My parents were both Minneapolis-based, so they took me to Minneapolis-St. Paul every summer.
It was the best summer ever, with a few of the nicest people.
But it was also the worst.
When the Twin City was so full of kids, my mom was so sad when the ice cream was cold, she would ask me if it was cold.
I would say, “Yes.”
But she would have to walk outside to get ice cream, which made the ice so bad.
We had no ice cream.
My mom used to yell at me, “Get some ice cream!
Get some ice creams!”
Then she would give me my ice cream and ask me to take a picture of it.
And I would be like, “What the fuck?
Are you mad at me for getting ice cream?”
She would say “No, I am not mad at you!”
And then I would start to cry and cry and then she would say: “That’s OK.
I’m glad you’re getting some ice.
You don’t need to be sad.”
Then she’d give me some more ice and say, I’m going to get some ice.
“That was the worst summer.
My dad would take me to the movies.
He would go to see a movie with my older brother, then we’d get to the theater.
But we’d go to the movie theater because it was the closest thing to the Twin Lakes.
My brothers and I would sit on the floor in the corner of the movie, and my dad would sit at the back of the theater and talk to the kids.
We would talk about life.
My brother would talk to my mom.
And we would talk.
I used to listen to them talk about their lives and their friends and their dreams.
My sister would talk with my mom, and she would listen to my brothers and me.
My parents would have lunch together and they would talk for hours about the world.
My father would go out to dinner with my brother and sister, and I was a kid when they came over to our house.
It would be a huge meal with everything from fish and chips to steak and chips.
My cousins and I used a lot of the same food we grew up on.
I was the only one who didn’t like fish and chip because my mom would always make me throw out my fish and I hated it.
My siblings were all pretty good about their fish and didn’t mind me eating it.
But I was not like that.
I liked the food.
I loved fish.
My mother was very good at cooking.
I never had the opportunity to cook, so I learned everything I could from her.
My family is from Minnesota.
My grandmother was from Minnesota, so my family is very much Minnesotan.
My grandparents were from St. Cloud, so we have a lot in common.
My great-grandparents were from Minnesota; my great-uncle was from Milwaukee.
My aunt and uncle are from Chicago.
My uncle and aunt are from Sturgis, Minnesota.
And my brother is from Minneapolis.
My whole family is Minnesoteans.
I think that’s why we have such a strong connection to the Minnesota community.
We were raised by two brothers and sisters, so our whole family was Minnesonite.
But my family and my brother’s family and mine are very much Minnesota-raised.
That’s why our kids are so proud of our Minnesota roots.
They are really proud of it, and that’s what makes us who we are.
We just like our Minnesota food and our Minnesota culture.
I grew up in Minneapolis.
I love the Twin States.
It’s the best place to live.
It has a great arts scene.
It really has the best music scene in the world, and it’s really the only place that you can have a great night out in the city.
It is so unique.
My favorite part about Minneapolis is that it has so much music, so many great bands, and you can be anywhere and have a good time.
It feels like a family town, and everybody has their own personality and their own little story to tell.
I like going to music festivals and seeing all the bands that are going to be in Minneapolis next year.
That is what makes Minneapolis such a special place.
I went to the North Face Festival at the Omni in June and was really blown away.
It took place in the North Field.
There were about 15,000 people there, and people just kept going to it.
It had everything: the bands, the food, the merchandise, the art, the people.
The festival was the biggest I’ve ever been to.
There was so much going on.
We came out to a performance of the Broadway musical Hamilton by Michael Scott.
There are people that live in Minneapolis that have never seen a Broadway show before.
I’ve been to so many shows.
And it’s so amazing how