{Today's Letters}

Wednesday, September 08, 2010


Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke, before we met I had never tried jalapenos on my omelet, looked at someones ear drum with an otoscope, or had an appreciation for Connick, Sinatra, and Fitzgerald. You introduce me to so many wonderful things. Dear Israeli Melon, three points for tasting like a cantapear, two points for being our new favorite after dinner snack. Dear Organized Bookshelf, you make me wanna ride my invisible horse around our office while shouting, "I'm alive! I'm alive!" That's all. Dear Husband, sometimes you like to cook while wearing your conductors hat. This always makes me smile.

12 comments:

Han said...

Ella and Frank are awesome! Thank goodness Mr L introduced you to them! hehe!

I strongly dislike jalapenos - my friend and the hubby got me subway one sunday after church and thought it would be hilarious to order jalapenos - I cried it was so hot lol.

Scatterbox said...

Seventeen leg kicks for Mister's choice of music. He gets an A+.

JALAPENOS IN EVERYTHING!!!

Beck said...

Please. A pic of the organized bookshelf. My life. It would be made.

kelli said...

I hope you don't mind that I linked to you today. I SO love your Letters! Thanks for putting them out there and for reminding me to always thank my love for the little-yet-oh-so-important-everyday things.

Heather said...

otoscope?! So who's the doc?

jessica said...

try this.... jalopenos, tomatoes and fresh basil in your omelet - YUM! just had one this am!!

Today's Letters said...

han, nothing's made me cry harder than wasabi peas (which i think was given to me by the beloved). two fist pumps for the jokers we love.

t.jett, the mr. secretly wishes he was a crooner and puts jalaps on everything*. you two would be good friends.

beck, it sparkles like diamonds in the sky.

kelli, loved your post! ps, your acorns made me so happy*

heather, i can tell you where your occipito frontalis is and that babies are born without kneecaps. that's about the extend of my medical knowledge. oh, and that your errector pilis are the tiny muscles that give you goose bumps.

jes, thanks for the tip. will def try that the next time husband and i flip omelets. xo

Catherine Hannah said...

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Loerke,
My roommate and I love to read your blog. We think it's worthy of staying up late, putting off homework, and running into the other room to share a particularly awesome letter. Here's to senior year not going exactly as planned...
Also, we stumbled upon this just now...and thought you'd like it :) http://www.etsy.com/listing/49911741/to-the-moon-and-back

Much procrastination from Nashville,
Hannah (and Grace!)

Han said...

I knew about babies not being born with kneecaps - I told my friend and she didn't believe me so the next time her daughter was awake she poked her knees (not in a mean or hurtful way) to check lol. Occipito frontalis is a bit beyond me but I do know what the mandible is and the difference between the clavicle and the scapula which Chris (That Boy) didn't know

Timothy Loerke said...

Heather and Han, the Mrs. has become a sponge over the past 2+ years. My first semester of PA school, she surprised me with an anatomical drawing of the heart, fully equipped with labels of various structures. It was her way of helping me learn. My favorite is when she reads from by board review book and asks me questions. Some of those words are pretty difficult for even my own classmates to pronounce but she gives it her best...we probably have more laughs than anything. Interestingly enough, she has taught me quite a bit about medicine...I'm kicking myself for not remembering what she has brought to my attention...but she will learn odd facts and tell me. I love it! She makes me want to learn more!

Elizabeth - A Small State said...

Just found you and blogged about you today... Fantastic. I'd love to have a guest post from you!

Today's Letters said...

hannah & grace, you know us well! love the card. love it even more that you find time to read the blog in the midst of a busy senior year. thank you*

han, occipito frontails = forehead. i like to call my scapulas my chicken wings.

husband, sometimes i have a hard time pronouncing words like leukemia. thanks for laughing with me when my tongue gets tied.

elizabeth, you are too cute with your strawberry ice cube comment. i love it!

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