post by leslie
This weekend we took Ezra back for the Pizza Train in Wisconsin. This was his third year, and his last. He’s outgrowing it, and it’s weird as this is the first thing that he once loved on his own and we’re now watching him move past. Don’t get me wrong, I’m thrilled as it’s spendy and a long drive away, but it is one part of parenthood that I wasn’t counting on.
Here are a few images from our trip. Enjoy!
And now for your internet shares of the day:
+ This dreamy cabin is still for sale. You should buy it for me. Or the guy in the next internet share should buy it for me.
+ This information in today’s Star Tribune *enraged* me. SIXTY MILLION DOLLARS A YEAR. Who needs this much money? What work is *possibly* worth this much money? The idea of these people getting tax breaks and loosening laws regulating their salaries infuriates me. Where does the greed stop?
+ I was too angry from that first bit up there to read this story, but I’m diving in later tonight. I will say, the Sunday Star Tribune is worth every single penny. I learn so much and enjoy it so much, and you should subscribe not just to become more educated but also because local journalism is one of the best things we can support in this administration.