In my elementary school we didn't have a designated classroom for the art teacher, Miss Tyminski. Instead, she would wheel around a cart laden with tempera paint, construction paper, scissors, glue and so on from one classroom to the next - for me Thursdays were always the day I could count on seeing her. She was very pretty and very mod: dressed a lot like Samantha's…Continue
Added by Andrew McCullough on May 28, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments
It was a joke among us how Tim would be so precise all the time - if Tim was to meet you somewhere it would be at 11:32 AM, not 11:30 or 11:30-ish or Before Noon, no it was 11:32, set your watch. I received a text a few weeks ago from one of our friends: "I'm making a recipe that I think Tim must have created. Directions are to bake at 374 degrees for 38 minutes. What?!?!"
Last summer Tim surprised me with tickets to a concert. He really disliked public events - the event itself…Continue
Added by Andrew McCullough on May 26, 2015 at 9:30am — No Comments
May 23rd, 2014 - Baker Lake, Mount Baker.
Tim was bound and determined to bake me a birthday cake at our campsite despite the leaky bug tent and pouring rain that didn't stop the entire trip. He'd sneaked a box mix of carrot cake and ready-to-smear frosting into the provisions we picked up on our way. With his Coleman camp stove and Coleman camp stove collapsible oven he pulled off the impossible.
Tim always celebrated my birthday with gusto. Sometimes he'd surprise me with…Continue
Added by Andrew McCullough on May 19, 2015 at 11:34am — No Comments
"Daddy" was sorta a joke between us... Tim being 'Daddy' and me being 'Other Daddy'. We appreciated them equally but like most pet owners we liked to assign human traits to them, sorta a joke...
But not really. It's not a joke when you're the one who needs someone to take care of you, when what you need to…Continue
Added by Andrew McCullough on May 18, 2015 at 2:39pm — No Comments
That's my Tim in the photo. This was taken near our house in Seattle during one of our rare snow days. And that's Bailey's with very little coffee in his travel cup.
Tim was rare, illusive, a real life snow man - he never complained about snow, he loved it, and would stay up late into the night to watch it fall, hoping it'd be measured in feet, sometimes (dangerously) waking me to tell me it's "snowing to beat shit!", excited to go out and just be in it. Even cancer couldn't keep…Continue
Added by Andrew McCullough on May 14, 2015 at 3:17pm — No Comments