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Introducing Captain Awesome and His Wife, Not So

Before we got married, the two of us sat down and had a serious conversation about name changes.  As in, my name change. Which really isn’t fair.  Why does the girl have to do all the work? (And to this … Continue reading

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My First Car

I was pretty proud of my first car.  An 80s something Ford Station wagon.  Complete with backwards facing seats, bench seats in the front that fit 3, and bullet holes… wait, what?  Bullet holes? Ok, fine, they weren’t really bullet … Continue reading

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A Rite of Passage: The 16 Year Old and Her Driver’s License

The day I turned 15 and a ½, I signed up for Driver’s Ed.  My Dad would drop me off after school and I would spend 3 hours learning about the horrors of driving.  The images of totaled cars wrapped … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Our Indian Adventure

Location: IndiaParticipants: 6.  Me.  Keith.  And family.Planner:  My father-in-law, BuzzTour Company: &BeyondTime:  Now!  We are ready to leave for a holiday in India. We are flying out of Chicago at 3 and I promise I am packed. Actually, I’ve been … Continue reading

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My One Word: Choosing the 2013 Word of the Year

Every year, I try to come up with one word that describes what I want to accomplish that year.  The word of the year in 2010 was Active.  We wanted to get out and try new experiences.  Meet friends after … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Dog

I know what you are thinking, two posts about Kizzy in one week.  Doesn’t she have anything else to write about?  Well, this time I need your help. Remember how I’ve told you how Kizzy’s social life is better than … Continue reading

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Walking in the Footsteps of Giants

The city of Dublin is filled with at least 35,000 Americans.  And that’s only the ones that bought official game day tickets from Anthony Travel.  We estimate the number closer to 50,000.  Trust me, the ND fans are everywhere.  So … Continue reading

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