Sunday, September 14, 2008


What to do at night when in Paris with your wife? Well, I'd recommend taking her on foot through the cobblestone streets of the City of Light and enjoying the views on the banks of the Seine.

What to do the next night, at 2 AM when your wife's asleep and you're still fighting that obnoxious jet lag? Well, blog about the night before!

Monday, September 8, 2008

366 days

One year ago, today, a pretty, spunky, and charming woman chose to become the newest Sederberg in the United States of America.

If Sederbergs were a species, we would certainly have protected status here, as there were only 189 Sederbergs in the whole country in 2000, according to the US census.

Trish, thanks for adding one more to the total, one year ago today. We need all the strength we can get!

And yes, just like we had our reception the day before our wedding, I pushed to eat our frozen wedding cake last night, the day before our anniversary. I couldn't wait--I had been looking forward to eating that delicious chocolate stuff for weeks!

@Curtis--I checked, and yes, there are still four Tupperware containers of reception slush in my parents' freezer.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Pennywise choices for school fundraisers

My big sister Rebecca just alerted me that an article she wrote is on the front page of The Dollar Stretcher this month. Her piece is about making wise choices with fundraiser participation so you can support the school and still get value yourself. Bec speaks from experience here, and this is great advice!

On a side note, I just realized that with this post, the "Sederbergs" blog I'm writing with Trish now has more posts than my Interested Mind blog that I started in college, which has more of a professional bent and is now not getting much attention from its author.