Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Best. Game. Ever.

This morning we woke up to about 8 inches of snow and freezing temperatures, but on Sunday, it was beautiful. On Sunday afternoon Eric Unger called to see if I (Tim) wanted to play a round of Disc Golf. I did want to play, so I met him at Acorn Park. The day was sunny and 51 degrees and, despite a crowded course, we both had a great round. I was on fire the entire time, making great throw after great throw. The trees seemed to move aside for my discs and the wind seemed to lift them and carry them further on each throw. I do not remember ever throwing so well. My final score was +5, while my previous best score at that course was +7. Eric played well, too. What a fun sport.

I found a link to a guy who recreates scenes from famous movies in his basement. He plays all the characters himself. Be forewarned, he does not remove the naughty words, so stick to the more family friendly movies. Here is the link: http://www.brandonhardesty.com/

Last week, my sister, Sally, directed the musical The Velveteen Rabbit for the Chisago Lakes Area Middle School. Few people have the courage to take on 40+ Middle School students and mold them into a cast and crew while still keeping their sanity. She did a great job. The kids clearly enjoyed being a part of it and the show was great. Good work, Sally.

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