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Scandia Baby

Even thought this is a poor quality picture (a still shot from our video camera), I love the way it has mom, Ken, and Cody all smiling. Cody's had is crooked and cutely sticking out his ears!

This is looking from the kitchen to the dining area at Scandia House of Isle... the day the first residents moved in in December!  It is the sweetest thing, a little old couple that is still married after a lifetime of joys and tears, probably. They are renting out two rooms, connected in the middle with a door. So, one will be their sleeping/bedroom and the other will be their sitting room with windows overlooking the big yard with trees and everything. {Precious}

Mom and Ken opened up the house in Isle in December after gutting an existing home, and adding on a long hallway of bedrooms. And, the hallway is wide enough for wheel-chair races... GO GO GO! They also have Scandia House of Mora. Who knows, maybe they will have Scandia House of Bemidji, someday :) If you know them, you wouldn't be surprised. I mean. They also run Foreston Storage Services, ABIM, and mom continues to Sub in school while being an active member of random things like the Food Shelf and School Board things for Dollars for Scholars. I don't even know what all they do. They are insane, and we love them. GO MOM AND KEN! You're crazy, but great at it!!! I'm thankful your first grandson gets to be a part of the chaos with you :)

LOVE,
Amsies.


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