clock. Watch the minute hand cruise!
We always had a ton of fun with this similarity, including some grand parties when we lived together as room mates in Minneapolis (94-98). We have always made efforts to get together or do something special together on this special day that we share. Chris is a one-of-a-kind friend whom loves everything and dis-likes little. I admire him for that. He is a great joy to have in my life.
Happy birthday Chris!Read More
I never saw Harmon play in person, but as a life long die-hard Twins fan, you certainly know all about him. In particular, from a young age, I knew that he was something way more than an incredible baseball legend. He was almost more known for being a humble and kind human being to others. This is rare, especially now-a-days.Read More
My Grandma Esta Freeland-Cox has spent many many hours with a quilting needle in her hands during her 96 years. It’s been a source of entertainment, socialization and crafting for years. When I was very young Grandma Esta told me that I’d receive a hand made quilt some day when I graduated from high school. She simply asked me what color I wanted. Under pressure and completely unaware of the longevity of this decision, I said “yellow” for some reason. I hated yellow then, and still do today. BUT…when I graduated from Northfield High School in 1991, there was my quilt on the gift table, sealed for freshness in a plastic covering. Each of her grandchildren received a hand sewn quilt at graduation as their gift. There were five of us. Mine was yellow.Read More
Knowing there is nothing planned for the empty field to it’s north, the road markings at the Mendards in Dundas lead traffic into a curb.