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Hitting Bottom: A Girl & Her Glasses

  If I could reclaim all the time that I have spent looking for my reading glasses, I could live to be a hundred.  I even lost them for several minutes while I was writing this blog post.  (Not kidding!) Apparently, I am incapable of keeping track of exactly where they are at any given moment.  Usually they ...

Bunny: Breaking and Entering

  I was a strange child.  I'm perfectly willing to admit that right off the bat.  So it should come as no surprise that Easter weekends always made me very nervous. Yes, Easter is usually a joyful holiday, filled with the smiles and laughter of children.  But those are normal children.  I was pretty much a ...

The Christmas Letter 2011

The idea for this blog began because of the encouraging responses we received from our friends about our annual Christmas Letters. So to keep our tradition alive for everyone, here's a peek into 2011's letter:   In the interest of “equal time”, I thought I’d give poor Dan a rest this Christmas, and tell a ...

For the Person Who Has Everything

Christmas is just around the corner, and this year I finally have the answer to that age old question: “What do you buy for the person who has everything?” A Yonanas machine. (Okay, I just saw your head tilt at an angle at your computer screen...you looked a little like the old RCA dog.) Yes, I said a Yonanas ...

Why Do Guys Text Their Junk?

I’ve had a few thoughts running through my mind lately because of “Weinergate”. (And as an aside...with a name like that, didn’t Representative Weiner spend enough time getting shoved into his high school locker to have learned that his name was embarrassing enough — without him actively contributing to the ...

Procrastination

I’ve been procrastinating on writing a blog post. Obviously. I started to write a couple weeks ago when I dropped an entire pot of cooked macaroni on the kitchen floor. (Five second rule, right? I mean, it was going into the oven in a mac-and-cheese casserole. And baking kills germs, right?) But then I realized that ...