Tara Anderson

Tara Anderson


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11 years ago @ Little Green Bow | Cra... - July challenge check-in · 0 replies · +1 points

I totally agree with you that telling people you're not drinking is harder than actually not drinking. When you're pregnant, you have an excuse. But if you're not pregnant AND not drinking, folks think you're a. really pregnant but not telling anyone yet or b. a recovering alcoholic.

(I'm also with you on the Bitter Bar. They have the most delicious, and beautiful, mocktails in town!)

12 years ago @ Megan Leigh Sweeney - What I did before I wa... · 1 reply · +1 points

Love this. As will your son. Thanks for sharing!

13 years ago @ Megan Leigh Sweeney - Surprise! · 1 reply · +1 points

Cutest video ever! Many congratulations and all the best in your pregnancy journey. I'm available if you have any questions...while things are still fresh in my mind. ;)

13 years ago @ Megan Leigh Sweeney - Deanna & Brett Sneak P... · 1 reply · +1 points

So beautiful!

Although it's killing me to watch this while the snow refuses to melt in Boulder...

13 years ago @ doniree.com - Secrets, Stumptown, an... · 1 reply · +1 points

Love that city (especially your soon-to-be new neighborhood!) and can't wait to hear about all the new NW adventures! Good stuff!

13 years ago @ doniree.com - Winnebagos, Catfish, a... · 1 reply · +1 points

First of all, how did we miss each other at FLIC? I loved Winnebago Man and couldn't stop laughing while watching that one.

Secondly, maybe it's just because I'm pregnant, but I watched a documentary about babies last night. It has the obvious title of "Babies" and can be found on Netflix Instant. It was really good at showing the similarities of babies all over the world and if nothing else, will make your ovaries explode. Or, on the other hand, it might make for a very effective form of birth control. Either way, highly enjoyable.

14 years ago @ Jacqueline Malan :: Ta... - Crispy Chips · 0 replies · +1 points

They're super easy. Simply tear up the kale into chip-size pieces and put them on a baking sheet. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt. Toss them a bit and then fifteen minutes at 350 degrees. Delicious!

Adam successfully grew his first cucumber. That's apparently big news as they are very difficult to grow in Colorado. It's currently pickling. ;)

14 years ago @ Jacqueline Malan :: Ta... - Crispy Chips · 2 replies · +1 points

Adam and I have been obsessed with making kale & mustard green chips. They're super easy to make and we've convinced ourselves that they're a *touch* healthier than potato chips. Plus, when you have SO MUCH kale from your garden, it's a great way to use those greens up.

14 years ago @ TechStars Blog - Venturing Around · 0 replies · +1 points

We'll miss you!

(But I'm excited to get global CrossFit updates...)

14 years ago @ Jacqueline Malan :: Ta... - Boycotting Snap Peas · 1 reply · +1 points

And we wonder why Americans are so fat? It's all those damn snap peas! Put them down and pick up some french fries already...geez!