{Today's Letters}

Wednesday, October 24, 2012


Dear Mr. Loerke, Yesterday you drove to Broken Bow, OK for some dude time with your buddy Tim. You slept in Kammoks, drank Woodford Reserve, caught fish on the Lower Mountain Fork, and returned with more chest hair. #happyhusband Dear Today, Staying in you is hard sometimes when I have excitement for tomorrow; learning contentment is much harder than I thought. Dear Applesauce Spice Cake, You. Me. This weekend. In the kitchen. While listening to Neil Young's, Harvest Moon. Gonna Happen. Dear Timothy James, wanna take a beekeeping class with me Saturday? You'd look shexxy rocking a bee veil.

Once Tim and I move to Louisville we hope to have bees. What's one class you'd like to take to learn something new?

18 comments:

Amanda said...

You two make me happy. I can totally relate to the learning contentment comment... Being present and patient each day is a challenge, but one that we probably all have to experience. Good luck in your new adventure, keep up the wonderful posts - they brighten up my days. : )

Tami said...

sounds like a great weekend! i would love to take a quilting class, or a semester of russian = )

Heather The Great said...

Glass blowing and a pottery wheel. Totally wanna learn. Even if I suck at it. You two inspire me.

I get the living in today. Hard to find a balance between planning to make dreams reality and appreciating where we currently are - which is also for a reason. If you find the secret - let us know. ;)

Papa said...

I'd like to learn how to make a moonshine still so that someday, Little Loerke, could say his grandpa was a moonshiner in the hills of KY. That will make his Mama proud!

brlracincwgrl said...

Bee keeping is amazing! Those little creatures are so fascinating to watch. I only live about an hour from Louisville, in the Lexington area. I am sure you two will truly love Kentucky :).

Mary said...

We're looking at bees for our next place, too! Though during this season, before grad school graduation, I'm hoping to get more time throwing on a wheel so I have a good grasp on the basics before we move. It'll taste so good to drink joe from a mug I threw myself.

Jen said...

Jewelry making...not everyone had that option in high school :)

Catie Cheek said...

This is too cute! And I know the feeling of living in tomorrow.

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thebookwormgiraffe said...

I'd like to take a candle making class...sigh....

Erin Toews said...

Have you seen Arrested Development the TV show? Your comment about bees reminds me of when Gob wants to start a bee business. Haha! =)

I want to take a sewing class. Whenever i whip out my sewing machine, the fabric never ends up the way I envision.

Kimbojamma said...

Two things: Saw the post above...I didn't know your dad lives in KY! Awesome that y'all get to be closer to him!

I have always wanted to learn how to put together stained glass windows. I have one that a dear friend from long ago put in an old window frame he found and I loved watching him make it. It looked relaxing on the mind, you know?

Congrats on the move! I am hoping for littles soon!

Abbey said...

Guitar lessons would be fab. :) Or painting.

Molly Roberson said...

I've always wanted to take a French cooking class in Paris. Stay for a year studying the language & fine cuisine. Someday...

Jen Zappo said...

The pictures on the blog always look so good...how do you do it? No seriously...how? Special camera, after photo editing? What?!? Thanks!

Vic said...

small engine repair. I am pretty practical about these things!

Kris said...

A cooking class in France. Probably need to carpe diem on that one while I live in Belgium!

Happydally said...

Please write a post about how/why you picked KY!?!?!

Shelby Thomas said...

I'm in a Honeybee Biology class at Texas A&M right now! My advisor told me to take as an easy elective my last semester but I actually really like it!

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