Time for an upgrade?

Twenty years. That's how long it's been since I graduated from college. My reunion was this past weekend, and I decided to skip all the formal stuff and attend the free, kid-friendly Fall Fest with my boys. Last year we went with my sister (graduate school, class of '08) but she had a race this... Continue Reading →

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Then and now

My high school reunion is this weekend. 25 years. A quarter of a century. A long, long time ago in a place right around the corner from where I now live. (Apparently you CAN go home again.) Hubs and I had fun at my 20th. We drank, we mingled, some pranksters switched their senior photo... Continue Reading →

Lessons from the Olympics

Hubs is an Olympics junkie. The past few mornings I've found him camped out on the couch watching curling on the Canadian network, and we've spent the last two nights cheering on the American snowboarders. The women's competition was amazing to watch, and we all celebrated Chloe Kim's incredible run. Although I couldn't help but... Continue Reading →

Traditions

'Tis the time of year for traditions, and our little family of four has several. Some new, some passed down from our childhoods. Hubby brought one back this year and I hope it continues for a long time. His father wrote a letter to each of his children every year and hid it in the... Continue Reading →

Thirty days of thanks

In the beginning of November, I came up with a plan: To write and deliver one note for each day of the month, thanking someone who has made a difference in my life. The note must be delivered anonymously (I cannot hand it to them). With a handful of exceptions, the daily recipient will be... Continue Reading →

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