February 18, 2014

Romeo and Julliette Valentine Arrives

Posted by Brenna Malmberg

Romeo and Julliette Valentine

Cole's valentine arrives from Georgia.

Thanks to the winter storm that blew through last week, Cole's special Valentine's Day card just arrived today. As I mentioned in my Valentine's Day post, I sent his valentine off to Georgia so it could receive the special Romeo and Juliet stamp. . . .

February 15, 2014

A Look at CAValanche 2014

Posted by Brenna Malmberg

CAValanche 2014

A blanket of snow shuts down classes at the University of Virginia.

The East Coast was hit with lots of snow, and we were right in the middle of it all. Not much excitement for us during this winter storm. It was 1,000 time better than last year's icy disaster that left us without power for a week.

All the snow become CAValanche 2014 around here. Virginia is the Cavaliers ... get it. I also saw Snowtunda, like the Rotunda on main campus. You can view our adventures below. Hope you are staying warm wherever you are. I know I am ready for sunny days and higher temperatures. . . .

February 14, 2014

Photo Friday: Valentine Crafts

Posted by Brenna Malmberg

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Valentine's Day Cards

Happy Valentine's Day from brennamedia

I couldn't help myself. I created fun Valentine's Day cards and crafts. I set to work picking punny card ideas from Pinterest. Beware, if you start searching, you will never reach the end of all the puns. I decided on soda and pizza, two of my favorites. . . .

February 11, 2014

Trivia Tuesday: 2014 Winter Olympics

Posted by Brenna Malmberg

NBC Olympics Sochi

Credit: NBC Sports Group.

This trivia segment might be cliche. Whatever. It's the Olympics. If you have been watching them nightly, or daily depending on your Inernet access, you might fair well this week. Back in January, Michele pulled out another win in the Know Your New Year. Maybe sports fans will grab the win this week. . . .

February 7, 2014

Civil War Breakthrough

Posted by Brenna Malmberg

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The Breakthrough

Cole explains how attacks went down.

Sunny, mostly warm February days make for great local adventures. We drove down past Richmond and stopped at the Pamplin Historical Park. We had a little less than two hours, and we lacked sufficient time to visit all the sights. . . .