Month: July 2008

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Yearbooks

I’m not sure really how it happened, maybe it was just by chance or just how I was born to...

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Spring Turns into Summer

A Disneyland visit. Is it just me or does this remind you of a High School Musical poster? We could...

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On Blogs

Time off from working has its advantages. For one, I have an increased amount of time for leisure...

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The Light at the End of the Treadmill: Wharf to Wharf 2008

Fridays in middle school were the worst because Fridays were the day we all had to run one mile in...

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Blogging Tip: How to do a strikethrough

Sometimes when blogging, nothing would be more perfect than utilizing a strikethrough through...

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A Wedding Lesson: Part Two

In high school, there were the kids who did and the kids who didn’t. I was somewhere in...

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When shady is spelled with a capital S.

I have strong gut feelings about a lot of things a lot of the time. And usually my gut is right....

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A Wedding Lesson: Part One

You’ve heard it before that people can be separated into two distinct groups by one thing or...

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Saturday night

It’s a common belief that women love to dress up and love anything necessitating dressing up....

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A bachelorette cruise holds many lessons.

As we made our way off our Royal Caribbean cruise ship, I vouched two things: 1) to never listen to...

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