Monday, May 31, 2010

James = The most easily entertained 28 year old in the entire world

This week for our Saturday night date, James and I bought styrofoam planes from the dollar tree.

James loves playing planes. He's gone outside every since day since we got them to fly them around.

Each of us decorated a plane; we want you to vote on which one you think is the best: the Purple Dart or the Space Shuttle.... Place your votes in the comments

A Wee Walk Near Waynesboro

Before our trip to the Twin Kiss we tried to make a hike up to the Chimney Rocks on the AP. We started out well and took some pictures of the pretty surroundings. 

The green ferns floors of the woods.

A happy and excited Megan standing on some rocks over looking a cliff.

A bridge over the creek that cuts through the trail. 

Anyway, the trail ended up being quite a bit longer than we thought. It started out very pretty and green, then got rocky, and finally turned into an old road - so it wasn't as fun to hike as when we began. Also I got tired and hot and realized I don't really like to hike as much anymore. 
Needless to say we didn't finish the trail. Instead we turned around, visited my grandparents, and ate ice cream.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Epidemiology = Different Names for the Same Thing

After studying Epi for a couple of hours, I decided to watch a few music videos. This one reminded me of epi.

Different Names For The Same Thing from Miky Wolf on Vimeo.

Check out more videos similar to this one at iTunes

Sunday, May 23, 2010


We are back! It's been a while since we've blogged due to finals weeks, family decisions, and laziness but we're here now and we have a lot to talk about. First on the list, The Twin Kiss. If you're already excited because it sounds amazing then you are right where you should be. The twin kiss has been a family favorite since I was a little girl.

This glorious ice cream establishment opened it's doors in the year 1955 and hasn't stopped pleasing the public since. It also happens to be conveniently only 100 steps from my grandparent's home in PA (that's their house in the background). As a kid I loved it for two reasons. Firstly, the owners keep a pair of white deer on the premises for you to look at and feed. That's right, White deer. They are cute and friendly and always put you in the best of moods.

Second reason for my twin kiss love affair are the Twinkles. At any ice cream parlor you can ask for sprinkles to top your cone but only at the twin kiss can you find Twinkles. These little bits of joy are crushed up pieces of peanut brittle, jimmies, and I'm pretty sure they add a dash magic. I don't know how something so simple can be so utterly amazing - and yet they are.

James had not yet taken his first journey to the kiss but on our last visit to PA the time had come. I'm pretty sure he loved it. I really don't know how you couldn't.