Friday, November 14, 2008

Thank God It Is Friday!!!

This is what I feel like after 4 hours of sleep and a cup of dark coffee before I begin writing a 3 page paper in 3 hours.Add ImageAdd Image

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Big Man, Big Wedding

Hello All,
I know Mom and Dad might not read this, but when I was home one time we watched a little bit about the world's heaviest man. Well, he got married. Here's the link to the article about it (I think you have to copy and paste it or it is down below or something, not quite sure): Also, just to keep you guys up with the times, I got a B+ (I think) on my latest Calculus test, had an Italian oral exam today that went alright, and I have a movie thing with Derek Jones for Halloween. He is going to come fix my bike, I'm going to make brownies for him in return, and then he is staying to watch a movie - maybe some Alfred Hitchcock, as it is Halloween. Hope you all have a good one.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Spring Grove Gossip

Hey Liz - thanks for the e-mail from the police department. I love knowing what's going on in SG, and that was most definitely an interesting tid bit. Hope to see you this weekend. 

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Bees, etc. (anything but homework)

I should be doing homework, but instead I am looking up information on honey bees. Apparently, more pollination means larger, sweeter, more regularly shaped fruit. So Mom is probably right - there probably weren't enough bees around when pollination season was and that is why our apple/plum /pear crop is the way it is.

Also (Liz, you will enjoy this) I made some yogurt the other day and I have been eating it on granola with dried currants and honey. It is SO good. I didn't sweeten it or anything. At first I thought it was too tart and goaty flavoured, but not now. Becky, you need to start making yogurt too. You don't even have to have a yogurt maker - I made mine in a cooler. And I'm nearly positive that making it with pasteurized milk will work just the same as with fresh goat milk.

Anyways, I'd best get back to at least thinking about homework - enough slacking for today. 

Love you guys -KT

Saturday, October 18, 2008

Put your high heels on . . .

I went to a fantastic Sushi bar with Jessie and her roommates and their boyfriends last night. So, when you guys come and visit, bring a nice dress and heels and we can go out for sushi. You can sit at a bar and these chefs filet the fish and make the sushi right in front of you. They are paid to be good chefs and put on a show, so they are also entertaining, or at least the ones at the bar last night. This is something I think even Brad and Trav (and even Dad, if he ever came to the cities) would enjoy - it is very fascinating. I don't remember what the name of the place is, but Jessie would know, and it's on Grand Ave, so it is easy to find.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

For WHEN you visit . . .

I checked out the Textile Center, which is only a few blocks from my house, today. It is awesome, and I can't wait for you guys to see it. It is open in Saturdays (and M-F) but not Sunday. here is the web address so you guys can check it out: . The Weavers Guild also has it's office there. They do spinning, weaving and dyeing there. Here is it's web address: . Also, the Textile Center does a Holiday Show. Apparently the place is just filled with artwork to look at/buy. It would be a wonderful time to come (hint, hint). It runs from Nov. 1 to Dec. 30.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Garrison Keillor

Liz, Garrison Keillor is going to be at the U of M bookstore on Oct. 14 at 7 PM. I have class, but it is open to the public if you want to come see him. He is signing books afterwards . . .


I'm looking for a fabulous pair of boots to tromp around campus during the chilly fall/winter/spring months (it actually is colder up here, three hours away). I'm not going to be wearing them at work, so I don't need something 100% functional and no style. I currently have my eye on the pair in this link:

If the link doesn't work, tell me and I will give you directions to find them. Any other suggestions/comments are welcome/necessary in this process - I want an amazing pair of boots.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Back to the cities

Hello all!
I (KT) am back in college, so its time to rejoin the internet world and stay in touch via blog. I just added Melissa Wray's blog to our list of blogs we follow. I highly suggest you check it out. She has become quite the writer, and you all know her and how wonderful she is so you will enjoy reading about her time in Italy. I have been staying busy today, sleeping, eating ice cream, sleeping, sleeping, and now writing on this blog. My suggestion to you all is to never get bronchitis and then you will never be this miserable (believe me Liz, I would much rather have gone to class today than feel this shitty). Anyways, feel free to add more to the blog- pictures, posts, etc. Also, get Mom and Dad on here once they get fast internet.  I think Mum would enjoy putting gross pictures of things birthing online. By the way, Becky, the pictures you sent me did make me smile, thank you.

Love you all - - KT

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

I am officially done with my first year of college, finals, papers projects and all. I think I managed an A or A- (possibly one B+, but hopefully not) in all of my classes. I've also scrapped my Journalism Major and am (almost) officially a Food Science and Italian duel major (different than a double major, I'm not quite sure how). Friday I will be going home at last. 

Love you all and see you soon.


Friday, May 2, 2008

Hello all!!
It is currently 12:20 in the morning and I am still working on my project for Journalism. Our floor decided to have a "Speak in a Different Language" day. Currently we have C++ (a computer language), Hindi, Russian, Hebrew,and  Italian. Its a little confusing, but interesting. This photo reflects how I currently feeling about my project and the impending weather: 48 degrees, rainy and windy. Yuck. Well, it will be great to see you all in two weeks.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Snowy Days

Hello all,
It snowed here last night and this morning. It actually stuck a little, too. Mom, you should put up pictures of the goats when you get a chance. I am sad that I don't get to watch them grow up, although I am sure you are doing a wonderful job filling in for me as their second mother. How are the three younger does doing? Are they bagging up much yet? I will talk to you all soon I'm sure, although these next two weeks are going to be pretty crazy: three projects, two lab reports, one paper and one presentation. Wish me luck, I think I could use some.


Thursday, April 24, 2008

Rainy days

Hi Everyone!
Thought I would try out the new blog, too. Not too much going on- just doing a little knitting.
Also, I wrote down some interests, movies, books, etc. as favorites. You guys should also include some of yours in the profile. Hope to see you soon.
PS- KT, I left the comment on your post.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Tomato Juice

I am sitting, eating a sandwich, doing homework and drinking delicious tomato juice at the moment after a good workout swimming. It made me realize that I need to make a lot of tomato juice this summer so, Liz and Mom, we need a lot of tomatoes.


Monday, April 14, 2008