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When I was just getting to know my future husband, something he did always puzzled me. Occasionally I’d have a cold or a tickle in my throat and cough, and he would always say, “Sorry.” When this first happened, I … Continue reading
An interesting Huffington Post article about New Year’s resolutions got me thinking. I rarely make New Year’s resolutions because, like so many others, I find that resolutions made on any day of the year without serious follow-up are doomed to fail. … Continue reading
A recent radio promotion encouraged listeners to submit reasons why they should be sent on an all-expenses-paid trip “home for the holidays,” and the radio station would then select people based, presumably, on how well they asked. For instance, one … Continue reading
Give a man to fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. Give my husband a soccer ball, and he becomes a little kid again. (Hehe…) Some of … Continue reading
Half-burned matches lying on kitchen counters! You have to read this article: Weird habits developed after living abroad | Matador Network in its entirety, but this was one of the most hilarious images to me. I’ve seen the same thing, … Continue reading
So many times, you never realize how different you are from other people until the difference smacks you in the face. Or in this case, smacks you on your phone bill. My childhood family always celebrates birthdays with Hallmark or … Continue reading
Not sure how or why this happens, but my husband and I seem to be bucking trends lately. At a time when the housing market sinks to new lows (this MSN article cheerily concludes the slump is far worse than … Continue reading
I’m preparing to travel to Chile soon, so please forgive me if I neglect this blog in the next few weeks. When I return, though, I hope I’ll have lots of stories to tell! It’s my first trip to South … Continue reading