Thursday, November 11, 2010

Stinky Picture

So the picture above stinks but I'm done messing with blogger for tonight!

This is when Emily (Jake's sister) and I took Sam trick or treating at the law school. He really didn't like it until the end. Too bad! But we got a lot of candy I'm still eating. :)

I made his costume! He's Pigwidgeon from Harry Potter. :)

I'll get a better picture of his costume on here soon! I'm just lazy uploading photos from my camera now that my computer is dead. Oh well!

Good news: Only THREE more weeks left of classes! Yipee! I can't believe I'm almost done! Only two more classes after this semester and I can sign my name

Stephanie Keller, J.D.

Jake thinks it's a little arrogant to do that.. you know, mostly on the roll list in church or something. I don't really see the problem. ;)

UPDATE - sorry - I changed the picture again! I'll get a picture of Sam in his awesome Owl costumer with his tail featers.. :) Sweet!

Friday, November 5, 2010


Here's some of our recent family pictures :)

Matt Mellor did a GREAT JOB! I'm so happy. :) Look him up if you are in the Lincoln area.

I know you are thinking... what is this porcupine thing by Sam's head? It's Jake's noggin. It took me a bit to figure it out too.. :)

Here's us in all our glory.

I absolutely love this one. This is life. Both of us trying to entertain Sam. And he's just looking at us like we are crazy. :) he he he...

Here he is clapping. It's the new thing. He also says something familiar to "Good Job"


My boys. :)

One of our favorites

Blogger isn't letting me add any of Sam's cute halloween pictures. And they are way cute. :) I'll try to add them later on a school computer. :)

Anyways, here's an awesome recipe. It really tastes like PF Chang's lettuce wraps. Yummo!

Asian Turkey Lettuce Wraps

1 1/4 lb of extra lean ground turkey
1 package (16 oz/of Oriental mixed vegetables, thawed
1/3 cup reduced-sodium teriyaki sauce
1/4 cup hoisin sauce
3 tablespoon creamy peanutbutter
2 tablespoon minced fresh gingerroot
3 garlic cloves, minced
1 tablespoon sesame oil
4 green onions, chopped
10 Boston lettuce leaves

1. cook turkey in skillet until no longer pink.
2. chop veggies and put in pan.
3. Mix teriyaki sauce, hoisin sauce, peanut butter, gingerroot, garlic, and oil and then put in pan with meat and veggies.
4. Heat through
5. Add onions.
6. EAT with lettuce.

(I didn't add the sesame oil or green onions and I used regular lettuce leaves.) AWESOME. :) Worth it to buy all those ingredients we don't use regularly (hoisin sauce, teriyaki sauce, gingerroot, etc.)

Let me know what you think if you try it.

Oh - and it was enough for us for dinner and we have leftovers. It was more filling than we planned on!