Entries Tagged as 'korean'
July 6th, 2013 · No Comments
Patriotic Fourth of July tractor parade.
All-American barbecue (with Kimchi in the middle).
Christine’s Fourth of July cake.
Wally wearing his new tie.
Pugs Not Drugs: Mike & Bernie.
Dallas made all-American Korean tacos for our Fourth of July lunch.
Relaxing morning overlooking the lake.
Bros playing pong.
Ribs on the dock!
Kelly posing at dinner at 45 North Barn & Grill.
For the Fourth of July we decided to stay close to home and go to our friends’ lake house, which is about an hour away from Chicago. I think about 11 friends were staying at the house, along with their 6 dogs. We grilled out every day and only went out for dinner one night. I was surprisingly good at garage darts, which I haven’t played for a year? years? The guys played a lot of ping pong. Mostly we relaxed around the house.
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May 27th, 2013 · 1 Comment
Jessica & Ashley
Mom, dad, Ashley and Jessica playing bocce ball.
Pier Jumper soda by Big Bay Brewing (Shorewood, WI)
Steph, Mom, Jess, Richard and Amanda opening gifts from Japan.
Steph, Mom, Jess
Stephanie and her boyfriend Joey.
Richard and Brian putting together a telescope that Jess got as a gift.
Jessica, Joey, Stephanie, Nick, Karen
Over the holiday weekend I went to Oak Creek for Jessica’s 10th birthday party. We grilled out and played yard games. The weather wasn’t as great as it could be, but it wasn’t terrible either. Jess requested brats and hamburgers, so my brother grilled those up. Dallas went to our friend’s lake house the day before and made up a bunch of Korean kalbi ribs. He gave us one bag to grill up and everyone seemed to like them. Jess got a ton of presents from Dallas and I, my parents, Brian and Sheila (and Ashley and Jason) and Amanda’s parents. I hadn’t seen my family since we went to Japan and had a bunch of little gifts for them. Some souvenirs, lots of candy and crackers, oragami sets, bonsai tree, some kokeshi dolls. Good to see everyone! Happy birthday, Jessica!