Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski


My parents want to sell the house. This is the house that I grew up in. They hauled all kinds of stuff out of the attic and offered it up to us. I found my old Steve Austin, 6 Million Dollar Man action figure. Wow. I had no idea that I still had it. We had all kinds of odds-n-ends floating about.

We did make out well. In addition to some old toys, we brought home a plant shelf, a rug, some candles, and a few nicknacks.

My sister is moving, and we got offered their old gas grill. Free is well worth the price we paid. So now I can say, "we're cookin' with gas." And this is a good grill, too.

Finally, the X-Prize looks like it's been claimed. Yay. Go team!

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