Thank you Spackmans

Somewhere between Christie’s culinary creations, long conversations about German, Hebrew, and Old Icelandic philology with Ben in their sweet Hyde Park apartment, a fascinating visit to the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago, just a few blocks away from their apartment (to view the cork floor in the Reading Room on Ben’s recommendation, in addition to seeing the artifacts in the museum), and fine dining with them at one of Chicago’s premiere molé restaurants, Jordan and I were reminded that it is pretty cool to know the Spackmans.

Thank you Ben and Christie for your hospitality and you especially Christie for indulging us all in the incessant Bloggernacle discussions.

(Sorry this is somewhat belated–I have finally gotten my hands on a computer here in Tokyo.)

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9 Responses to Thank you Spackmans

  1. Anonymous says:

    lucky. 

    Posted by J. Stapley

  2. Anonymous says:

    It was fun.
    Anytime you want to do “company development,” you’re more than welcome ;)
     

    Posted by Ben S.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sounds like it was a lot of fun! :) 

    Posted by danithew

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi there, please, I need your help.

    The bloggerhacks it didn’t work for me. When I clcik the comment botton all og my sidebar will go down.

    If it is ok, can you fix it for me please. This is my test blog. username: raqmitch1 password: compjuice

    I hope you will consider my request.

     

    Posted by Raquel

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi there, please, I need your help.

    The bloggerhacks it didn’t work for me. When I clcik the comment botton all og my sidebar will go down.

    If it is ok, can you fix it for me please. This is my test blog. username: raqmitch1 password: compjuice

    I hope you will consider my request.

     

    Posted by Raquel

  6. Anonymous says:

    Tokyo?!?!? What takes you there? Oooh, it’s been too long since I’ve been back to Japan.

    Is coveting someone’s trip mentioned in the 10C? ;-)
     

    Posted by Chad Too

  7. Anonymous says:

    Raquel,

    I’m sorry, the person who created the Bloggerhacks function has retired from the Bloggernacle and Blogosphere.

    You might have noticed that my blog has the same problem, so you can see that I haven’t been able to fix it. 

    Posted by john fowles

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hi Chad,

    I sure hope that trip-envy doesn’t violate the ten commandments, otherwise I am in big trouble.

    Allison and I went to Japan for the Japanese portion of my brother’s wedding. His wife’s family are not LDS and they had a traditional Japanese event to celebrate the wedding. It was extremely cool. 

    Posted by john fowles

  9. Anonymous says:

    Hi to the Spackmans from a fellow Hyde Parker. I actually have some classmates in your ward but am myself, alas, relegated to the singles branch. I say hello on behalf of Daniel Stewart, for one. 

    Posted by CJ

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